Sold: Former mayor Hazel McCallion’s Mississauga house has been sold
Published June 13, 2023 at 12:03 pm
The Streetsville-area home where former Mississauga mayor and Canadian political icon Hazel McCallion lived for nearly four decades has been sold.
After eight weeks on the market, the Charnwood Cres. home described as a “once in a lifetime signature property” sold today (June 13) for $2.5 million to a young family, realtor James Hodgins, of Hodgins Realty Group, told insauga.com.
The initial asking price of just under $3 million ($2.99 million) was recently dropped to $2,599,800.
Fittingly, the two-storey detached home offers a stunning backyard view of the impressive Mississauga skyline “Hurricane Hazel” helped create during her 36 years at the helm.
Prior to her death on Jan. 29 at the age of 101, McCallion had lived in the house for some 36 years, part of that time spent with her husband, Sam, who died in 1997.
The listing by Hodgins Realty Group, which appeared on Realtor.ca, noted that it’s a stunning, iconic, four-bedroom, three-bathroom home with an in-ground pool and cherished gardens “befitting our beloved Hurricane Hazel,” a reference to the former mayor’s widely known moniker.
The Mississauga skyline can be seen from McCallion’s former home. (Photo: Realtor.ca)
Referring to the near-half-acre, well-manicured property as “breathtaking,” the listing went on to describe the home as featuring a “dignitary-worthy vaulted great room” and a six-car driveway.
Within a short stroll of river trails, schools, shops and dining, the home has been updated throughout and is “move-in ready.”
Check out a few other photos of McCallion’s former home below.
All photos: Realtor.ca
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