Pickering Real Estate Community

Discover Pickering Real Estate

Durham Region

Welcome to The City of Pickering

The first step to knowing if Pickering real estate is the right fit for you, is to learn about the community.

Pickering’s close proximity to Toronto provides residents with the benefits of big-city amenities while enjoying a more relaxed suburban lifestyle. Known for its diverse and inclusive community, Pickering provides residents with a welcoming and multicultural environment to call home. The city is well-connected through major highways, public transit, and GO train services, making commuting to Toronto and other neighbouring cities convenient.

There’s no shortage of things to do in Pickering. The city provides ample recreational opportunities with its numerous parks, hiking trails, and cycling paths, catering to outdoor enthusiasts and families while Pickering’s rich cultural heritage and historical sites, including the Pickering Museum Village, provide opportunities to explore and appreciate the city’s history and traditions.

Find additional and detailed information by clicking this handy link to the City of Pickering website

The City of Pickering real estate resulted in 1169 single family residential sales in 2023 with an average selling price of $1,001,000. Check out the Pickering real estate stats below for more specific and interesting sales statistics which include the most recent three year trends.

If you’re looking for a Real Estate Agent to connect with, specializing in listing, selling and working with both sellers and buyers for residential and luxury properties in the City of Pickering, you can read more About me on this page and you can Contact me through the webform, email dale@dalebryant.ca or call/text my personal cell 289-251-2947.

Pickering Sign II, featuring modern typography on a durable metal structure, welcoming residents and visitors alike to Pickering, Ontario.

Pickering Community Resources

A few interesting links for the City of Pickering

Pickering Real Estate FAQs

  • Moxies, located at 1815 Liverpool Road – right beside the Pickering Town Centre has great menu options and their steak and back rib options are so good.
  • If your looking for a great Korean restaurant, The Owl of Minerva at 1284 Kingston Road in Pickering will satisfy those cravings.

Pickering’s fine art scene is vibrant and diverse, with a rich array of artistic expressions showcased through various events and initiatives. The city is committed to fostering a thriving arts scene, providing a platform for local artists to display their work, engage with the community, and contribute to the city’s cultural landscape.

Don’t forget to check out the Durham West Arts Centre at 1867 Valley Farm Road; a great way to experience work from local artists.

From the Whites Road on ramps and the 401, Pickering is approximately a 2 minute drive to Toronto, 55 minute drive to Peterborough, , 2 hour drive to Kingston and a 3 hour and 35 minute drive to Ottawa.

Pickleball can be played at the CHD Recreation Complex, Melati Mas Sports, the Pickering Football Club, Village East Park, East Shore Community Centre, George Ashe Library and Community Centre and the Dr. Nelson F. Tomlinson Community Centre.