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    Alex Moloney


    Right at Home Realty Inc, Brokerage


    Clarkson lies in the southwestern section of Mississauga, from Lake Ontario to the QEW highway. This is where the Rattray Marsh is located. Rattray a prominent nature reserve is a well well-known birding site. Communters appreciate practical accessibility to public transit consisting of the Clarkson Go Station and also the bus solution on Lakeshore Road. These transportation choices have made Clarkson a much-loved place for workers operating in Toronto to the east and also Hamilton to the west. With Clarkson's easy commute to Toronto and its affordable price point, this community has become a haven for families. Families looking to move near the city but not break their bank can find what they're seeking in Mississauga.

    Clarkson borders some very expensive areas - Lorne Park and Port Credit to the east and Eastlake & Oakville to the west. Clarkson homes mostly consist of smaller bungalows, sidesplits and backsplits but there is a growing trend of new custom built homes being developed where these older bungalows once stood. Whether you're looking for a place to start your day or find some peace and quiet from the hustle of city life, Mississauga has just what you need in its parks. Rattray Marsh is one such park that connects directly with Jack Darling Beach Park which offers great views of Lake Ontario while also providing ample space for pets to roam free! You can't forget about Whiteoaks Park either - it's perfect if tennis courts are more up your alley than hiking trails; complete with floodlit court lights so there’s never an excuse not to get out on those weekends at nightfall.


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