Aldergrove real estate guide & listings for sale
Aldergrove offers a slower-paced atmosphere and will appeal to home buyers who enjoy spending time outdoors. There are around 10 parks close by for residents to visit, which makes it easy to get to them. This area is also very quiet, as noise from streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue.
Cars are a very good mode of transportation in this part of the municipality. It is straightforward to park. In contrast, travelling by public transit is very hard in this part of Langley. Nonetheless, there are a few bus lines passing through the neighbourhood, and the nearest bus stop is usually just around the corner. Walking is not very practical for residents in this part of Langley because most daily needs are inconvenient to meet on foot. Aldergrove is also not very amenable to cycling since riding is rendered strenuous by the often hilly area, and there are a limited number of bike lanes.
Roughly three quarters of the population of this neighbourhood own their home while renters make up the remainder. Single detached homes are the main housing type, representing about 45% of dwellings in this part of Langley, while the rest are mainly small apartment buildings, duplexes, and townhouses. Around 45% of properties in this neighbourhood were built between 1960 and 1980, while many of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1980s and the 1990s. This part of Langley is primarily composed of four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes.
In Aldergrove, families will generally be able to access daycares and schools on foot. Besides public schools, there are private primary and secondary schools. Concerning food, it is generally an option for house buyers in Aldergrove to do grocery shopping on foot. A small variety of restaurants and cafes can be found as well.