Beaver Bank real estate guide & listings for sale
The noise levels in Beaver Bank are especially low, as the streets are usually very calm. Parks are occasionally difficult to access since they aren't well-situated. Despite that, there are approximately 20 public green spaces close by for residents to check out.
This area is an extremely good part of Halifax for getting around by car. Parking is generally easy. In contrast, the public transit system in this part of the municipality is not very convenient. Nevertheless, there are a few bus lines, and most homes are close to a bus stop. Travelling on foot is not very convenient for property owners in this area as many daily needs are very inconvenient to meet without the use of a car.
Homeowners occupy roughly 95% of the units in Beaver Bank and the rest are rented. In this community, many dwellings are single detached homes, and the remaining properties are mainly mobile homes. Roughly one third of homes in this part of Halifax were constructed after the year 2000, while the majority of the remaining buildings were built in the 1960s and the 1980s. This community also has a selection of unit sizes - although this community is notable for those looking for three bedroom homes.
Families may consider it difficult for their children to get to high schools and primary schools on foot. Moreover, daycares are not abundant and consequently not always within walking distance. When it comes to eating, in all but a very small number of cases, a vehicle is needed in this area to reach the nearest supermarket.