|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$230,000634 = $363/||$274,975779 = $353/||$334,9001074 = $312/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$600,0001415 = $424/||$600,0001415 = $424/||$600,0001415 = $424/|
|2 BED Condos||$266,000925 = $287/||$403,8801257 = $321/||$675,0002507 = $269/|
|3 BED Condos||$335,0001279 = $262/||$416,1251409 = $295/||$525,0001279 = $410/|
One of Mississauga’s most popular neighbourhoods, Applewood is a residential community of tree-lined streets that branch off from Bloor Street to Dundas Street in the south and Burnhamthorpe Road in the north. For anyone on the search for condos for sale in Mississauga, Applewood offers a range of mid to high-rise buildings and townhouse properties.
Condo living in the area is similar to Etobicoke neighbourhoods, as there is a lot of accessible green space with a branch of Etobicoke Creek tracing through the center of Applewood. For local shopping and dining, Dundas Street at Dixie Road is one area to check out, as well as Square One Shopping Centre. Fans of buying in bulk will be happy to find a Costco Club, plus a Walmart Supercentre for affordable shopping. For entertainment and recreation, an evening spent bowling at Brunswick Zone Mississauga Lanes is a fun choice or an afternoon swim at Applewood Heights Pool. And you’ll have to check out the historic Applewood Shaver House for public concert events, self-guided tours through the old 19th-century rooms, and for private weddings.
Applewood is serviced with local bus routes, but overall it's more of a car-friendly area. For smooth drives into the city, the Queen Elizabeth Way is accessible via Dixie Road south, as well as the Dixie GO Station for commuters.