Looking for a safe community and a healthy environment to raise your kids then you should definitely consider Caledon. The town of Caledon has taken the place of the greenest residential region in Ontario. Here you will get that cozy small town feel yet you are not too far away from bigger urban centers such as Brampton, Mississauga, and even downtown Toronto.
The town of Caledon is 15 minutes north of Brampton and 15 minutes south of Orangeville. It has been labeled as one of the cleanest and safest places to live in, in Ontario. This town has a lot to offer especially from a nature perspective. There is definitely a lot to do if you are an outdoors person; Caledon is home to the Niagara Escarpment, the Oak Ridges Moraine, the Bruce Trail and the Badlands. Here the activities are endless and your imagination is the only thing that is stopping you. On your leisure time you can go hiking, golfing, horse riding, golfing, cycling, and the list goes on, and what is best of all is that all these activities are minutes away. From a real estate perspective Caledon offers what other regions nearby cannot. Families and retirees will most benefit from such features such as; spacious homes, oversized yards, quiet streets, and many sport facilities such as the town operated swimming pool. Caledon offers a varied housing stock such as; detached homes, semi-detached homes, townhouses, and apartments. The most abundant form of housing is the individual detached home. The median prices are as follows: detached homes sell for $575,000.00, semi-detached are a bit cheaper at $385,000.00, and the condominium townhouses go for $309,000.00. The future looks bright for Caledon and those who are thinking about buying in this location can only benefit in a few years from now.
Many see Caledon as Canada’s most desirable location for the future of business centers. Furthermore, industrial growth is already evident across all sectors in Caledon. This type of business activity will act as a catalyst to the already growing population. It is expected that over the next 30 years the population of Caledon will reach 500,000 which will surely impact the land prices. Moreover, this region will become more attractive with the infrastructure plans for a new highway and the expansion of Metrolinx across the Great Toronto Area.