|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$219,000855 = $256/||$265,690719 = $370/||$370,0001160 = $319/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$223,300848 = $263/||$289,558806 = $359/||$398,5001142 = $349/|
|2 BED Condos||$229,5001102 = $208/||$333,3081003 = $332/||$439,1661195 = $367/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$249,0001131 = $220/||$340,0661167 = $291/||$444,4751139 = $390/|
|3 BED Condos||$251,183948 = $265/||$327,0471274 = $257/||$437,6001446 = $302/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$309,9001355 = $229/||$348,4751318 = $264/||$370,0001235 = $299/|
Mississauga Valleys is not a valley in the traditional geographic sense, even though a natural waterway does run through the area and striking condo towers do create a vista of peaks. Rather, the “Valley” is an urban centre next door to Mississauga City Centre, offering a touch more greenery and a quieter community vibe. The Toronto condos for sale in Mississauga Valleys are concentrated around the intersection of Hurontario Street and Central Parkway East.
At the heart of the neighbourhood is the Mississauga Valley Community Centre, a place where residents can find recreation programs and activities such as swimming classes as well as a range of services and community outlets like the Mississauga Valley Library. Square One Shopping Centre offers a local commercial destination for residents, while a selection of community parks and outdoor spaces help ensure an active lifestyle.
Several local bus routes service the Mississauga Valleys, as well as a connection to the Cooksville GO Train station for commuters who need to commute into downtown Toronto for work. Drivers will find Burnhamthorpe Road a convenient east-west thoroughfare, while Highway 403 provides smooth routes north to the 401 or south to the QEW.