The Lowdown on Lorne Park

Your Typical Neighbour

An affluent, mature family - or possibly a celebrity; Lorne Park is home to many NHL, and NBA Players (and even stars like Russel Peters).

What We

The houses in Lorne Park are gorgeous, unique, and have curb appeal to die for - taking a drive down any one of the famous tree-lined streets (Mississauga Rd, Indian Rd) is a great way to spend an afternoon.

What We Don't

This neighbourhood is unattainable for many, although there are some more affordable properties on the outskirts of Lorne Park. REALTORS and Sellers commonly “stretch the neighbourhood boundaries” to help add prestige to listings that aren’t technically in Lorne Park.

Property Statistics in Lorne Park

All Properties - Statistics

Q3 2020


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New Listings


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Detached Houses - Statistics

Q3 2020


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

95.8 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Source: TREB Statistics

Lorne Park is like a brand name neighbourhood with high prestige - people moving here are looking to be a part of the community. This neighbourhood isn’t attainable for many, although there are some more affordable pockets of townhouses and semis on the outskirts of the Lorne Park neighbourhood boundary. The majority of sales are comprised of detached houses (almost 85%), many of those being luxury estate properties. Homes are typically on large lots, with high curb appeal, on mature streets covered with overhanging trees - it’s like a small oasis in the city.







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Transit isn’t really a factor for many when considering Lorne Park a place to call home, but for those looking for easy commutability into the city, this area is nestled between Clarkson to the west and Port Credit to the east; both fitted with their own Go Station to take you downtown in about 25 minutes or less.

About Lorne Park

Welcome to Mississauga’s Lorne Park neighbourhood!

Lorne Park is one of Mississauga’s most prestigious and sought after neighbourhoods – a prime and serene South Mississauga location by the lake, top schools, and mature tree-lined streets rife with multi-million dollar homes makes this catchment a show stopper.

Lorne Park is part of the South Mississauga neighbourhoods – south of the QEW along the lake – (Lakeview, Mineola, Port Credit, Clarkson) which all have a high sense of community, which can sometimes give a small town in a big city feel. Lorne Park is known for being a great place to raise a family, with schools and amenities to help your children really excel if they are interested in sports or the arts. Lorne Park is home to several top schools including Whiteoaks PS, Lorne Park PS, and Tecumseh PS.

As there is easy access to both Clarkson and Port Credit, the lack of development along the Lorne Park stretch of Lakeshore is not really a concern – although there are some boutique shops and stores on Lorne Park Rd just north of the train tracks (Battaglias’s Marketplace and Le Delice Pastry shop to name a few).


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