Immaculate Fairview Two Storey 4 Bedroom/4 Bath, 39’ x 109’ Lot. Heating/Air Conditioning (2015), Windows (2013), Fiberglas Shingle Roof, Painted Throughout (2015). Family Room With Fireplace. Large Eat-in Kitchen with Walkout To Garden. Main Floor Laundry, Separate Living & Dining Rooms, Master with Ensuite. Covered Front Porch, Huge Potential With Unfinished Basement With 3 Piece Bath and Cantina. Double Garage. Walk To Schools & Shopping. Min. to 403, 401, QEW, GO Train and Pearson, T&T, Square One, Costco.
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The Fairview District was planned in 1965 when Council requested by resolution of the Planning Board, that a study be undertaken of the North Cooksville Community. Prior to this, Cooksvile’s northerly boundary ended at the railway tracks. During this era, Cooksville, which was centered around the intersection of Hurontario Street and Dundas Street, was considered “downtown Mississauga”. The lands north of the railway tracks extending north to Highway 403 were then planned entirely as future residential lands. This changed with the evolution of Mississauga’s City Centre in the early 1970s which progressed with the construction of Square One Shopping Centre and other commercial developments north of Burnhamthorpe Road.
The development of a new City Centre and the relocation of many “downtown” functions from Cooksville to City Centre necessitated the need to plan for several surrounding residential areas to serve the City Centre and Fairview was one of these areas along with Creditview, Hurontario, Rathwood and Mississauga Valleys. The Fairview District was planned in 1980 as part of the Dundas-Fairview Secondary Plan which included the Fairview Community and portions of the Cooksville neighbourhoods south of the railway tracks. As the lands south of the railway tracks were amalgamated into a larger Cooksville District in the early 1990s, the remaining residential lands between Cooksville and City Centre became known as the Fairview District. The Fairview District has evolved as a transitional residential area between City Centre and Cooksville but does not characteristically form part of either community.
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