The Town of Caledon is mostly rural and made up of many small villages and communities such as Valleywood, Mayfield West, Cheltenham, Inglewood, Caledon Village, Caledon East, Forks of the Credit and Bolton just to name some.
The vast 700 square kilometre area between Brampton and Orangeville is only an hour or so North of Toronto and offers some of the most scenic views around.
Caledon is one of three municipalities of Peel Region with a population of 75,000 and growing. New developments are sprouting up in the south, bordering Brampton, with easy access to public transit and major highways, such as 410, 401, 403 and 407.
Getting off the busy 410 and moving onto the beautiful and quiet country roads is an instant stress reliever. With trees changing colours and farm lands surrounding you, it's no wonder many people choose to commute to larger cities for work but call Caledon, home.
Caledon is known for its hundreds of kilometres of hiking trails with access points to the Bruce Trail and roads perfect for cycling. Spectacular golf courses abound as well as skiing, gorgeous hotels, Bed and Breakfasts and amazing restaurants.
There's something here for everyone.
Check out the links below to learn more about Caledon, as well as some of my personal favourite places! If you are considering living in Caledon or listing your Caledon real estate, contact me for more information on how I can help.
My personal favourite places:
Millcroft Inn & Spa
Mercato Fine Foods
Butter & Cup
Spirit Tree Estate Cidery
The Terra Cotta Inn
Heatherlea Farm Shoppe
4Cats Art Studio
Belfountain Conservation Area
Forks of the Credit
Caledon Golf & Country Club
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More than 23 acres of land with development potential! Equestrian paradise with horse stable and barn.