Caledon real estate guide & listings for sale
Most areas in Caledon are quiet, as noise from the streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue. Public green spaces are spread out sporadically, resulting in them being rather difficult to get to from the majority of locations within this town. Despite that, there are over 50 parks close by for residents to explore, such as Summer Valley.
The preferred approach to move around in Caledon is usually a car. Parking is generally easy. Even though some bike-friendly sectors exist, the bicycle is a rather limited method of transportation in this town as there is a considerable amount of hills, and there are few bike lanes. This town is also not very conducive to walking because running common errands is very difficult on foot.
The predominant housing types in Caledon are single detached homes and townhouses. This part of the Toronto metropolitan area offers mainly three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Nearly 90% of the population of this town own their home and 10% are renters. This town did not experience a single construction boom; the construction of new buildings in Caledon was spread throughout several decades in recent history.
House buyers in Caledon almost always have to turn to a car to travel to one of approximately 30 grocery stores. Regarding education, it can be very hard to walk to high schools and primary schools from houses for sale in Caledon. Furthermore, families may find it very difficult to get to daycares on foot. Parents can choose between public and private schools at both the elementary and secondary school level.