Chilliwack real estate guide & listings for sale
Most areas in Chilliwack are reasonably quiet, as there tend to be low levels of noise from traffic - although there are still several noisier sections, especially near one of the railway lines, the airport (YCW) or Trans-Canada Highway. Accessing public green spaces is very hard in the city since they aren't well-situated. Despite that, there are a few parks nearby for residents to check out.
Cars are an excellent mode of transportation in Chilliwack. It is especially convenient to park. On the other hand, residents using public transit may find very limited choices in this city due to the infrequent service. Nevertheless, property owners are served by around 10 bus lines. Walking is not very feasible for house buyers in this city because carrying out daily needs is challenging.
In Chilliwack, many buildings are single detached homes, and the remaining properties are mainly small apartment buildings and townhouses. This city has a good selection of housing size options, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Roughly three quarters of the population of this city own their home and renters make up the remainder. The homes in this city are relatively new, because around 30% of its buildings were constructed following the year 2000, while most of the remaining buildings were built pre-1960 and in the 1960s.
Parents may find it difficult for their children to access high schools and primary schools on foot. In addition, it can be challenging to reach daycares on foot. Parents have the option of public and private schools at both the primary and secondary school level. With regards to eating, accessing one of over 50 supermarkets by walking is practical for some, but not all, home buyers in this city. Residents of this city are served by over 150 restaurants as well.