Port Credit real estate guide & listings for sale
People who prefer a slower-paced environment will enjoy Port Credit. This neighbourhood is quiet, as noise from streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue - although that is not the case closer to the railway line. Finally, there are around 10 green spaces nearby for residents to unwind in, such as Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens and J.C. Saddington Park, and they are especially well-situated, resulting in them being easy to get to from most locations in the neighbourhood.
Regardless of the means of transportation, it is straightforward to get around in Port Credit. Commuting by public transit is easy in this part of the city owing to Port Credit Station on the Lakeshore West Line, and a few nearby bus lines. Port Credit is also conducive to walking; many daily needs can be met on foot. Moving around by bicycle is easy in Port Credit as there are a large number of bike lanes, and there are few slopes to confront cyclists.
In Port Credit, the majority of dwellings are large apartment buildings, while small apartment buildings, single detached homes, and townhouses are the main alternatives in the housing stock. Around 45% of properties in this part of Mississauga were constructed between 1960 and 1980, while the majority of the remaining buildings were built pre-1960 and in the 2000s. This area offers mainly two bedroom and one bedroom homes. Around two thirds of the population of this neighbourhood rent their home and owners make up the remainder.
Schools and daycares are convenient to reach on foot from most homes for sale in Port Credit. Parents benefit from public and private elementary schools. With regards to eating, it is straightforward to access the nearest supermarket on foot in Port Credit. Moreover, there is often a restaurant or cafe just around the corner, for instance along Lakeshore Road. It is also easy to access a selection of clothing stores on foot.