East Credit real estate guide & listings for sale
Home buyers who prefer a relaxed atmosphere will enjoy East Credit. The noise levels in this part of the city are reasonably low, as the streets are generally calm - although there are still several louder areas, especially around the railway line, Highway 403 or Highway 401. Lastly, it is very easy to access parks in the neighbourhood, since numerous properties for sale have one a short walk away and there are approximately 40 green spaces close by for residents to relax in.
It is convenient to move around by bicycle in East Credit as there are a good number of bike lanes. This area is also a fairly pleasant part of Mississauga for pedestrians; meeting daily needs is easy. Moving around by car is straightforward in East Credit. It is easy to come across a parking spot, and the majority of houses for sale are a reasonably short car ride from the nearest highway, such as Highway 403. However, public transit users may experience limited choices in this area by reason of the low service level. Nevertheless, there are about 20 bus lines, and it is very convenient to find a nearby bus stop from most properties.
The housing stock of East Credit is composed predominantly of single detached homes and townhouses. About half of properties in this part of the city were constructed in the 1990s, while many of the remaining buildings were built in the 1980s and the 2000s. This neighbourhood offers mainly three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Around 85% of the population of this neighbourhood own their home and 15% are renters.
It is easy to access the nearest grocery store on foot from any location in this part of Mississauga. Furthermore, a restaurant is often just around the corner, and property owners are served by a few cafes as well. A decent selection of clothing stores is also available within a rather short walking distance. With respect to education, primary schools are easy to reach on foot from most houses for sale in this neighbourhood. On the other hand, parents may consider it difficult for their children to reach high schools on foot. At the primary level, there are both public and private schools.