Many people do not realize that you can live more closely with nature and still be part of Canada's Business & Entertainment Capital.
Let me share with you the beauty and wonder of living in this part of the GTA!
Many of my home sellers have raised their children and are ready to downsize. They are looking forward to seeing a new family take over the stewardship of their beloved home & raise their children in a safe, friendly environment where they can play hockey on the front street or walk by themselves (!) to their friend's house.
What is really tells the story, however, are the number of people that buy a home to get into Caledon and then move within the same neighbourhood as their needs or budgets allow.
Take your time to wander through my website.
Of course you'll find homes for sale & real estate tips, but you will also find information on the unique personality of each community within Caledon and Cool Things to Do each month in our Community of Communities.
Please give me call or send me an email if I can help you buy or sell a home in Caledon.
Caledon East is Caledon's largest centre outside of Bolton. It is also where you will find the Caledon Town Hall. Caledon East is about 10 minutes north of Brampton along Airport Road.
Caledon East is one of the three communities slated to get much of the growth in Caledon over the next 20 years. Consequently, you will find that it is a very well-serviced, vibrant centre. The main streets in Caledon East are lined with the expected variety of stores, including a grocery store, butcher, pharmacy, liquor store, hair & beauty salons etc. Caledon East is also home to many unexpected shops including: an automotive shop, an art gallery, a dog-grooming shop and many, many more. Eating in Caledon East almost seems to be an obsession when you look at the number of restaurants, specialty food stores and caterers who also offer take-home frozen gourmet dinners. It is the perfect area for the busy person who still enjoys good food or likes to entertain!
September 10: AIRPORT DAYat Brampton Flight Centre. Do you have an aviation enthusiast in the family or someone who enjoys old war stories? The Brampton Flight Centre along with the Great War Flying Museum has a fun-filled day planned for the whole family. BBQ, music, face-painting and more. www.BramptonFlightCentre.com
September 13: PEEL ENVIRONMENTAL FARM TOUR: A bus tour of local farms to view interesting environmental projects and learn how they are improving farm business operations. Locally sourced lunch included. For more info and to register visit www.CreditValleyca.ca/events or call 1-888-872-2344 ext. 5349
September 15 - October 9: HEADWATERS ART FESTIVAL. Come out to celebrate the festival’s 20th Anniversary! The festival runs for 3 weeks with opening night celebration at the Alton Mill on September 15th at the Alton Mill. For more info on events, visit: www.HeadwaterArts.com
September 16: TOUR de HEADWATERS: This event is dedicated in memory of community member and avid cyclist Paula Coats. Cycle through the picturesque Hills of Headwaters to support Headwaters Health Care Centre. For more info or to register visit www.hhcfoundation.com or contact Nicole Hand at 519-941-2702 ext. 2303
September 19: STEM Village Clubat Inglewood Public Library: For Science Enthusiasts ages 6-12. Come out and try an awesome science experiment by building a catapult and test its launching ability or design a 3D print project. For more info visit www.caledon.library.on.ca
September 19: DEEPENING COMMUNITY FOR COLLECTIVE IMPACT. Join Paul Born, internationally renowned expert in community-building conversations that make impactful change possible. In this one day workshop you will learn how to engage and deepen your community in order to build a common agenda for large scale change. Held at Caledon Equestrian Park in Palgrave. For details go to: http://events.tamarackcommunity.ca/dc_caledon
September 23 & 24: BUZZFEST— Hosted by the Terra Cotta Country Store, an outdoor art, fine crafts and gourmet food festival set along the Credit River! Featuring fashion and accessories, an onsite bakery, fair trade organic coffees and their famous gourmet ice cream and fresh fruit frozen yogurt. For more info visit www.terracottacountrystore.ca
September 30: THE BELFOUNTAIN 2017 SALAMANDER FESTIVAL: A fun –filled family day! Meet real, live salamanders and see a variety of mammals, reptiles and birds at the Belfountain Conservation Area. Enjoy the artisan market, live music, BBQ and more in Belfountain. For more info visit www.belfountain.ca/salamander-festival
VISIT INGLEWOOD FARMERS' MARKET. Every Wednesday 3:00 to 7:00: INGLEWOOD FARMERS’ MARKET on Lloyd Wilson Arena grounds. Local produce, artisans and live music. Come out for a light and easy dinner—there are some yummy choices!
The Village of Cheltenhamis in the southwest corner of Caledon, Ontario, only 5 minutes to Brampton and 15 minutes to Mississauga and Georgetown.
Cheltenham was founded by Charles Haines in the early 1820's; he named the quaint hamlet after his home in England. Some of the Haines family descendents still live in Cheltenham.
Cheltenham is a quiet village with an all purpose general store and a hair stylist.
It is best known, however, for the Cheltenham Day Soap Box Races where older children and young teens get to pit their home-made soap boxes against their friends to see who can tear down the "Cheltenham Hill" the fastest.....more
The Village of Inglewood, Ontario is one of Caledon's most dynamic villages, which draws people from around the area. For a small community, Inglewood has many amenities including an indoor arena and The Riverdale Fitness Mill. It also has a very active community group (Village of Inglewood Association - VIA) that organized Inglewood-Stock in 2008, to raise money for Bethell House, a hospice that calls Inglewood home.
Living in Inglewood is very convenient for commuters as it is one line west of Hwy 10 (Hurontario), and just north of Olde Baseline Road. Inglewood is about 10 minutes from Brampton and 35 minutes to Pearson International Airport. continue....