The Lowdown on Dixie

Your Typical Neighbour

The population in this area tends to be a bit of an older demographic, which makes sense when we look at the housing stock - smaller and single level homes are the norm here.

Proximity to Toronto is a definite plus, with access to the core via its own Go Train.

What We

Proximity to Toronto is a definite plus, with access to the core via its own Go Train.

What We Don't

This neighbourhood is mostly industrial and commercial developments, so it lacks any real residential area or character.

Property Statistics in Dixie

Detached Houses - Statistics

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There aren’t many homes that come up for sale in Dixie, Mississauga, so if it’s of particular interest you may be waiting a while. The homes here are decently priced considering their proximity to Toronto and offer some decent value for your money. Most were built in the 1960s, and largely features detached and semi-detached homes.

BUT if you’re looking for an ultra affordable GTA property then maybe you’ve found your next neighbourhood as Dixie features one of the west GTAs only trailer parks. Routinely sold on the MLS, you can find a two bedroom trailer with a land lease for anywhere between $50,000-$100,000. A new condo alternative? You be the judge!







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About Dixie

The neighbourhood of Dixie is a south-east Mississauga community bordering on Toronto. There aren’t many homes available in this area as it’s mostly commercial and industrial properties with a small pocket of residential just east of Dixie Road (towards Toronto).

That said, Dixie does feature one of the area’s only Go Train Lines (Dixie Go Station, running on the Milton Line to Union Station) and has Miway transit throughout the main corridors. It’s close to a ton of restaurants and shops along Dundas, and is a stone’s throw from the Dixie Outlet Mall (located in Lakeview). Overall, if you can find a property here (there are only a small handful of sales each year) you may be pleasantly surprised at what this neighbourhood has to offer.


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