Caledon real estate guide & listings for sale
Caledon is reasonably quiet overall, as noise from streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue. Numerous locations in the town have fairly good access to parks, including Summer Valley, since they are distributed sporadically. Still, there are over 50 public green spaces close by for residents to visit.
Driving is very often the best method of transportation in Caledon. It is very easy to come across a place to park. It is difficult to travel by bike in Caledon as Caledon has a rather limited bicycling infrastructure, and there are quite a few slopes. Nevertheless, some bike-friendly sectors exist. It is also very impractical for pedestrians to move around in Caledon since almost no daily needs can be met by walking.
Caledon did not experience a single construction boom; the construction of new dwellings in this town was spread throughout multiple decades in the twentieth and twenty-first century. The substantial proportion of single detached homes in the housing stock of this town is an important part of its character. Homeowners occupy nearly 90% of the properties in Caledon while the remainder are rented. This part of the Greater Toronto metropolitan area is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes.
There are only a very small number of high schools and primary schools in Caledon and therefore they can be a very long walk away. Along with public schools, there are private elementary and secondary schools. Likewise, there are only a very small number of daycares and accordingly they can be a very long walk away. When it comes to eating, property owners in Caledon generally have to use a vehicle to travel to one of around 40 supermarkets.