Is located at the westernmost part of Mississauga. Its borders run north/south from Brittania Road down to Hwy 403 and east/west from Ninth Line over to Winston Churchill Boulevard.


This is a newer and in high demand district of Mississauga

Low-rise Condos, Townhomes and Semi-detached homes are still being constructed in some areas of Churchill Meadows. Though it is still in development this can make for lower maintenance costs in regards to the Condo's and Townhomes making it appealing to younger couples that are just starting out.

Lots of detached homes with their own modern designs and not that "cookie cutter" style location where all the homes look very similar.

There are quite a few integrated parks, school and pathways peppered throughout Churchill Meadows

You'll find it's in close proximity to the Hwy 403, a five minutes drive to the QEW and about ten minutes to the HWY 401. Making this an ideal area for commuters with many viable options to get to work

There are a lot of amentities that surround the Churchill Meadows district as well. Sadly it depends where you may be purchasing your home which depends whether you are driving there or not. Note: there are a few community shopping centres peppered throughout Churchill Meadows as well and you are five minutes from Erin Mills Shopping Centre and Credit Valley Hospital.

Great area for that active double income family raising children (or planning to) who want to live that cool urban "lifestyle"

Also with the new builds the lot sizes tend to be smaller here (but that means less maintenance for you) and they sell for a premium as well.


If Churchill Meadows doesn't sound like the perfect fit for you but you want to stay close to the same vicinity maybe one of these featured surrounding areas below maybe be better suited for you instead. Each community has it's own unique style and charm that is just a touch different than the other Mississauga districts surrounding it.




There are quite a few schools located in the Churchill Meadows community, although most of these score pretty well with a 7/10 average with a few that bring that average down. Again this is a newer area so it could take a little more time until the schools are fuller and they are able to retrieve all the necessary data to score them all. Please look below for an explanation on why some schools do not have a mark from the Fraser Institute (F/I)



Artesian Drive Public School (F/I) - 3325 Artesian Drive, Mississauga (905) 820-7786 FI Score: N/A
Churchill Meadows Public School - 3310 McDowell Drive, Mississauga (905) 363-2338  FI Score: N/A
McKinnon Public School - 3270 Tacc Drive, Mississauga (905) 812-2544  FI Score: N/A
Oscar Peterson Public School (F/I) - 5120 Perennial Drive, Mississauga (905) 569-6261 FI Score: 7.3/10


Erin Centre Middle School (F/I)- 3240 Erin Centre Blvd, Mississauga (905) 820-5720  FI Score: N/A
Ruth Thompson Middle School - 5605 Freshwater Drive, Mississauga (905) 814-1729  FI Score: N/A


Applewood Heights School - 3675 Thomas Street, Mississauga (905) 363-0579   FI Score: 6.7/10
Stephen Lewis School - 3675 Thomas Street, Mississauga (905) 363-0289  FI Score: 7.3/10


St. Bernard of Clairvaux (Elementary) - 3345 Escada Drive, Mississauga (905) 542-9403   FI Score: 7.7/10
St. Faustina Elementary School - 3420 McDowell Drive, Mississauga (905) 821-2607  FI Score6.6/10
St. Sebastian Elementary School - 3460 Aquinas Avenue, Mississauga (905) 607-0107  FI Score: 6.8/10
St. Joan of Arc Secondary School - 3801 Thomas Street, Mississauga (905) 285-0050  FI Score: 7.8/10

*Rankings Come From the Fraser Institute 2014-15 *
(Please note:  schools that do not have a rating on the Fraser Institute need a miniumum number of students (15) from the grades from which the data is drawn from and in some cases the available data is insufficient to properly rank the school getting them a rank of this N/A. Again rank isn't everything as there are many factors to consider and the score should be used in conjuction with having meetings with teachers, administrators, support staff, as well as your child and other parents to better the overall selection factor)



This is a bit vague of a category I know, but I mainly just want to give you an idea of the average price in this area for each style of home and then my property search section is where we can further pinpoint your wants and needs to meet your exact criteria for the Lifestyle you are looking for. You then have the option that I can put you on an email campaign where you get every new listing sent to you daily in a concise email that fits your search qualifications which gives us a small window to see the property before it's listed on Realtor.ca if you see something you like.
Condo's, Townhomes and Semi-Detached can run anywhere from $270,000 to $500,000 and up

Detached homes are anywhere from $600,000-$900,000

High End Homes can run from $900,000 and up


Now I know you can drive every two blocks and see a McDonald's or a Tim Hortons stationed on every corner but I like to find those little gems that you can make as your own local spot for a nice night out every once in a while. I have eaten at all of these places with my lovely wife and I have no complaints myself.

*according to Yelp Review as of 01/01/15 Yelp

Bistro Narra - 3030 Thomas St, Mississauga (905) 567-8555 - Yelp Review 4/5 (seafood is their specialty)
J.P.'s Pizzaria - 5980 Churhill Meadows Blvd, Mississauga (905) 567 6669 - Yelp Review 4.5/5 (Amazing pizza!)
A Touch of Spice - 5618 10th Line Rd, Mississauga (905) 812-2218 - Yelp Review 3.5/5 (Good Indian food)


This is just my professional opinion but there are a lot of things I like about Churchill Meadows (my mother even lives here as well!) The demographics in this community are quite diverse and the area seems to attract those double income, professional families in pursuit of a more urban lifestyle. Again there are many schools in the district and some having great rankings and some in the middle of the pack.

As a location I think it's a fantastic area to raise a family with so many amenities surrounding you and easy access to almost all major highways. The neighbourhoods are pretty quiet in the evenings and there is a definite uniqueness to all the homes built here with their modern designs. The pathways intertwined throughout the community pushes for a healthy lifestyle with a slew of good parks and soccer fields for your little ones to play.

My only thing against the area (again this is all how you look at it) is that the lots are small but there is less work required of you for maintenance and that you pay a premium for your property right now. Overall it's culterally diverse, clean, schools are decent, the houses are modern (around 15 years old maximum) and the amenities surround you here but you have to drive to them unless you want to take a little walk and there are the pathways for that!

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