What a lovely place to be, Lorne Park is a favourite family oriented neighbourhood in Mississauga.  You will find it tucked neatly between the Queen Elizabeth Way to the north and Lake Ontario to the south, the eastern boundary is the Credit River and the western boundary is Clarkson Road North   

When you think of high-end lifestyle Lorne Park is definitely at the top of the list.  The neighbourhood has a few very exclusive expanses found below Lakeshore Road.  This neighbourhood is the exclusive pocket of Lorne Park Estates.  These captivating Estates are nestled on the Shores of Lake Ontario and feature prominently magnificent estate homes, situated on well-manicured sprawling yards.  The tree lined streets adorned with towering mature oak, pine and maple trees will transport you to a bygone era. 

Homes

Lorne Park is definitely diverse in the high-end pricing with two distinct, yet individual markets.  The residential area to the north of Lakeshore Road boasts mainly detached homes on nice urban lots.  The wide sidewalks are very pedestrian friendly, with majestic towering trees.  The expansive front lawns show pride of ownership and attention to detail.  Most homes are well furnished with existing and accommodating garages. 

South of Lakeshore Road is where the extraordinary begins.  You will find the majority of Mississauga’s most expensive and exclusive estate homes.  These meticulously acquired homes were built in a time when individuality and extravagance was pure craftsmanship.  The Estates are privately exclusive with dedicated roads in and out of the communities. 

Lifestyle

Lorne Park offers a unique lifestyle opportunity.  It is located just outside of the City of Toronto boundaries which makes career opportunities close at hand for the commuter.  Lorne Park is the destination that one strives to return to after work.  Lorne Park is reminiscent of a time when life was taken at a slower, more refined pace.  The neighbourhood is based more on family living then on close amenities.  This is a neighbourhood where a car is a necessary convenience.

Recreation and Arts

Living in this picturesque neighbourhood is recreation enough with its salute to a time of genteel grandeur but it also hosts the well-established Jack Darling Park, Rattray Marsh and Conservation Area and Indian Gate Park for your leisure activities.  The parks are designed to amalgamate family life with the love of the outdoors.  Public beaches and playgrounds and picnic areas all beckon to the family to enjoy the warmer months outdoors.   The winter months will offer just as much enjoyment when spent with family.  The well-appointed Lorne Park Public Library offers the casual reader an opportunity to pick up a book to enjoy as well as supplying solitude and references for the more studious of visitors.  For those seeking to be more involved, Visual Arts Mississauga offers numerous programs for all ages and accomplishments.

Education

The well-appointed neighbourhood of Lorne Park falls within the Peel-Dufferin School Board.  Some samples of the exemplary choices for education would include:

  • Lorne Park Secondary School
  • Lorne Park Public School
  • Tecumseh Public School
  • Luke Catholic School

Contact Ela

416-841-2356