Sheridan real estate guide & listings for sale
The character of Sheridan is exemplified by its slower-paced ambience. It is easy to access parks from most locations in the neighbourhood, since numerous homes for sale have one a short walk away and there are approximately 20 parks close by for residents to visit. This neighbourhood is reasonably quiet overall, as noise from streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue - however some parts can be quite noisy, especially around Queen Elizabeth Way.
Getting around by car is very convenient in Sheridan. It is especially convenient to find a place to park, and nearby highways, such as Queen Elizabeth Way, are quite easy to access from anywhere in this area. However, getting around by public transit is challenging in Sheridan. Thankfully, the neighbourhood is connected by a few bus lines, and bus stops are generally a short walk away. Although a few bike-friendly pockets can be found, Sheridan is not especially amenable to cycling because the cycling network is sometimes poor, and there is a significant amount of hills. This neighbourhood is also not very suitable for walking as running daily errands is difficult.
In Sheridan, most dwellings are single detached homes, while the rest are mainly large apartment buildings and townhouses. A majority of the housing growth in this part of Mississauga took place between 1960 and 1980. This part of the city is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy roughly 70% of the dwellings in Sheridan while the rest are rented.
A fraction of house buyers in this part of the city may have the option to shop for groceries on foot, while others will have to rely on a vehicle. There are also a few opportunities for those who appreciate restaurants and cafes within walking distance. As far as education is concerned, families will welcome that no matter where their home is situated in this part of Mississauga, both primary and secondary schools are close by. Parents can choose between public and private elementary schools. In contrast, parents and their schoolchildren may find it very hard to access daycares as a pedestrian.