Caledon Real Estate

Caledon was established in 1974 when neighbouring towns amalgamated to create one township. It is now one of the three municipalities of Peel Region. Caledon ranges from Brampton to Orangeville with Highway 10, Airport Road and Highway 50 running through the municipality. Caledon is composed of many prominent neighbourhoods spanning over a large area and is in fact the largest city and town by area in the GTA. The main urban centers are Bolton, Caledon East, and Caledon Village. However, Caledon is predominantly rural with a very low population density, an abundance of farmhouses on land and detached homes with acreages.

Note: Caledon is under the Credit Valley Conservation and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

More About Caledon, Ontario:

Caledon Village

Caledon Village was first settled in the 1820s and is located at the intersection of Highway 10 and Regional Road 24. This village has some beautiful 19th century buildings that take you back in time. However, the area’s homes do vary in age. There are bungalows and side-splits from the 1970s, along with Estate homes built in the early 1990s. Also to be found in Caledon village are townhouses that were built in 2018 and semi-detached homes that are being developed in 2021.

Caledon East

Caledon East was first settled in 1821 and is located near Airport Road. It has one of the top Catholic high schools in the GTA, Robert F. Hall Secondary School. In this area you will find beautiful, elegant homes in all different types of styles. There are also shops and recreational centers. Caledon East is a smaller version of Bolton and without big box stores.

Bolton

Bolton was founded in approximately 1822 and was formerly known as Bolton Mills. Urban areas did not expand until the late 1970s and early 1980s when an industrial area was developed. Housing developments started to expand in the 1990s in the southern and western parts of the town. Today, Bolton has roughly 30,000 residents and is considered an urban hub for parts of Caledon. Humber River runs through the beautiful downtown core with many local shops and eateries.

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