The Lowdown on Erindale

Your Typical Neighbour

As with many of the more southern Mississauga neighbourhoods, Erindale has a wide range of demographic profiles that inhabit it depending on your location. Closer to The Credit Woodlands area your neighbor will likely be a wealthy family living in a multi million dollar house, but the surrounding classic 1960’s/1970’s bungalows and splits are home to a more mature demographic (ie. families with older children and grandparents who have lived in the area for some time). 

What We

Erindale Go Station makes for easy commuting to downtown, tons of beautiful parks and trails, and a wide array of property types to choose from.

What We Don't

There aren’t many shops/restaurants within the community so you would typically need to travel to a different neighbourhood for errands.

Property Statistics in Erindale

Detached Houses - Statistics

Q3 2020


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

100.2 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Condos - Statistics

Q3 2020


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

101.0 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Source: TREB Statistics

There are a wide array of homes available in Erindale: everything from the multi-million dollar estate home to the more budget-conscious properties just north of Dundas and even some entry-level condos and condo townhouses closer to The University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus located in the neighbouring community of Erin Mills.

Some people moving to this neighbourhood are looking for affordability when you are considering the condos and condo townhouses around The Credit Woodlands - you can get a very large family-sized condo for much less than the average price for a similar property in other neighbourhoods in Mississauga. That said, some of these buildings require a little more than a facelift, so it’s important to consider all aspects of the property before jumping in. 

The average home in the neighbourhood is similar to what you will find in other southern Mississauga areas: 1960’s/1970’s bungalows, splits, and two-storey detached and semi-detached properties at a reasonable price point. Many of these homes have converted their basements into rental suites (some to capitalize on the closeness of UofTM and the need for student rentals), so there are opportunities for investment in the area as well if that is what you are looking for.

Lastly, we have the luxury homes located close to The Credit River, Credit Woodlands, and golf course. These homes are surrounded by lush trees, are on quiet streets, and provide a real sense of curb appeal.







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The Erindale Go Station is another great amenity to the neighbourhood - running on the Milton Line to Union Station downtown Toronto. The Milton Go Line is not the most direct or fastest route into the city, but does beat sitting in that GTA traffic on your way to and from work if your place of business is in Toronto.

About Erindale

Welcome to Mississauga’s Erindale neighbourhood!

Even though there is a lack of shopping in Erindale, it still has plenty of activities available to its residents in the form of parks, community centres and even a private golf course.

A nature lovers dream in the city; Erindale is known for its picturesque green space and trails and is home to two of Mississauga’s best parks: Erindale Park and Riverwood Park.

Erindale Park is a 222-acre park rife with picnic areas, green space, grills, trails, toboggan space and more which is a great amenity for the area. The lesser known Rivverwood Park is a hidden neighbourhood gem: an urban oasis rife with wetlands, creeks, ravines, trails, wildlife and bordered by the Credit River on the west side. The park is also home to the Riverwood Conservancy which encapsulates some incredible heritage structures: 1919 Chappell House, MacEwan Field Station, MacEwan Barn and the new MacEwan Perrenial Garden that was added in 2012 (where over 160 different bird species have been identified). 



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