The Lowdown on Cooksville

Your Typical Neighbour

Demographic profiles and backgrounds are diverse in this neighbourhood and range from your more mature family living in the stately Gordon Woods area of Cooksville, to your younger and larger families living closer to the neighbourhood core.

What We

This diverse neighbourhood is far from suburbia and has a real cosmopolitan type feel.

What We Don't

The stretch along Hurontario at Dundas has a ways to go in terms of development, and at times can still feel gritty.

Property Statistics in Cooksville

All Properties - Statistics

Q3 2020

$0

Average Price

3

New Listings

1

Properties Sold

0

Average Days on Market

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$ Volume of Sales

Detached Houses - Statistics

Q3 2020

$1,451,337

Average Price

82

New Listings

46

Properties Sold

19

Average Days on Market

97.4 %

% of Asking Price

$66,761,500

$ Volume of Sales

Condos - Statistics

Q3 2020

$457,006

Average Price

126

New Listings

50

Properties Sold

15

Average Days on Market

99.8 %

% of Asking Price

$22,850,288

$ Volume of Sales

Source: TREB Statistics

There is a vast divide in the Cooksville neighbourhood between the types of housing available - closer to the core of Cooksville (Dundas and Hurontario, or as the locals call it: 5&10) there are concentrations of very affordable family-sized condo developments. Getting a 2-3 bedroom condo of large square footage in this area is attainable for a lot of families and account for almost half of all sales. The more affordable freehold areas are those of Paisley and Clayhill, with larger custom and executive style homes available in the Gordon Woods part of Cooksville.

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About Cooksville

Geographically the Cooksville neighbourhood is ideal.  Just around the corner from the Square One Shopping Centre, home to one of Mississauga’s biggest hospitals (Trillium Health Centre), a stone’s throw from the 403 and bordering on the QEW with its own highly serviced Go Train Line (Cooksville Go Station). A short drive (or bus ride) to Port Credit means access to some of the city’s most unique restaurants, nightlife, and community events. Schools in the area are good, and as the communities continue to grow and gentrify we could continue to see an upward trend in the scoring.

The community itself is highly diverse and is home to many ethnic shops and restaurants – and don’t kid yourself, there is some incredible authentic ethnic food to be had in the area. Check out Freddy’s Kitchen for some Jamaican cuisine, Las Delicias to hit your Columbian craving or Border MX if you’re feeling like some Mexican carnitas would fix you up!

All this to say that there is an incredible opportunity in this neighbourhood – and with the Hurontario LRT planned for completion in 2022, it makes sense that we will continue to see significant growth in the area.


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