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Best Semi-Detached Homes in Mississauga

Here are your Top 5 affordable and best Semi-Detached homes in Mississauga by neighbourhood! The criteria for this list consists of statistics based on a maximum sale price of $750,000 in neighbourhoods recommended by GTA West Living.

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You can also check out the Top 5 Detached Neighbourhoods in Mississauga. 

1. CLARKSON

Median Sale Price: $660K

Typical Home: Bungalow or Split, 3 beds, 2 baths, no garage, ~40-60 y/o

Days on Market: ~12

Availability: Medium

The Scoop

Do you want to be south of the QEW to take advantage of the Lakeshore GO line, Port Credit and access to places like Oakville and Burlington? Then your best bet is to look at Clarkson.

If your budget is restricted to $700K or below, you will have some options in Clarkson, but you may have to make some sacrifices – namely, a garage. 

The area of Clarkson has a strong community and lies in an absolutely fabulous spot in Mississauga. There are tons of great parks and trails within a short drive and the Lake is a few minutes away. For the commuter, Clarkson GO provides downtown service on the Lakeshore line and neighbouring Oakville is only minutes away.

As for the question of schools, how does Clarkson fair? There are pockets that will actually get you into the Lorne Park school zone. Contact me at info@gtawestliving.com and I’ll let you know which area to aim for. 

Interested in learning more about Clarkson?

Check out the full Clarkson Neighbourhood Profile to learn more about real estate prices, school rankings and community information.

2. MEADOWVALE

Median Sale Price: $660K

Typical Home: 2-storey, 3 beds, 2 baths, finished bsmt, ~30 y/o

Days on Market: ~12

Availability: High

The Scoop

Meadowvale is 4/4 on my list of most affordable categories. You can get in at a very good price around the $660K mark which will give you a pretty well maintained and upgraded home in the 1200-1500 sq.ft range with at least 3 beds, 2 baths, a finished basement and a small-sized backyard.

Communters love this area if they work in Mississauga or downtown with access to the Meadowvale GO station. Families love Meadowvale because it boasts solid schools, great parks, trails, and amenities including the Meadowvale Town Centre and Meadowvale Community Centre.

Interested in learning more about Meadowvale?

Check out the full Meadowvale Neighbourhood Profile to learn more about real estate prices, school rankings and community information.

3. LISGAR

Median Sale Price: $685K

Typical Home: 2-storey, 3 Beds, 3 Baths, finished bsmt, ~15-25 y/o

Days on Market: ~12

Availability: High

The Scoop

Lisgar has very quickly become one of Mississauga’s hottest neighbourhoods. Lying just to the west of Meadowvale, the semis tend to be more attractive because of their relative youth, but also come at a slightly higher price.

Realistically, for the modern buyer, you’re looking at homes $675K+ which will give you a well maintained 3 bed, 3 bath and a finished basement with around 1200-1500 sq.ft.

First timers have flocked here because of the relative youth and affordability of Lisgar. Buyers here will have to be very focused on the home search if they want to gain affordable entry to one of Mississauga’s most desirable young neighbourhoods.

As for the schools, Lisgar is pretty much at the Mississauga average. Overall, Mississauga schools perform well, so to be at the average is still no reason to shy away from the neighbourhood especially with its relative affordability. I think the schools here will continue to improve with the influx of young professionals and their families.

Interested in learning more about Lisgar?

Check out the full Lisgar Neighbourhood Profile to learn more about real estate prices, school rankings and community information.

4. ERINDALE

Median Sale Price: $715K

Typical Home: Mix 2-storey/bungalow, 3 beds, 2 baths, ~30-50 y/o

Days on Market: ~12

Availability: Medium-Low

The Scoop

Erindale is located just southwest of the City Centre and east of Erin Mills. It’s probably best-known for being home to the University of Toronto-Mississauga campus. Erindale has a mix of types of home available ranging from 2-storey to bungalows to backsplits. They’re all a bit older, generally around 35-50 years old. You can really tell from the facade of the house as it’s similar to the types you’d find in south Mississauga or in Etobicoke (or generally anything built from the 60s/70s).

The typical home has an open layout, but is a tad on the small size for a semi-detached. However, yard space is usually pretty generous given the tendency for larger lots on older homes. You do normally have to give up any hope of a garage, which usually makes a lot of buyers shy away, but there are some available so don’t lose all hope (just don’t expect one).

Homes here tend to be pretty well maintained by their older owners, but of course the more affordable ones will need a bit of updating from the likely 1970s interior (have to love those parquet floors and bright pink carpets now, right?). Generally though, the homes are in pretty good shape and someone willing to take on a bit of handywork can score a pretty good deal here around $700K.

School wise, it lies at pretty much the Mississauga average. There are some pockets to avoid and some pockets you can capitalize on, but let’s cross that bridge if you’re ready to shortlist Erindale.

Interested in learning more about Erindale?

Check out the full Erindale Neighbourhood Profile to learn more about real estate prices, school rankings and community information.

5. EAST CREDIT

Median Sale Price: >$740K

Typical Home: 2-storey, 3 beds, 3 baths, finished bsmt, ~20-30 y/o

Days on Market: ~17

Availability: High

The Scoop

East Credit is located in north central Mississauga. Its most well-known for being near the Heartland Town Centre and Braeben Golf Course.

East Credit is one of Mississauga’s younger neighbourhoods. For those looking for homes under 30 years old, traditional 2-storey semi-detached homes are the norm here. The “great room” concept of the late 90s is mostly found here so for those who prefer an open concept, these homes will work for you.

The homes are also generally in the 1500-1800sq.ft range and a bit more updated much like their northwest neighbour Lisgar.

Life in East Credit is very convenient for everyone. With the Heartland Shopping Centre you have every retail and big box store imaginable at your doorstep. Easy commuting, and a great community centre make East Credit a very attractive option for everyone.

Interested in learning more about East Credit?

Check out the full East Credit Neighbourhood Profile to learn more about real estate prices, school rankings and community information.

Mike Santos

I’m Mike. I created this website. I'm a real estate sales representative, but I’m a consumer behaviourist at heart. I like to understand what makes people tick and find out what’s really important to them. I value honesty and integrity over everything. I’m fiercely competitive and loyal and view myself more as a consultant than salesperson. In my free time I’m a registered sportsaholic and TV junkie.

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