Caledon, Ontario Houses for Sale
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Caledon, Ontario Overview
One of the most scenic areas close to Toronto, Caledon has a very lucrative location. The spacious lots of the 66,000 person city are ideal for its beautiful homes with more reasonable prices than those closer to Toronto.
The quiet town balances small-town life with urban amenities perfectly, with a distinct love of horses.
Real Estate For Sale in Caledon, Ontario
The average sale price across all detached houses for sale in Caledon was $2.0M in February 2022. This is a 28% increase from February 2021, with an average sale price of $1.6M.
Broken down by the number of bedrooms, 3 bedrooms made a slightly less than average gain, starting at $1.5M and rising to $1.8M for a 21% increase.
4 bedroom detached homes went from $1.7M to $2.1M, a 27% increase, while 5 bedrooms went from $1.7M to $2.5M representing an astounding 47% increase. Lying between the two, 6 bedrooms rose from $2.0M to $2.7M, a 35% increase.
The average price for townhouses went from $920K to $1.2M from February 2021 to February 2022, a 28% increase. This was similar across both 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses as well.
Finally, the price went from $975K to $1.2M for 2 bedrooms for condos, a 24% increase. Other condo sizes were not well represented.
Inventory in Caledon real estate goes fast, the average being a mere 8 days on the market overall in February 2022. The number of new listings in the area has increased 11% year over year, while the number of sold listings has been slowing down 26% this year compared to last.
Living in Caledon, Ontario
Caledon mixes big-city energy with a small-town feel, surrounded by countless acres of natural beauty. It’s known for its excellent hiking trails in its beautiful natural conservation areas, with many areas for hunting and fishing.
There’s easy access to Toronto through the 401, and the city is just north of Brampton. Regularly scheduled GO buses will get to you Brampton quickly, and from there to Toronto. With the expansion of Toronto’s TTC to Vaughan, it’s never been easier to get into the city.
It’s also considered one of the safest areas in Ontario by magazines such as Reader’s Digest and Macleans.
Caledon has a great variety of restaurants, including many great Italian, Fine Dining, Japanese, and Canadian Cuisine. There are also some great cafes in the area. The area specializes in homemade-style cuisines.
There is a thriving arts scene centered at the Alton Mills Arts Centre. It houses a heritage museum, and two theatres have made Caledon their home. There’s also a big art festival held every year in Headwaters.
There’s a golf course, horseback riding with many horse trails in the area, and lots of bike trails for sports. Home to some of the best equestrian schools in Ontario, there’s also the Brampton Flight Centre, which is considered one of the best places in the province to learn to pilot a plane.
While the countryside wilderness is one of Caledon’s great benefits, there’s also the Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness for those looking for some indoor activities.
Caledon Community Highlights
- Easy access to Toronto
- Large conservation areas with hunting and fishing surround the city
- Lots of diverse restaurants to try out
- A thriving art scene centred around the Alton Mills Art Centre
- Famous horseback riding school and right next to a top Flight School
Caledon Area Schools
Caledon has a good selection of excellent schools to choose from. Here are some of the top options.
- St. Cornelius in Caledon East (Grades K-8)
- St. John the Baptist (Grades K-8)
- Caledon East Public School (Grades K-8)
- James Grieve Public School (Grades K-8)
- SouthFields Village PS (Grades K-8)