The Village of Inglewood, Ontario is one of Caledon’s most dynamic villages, which draws people from around the area. For a small community, Inglewood has many amenities including an indoor arena and The Riverdale Fitness Mill. It also has a very active community group (Village of Inglewood Association – VIA).  Living in Inglewood is very convenient for commuters as it is one line west of Hwy 10 (Hurontario), and just north of Olde Base Line Road. Inglewood is about 10 minutes from Brampton and 35 minutes to Pearson International Airport.

True to Inglewood’s Heritage Style In the village core, you will find quaint century homes, many that have been updated and renovated while keeping their charm. Over the last 40 years, houses have been built on the north and northwest side of Inglewood with properties ranging from just under an acre to around 3 acres.

The real estate along Ingleview Drive was developed in the 1980’s. The escarpment views from the west side properties are exceptional.  Back in the village, The South Slopes of Riverdale was developed in the early 2000’s.  This pocket of homes, honours the heritage styling of the original Inglewood houses.

Children in Inglewood Village are bused to Belfountain Public School for Kindergarten to Grade 6; they go to Caledon Central in Caledon Village for Grades 7 & 8 and then go to Mayfield Secondary School for Grades 9-12. Herb Campbell Public School is close-by and offer French Immersion for Grades 1-8, with the option to go to Bolton or Brampton for high school French Immersion classes. St. Cornelius and Robert F. Hall are within the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board and offer Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 at their Caledon East location.

Caledon Hills Cycle Shop can be found in Inglewood; it is also home to the Caledon Hills Cycle & Coffee Shop.

Lost Bear Market,  recently opened in Inglewood. It offers delicious local food (soups, sandwiches, frozen entres) and delightful, unique giftware.  Beside Lost Bear, you will find The Cub Ice Cream & Smoothies and Bird Dog Finess.

Coywolf Coffee features barista-style coffee, teas & snacks.  A recent addition to the menu is wine & beer – plus occaisionally their is live music on the back porch!

Families that call Inglewood home, enjoy hockey & skating at The Lloyd Wilson Arena with a parkette and baseball diamond on its grounds. There is a community centre with library and tennis courts that is also home to The Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers – an amateur theatre group that invites old and young to come participate as an actor or behind-the-scenes help.

Like so many Caledon villages, recreational pursuits are easy in Inglewood. The Caledon Trail runs through the village, as does the Credit River. The trail is used for hiking, cycling, horseback riding, cross country skiing, bird watching and anything else that does not include a motorized vehicle. The trail is 35 km long and is accessible year round.

There is excellent fishing along the Credit River, but you will also find people canoeing, kayaking and “tubing” down the river. On hot sunny days, it is not unusual to see small and large groups of people floating down the river on inner tubes! The Caledon Golf & Country Club is on the edge of Inglewood. It is a public golf course with restaurant and banquet facilities. The Caledon Hills are a beautiful backdrop for a day on the golf course!

If Inglewood looks like the kind of neighbourhood you would like to live in, please contact me by phone or email.