While Caledon may be small, with approximately 77,784 residents, the town is experiencing steady growth and a growing level of industry. Close to the city, yet with its own rural charm, this is a highly-desirable location for many.
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The Local Market
Caledon real estate is mostly comprised of single-family units that accommodate the larger number of families who call the area home. Overall, it’s a growing market with properties that offer ample room for growing families.
However, the area is also growing with a smattering of developments. Places like Strawberry Fields, exemplify master-planned communities which are adding more life – and more opportunity – the Caledon region.
Things To Do
People flock to Caledon for the sheer amount of outdoor activities that are on offer. Due to being located so close to the Niagara Escarpment, this area is filled with beautiful scenic opportunities.
You can start by visiting any one of the area’s 65 parks, or you can hike, ride, run, or trek the network of trails spanning hundreds of kilometres in the region known as the Headwaters.
On top of that, there’s also the Headwaters Golf Trail, seasonal festivals, and the surrounding towns of Inglewood, Bolton, Cheltenham, and more – rural Caledon is a great place to retire, raise a family, or to relax.
Caledon NeighbourhoodsThe areas of Caledon are diverse, beautiful, and perfect for buyers of all kinds – here are some of our favourites:
From the welcoming entrance to the spacious streets, well-kept homes, and manicured green-spaces, you’ll feel right at home in the Village of Southfields’ master-planned community. With the Etobicoke Creek and Humber River surrounding the village, it’s easy to see what gives this newly planned village it’s old-world charm.