Located on the southern tip of Mississauga, bordering Lake Ontario and Oakville, the neighborhood of Clarkson is home to the city’s heritage. The community offers a rich presence of culture, great schools, activities and shopping. Housing choices here are diverse and plenty. With entry level affordable condos, to town homes and million dollar waterfront mansions, there is a home here for everyone.
The Clarkson area was one of the first established in the region, which gives it an extraordinary historic charm. The area was named after Warren Clarkson, who arrived in here in 1808. He operated the general store and post office for many years. If you admire early architecture, then you’ll love Clarkson’s 1819 home, which still stands on Clarkson Road, along with the community's other older houses including the 1830 Bradley House, the 1839 Anchorage, and the 1857 Benares which are all open to the public.
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The Clarkson community has a lot to offer its residents. Parents can rest at ease because there are twelve elementary schools and two secondary schools in the area. As education progresses, Humber College and University of Toronto – Mississauga are both a short commute away. There are two libraries, and a wonderful community center offering excellent fitness facilities. Shopping lovers shouldn’t panic, because although Clarkson is considered more of a residential area, there is a shopping district along Lakeshore Road, and the Sheridan Place Mall and Oakville Entertainment Centrum are just north, and quite easily accessible. If you’re looking for recreation, than Clarkson has a lot to offer! The community is situated along the Waterfront Trail system, which runs for 325 kilometres along the shore of Lake Ontario. It’s a great place for walkers, runners, cyclists and in-line skaters – and anyone looking to take advantage of the great outdoors. Nature lovers can enjoy the Rattray Marsh Conservation Area and Jack Darling Park, or just a day out at Cawthra Park, which has swimming, skating and a running track. To make the most of the good weather, there are also two golf courses in the community.
If you are looking to move into the area, there are many Clarkson condos that you can choose from. Location and transit are always key when you’re looking into a neighborhood and Clarkson has both. Having Lake Ontario’s beautiful shoreline is a great advantage, but as an added bonus, there is the Clarkson Go Station, which connects you to the rest of the GTA. Close enough to commute, and with great access to the QEW, getting anywhere from your home in Clarkson is going to be easy.
For those looking to start their lives in a well established neighborhood, next to a waterfront, lovely parks and great schools, there are many Clarkson condos that have everything you would need.