City Centre real estate guide & listings for sale
Home buyers who prefer a slower-paced ambience will enjoy City Centre. Public green spaces are easy to reach since there are around 20 of them nearby for residents to check out. This part of Surrey is quiet overall, as the streets tend to be reasonably tranquil.
City Centre will appeal to homeowners that appreciate different methods of transportation. Travelling on foot is feasible for house buyers in City Centre; many daily errands can be run on foot. On the other hand, it is sometimes difficult to move around by bicycle in this part of Surrey as bike riders are faced with a considerable amount of elevation changes. Nonetheless, the cycling infrastructure is extensive. City Centre has a good public transit infrastructure as a consequence of 3 rapid transit stations (Surrey Central Station, Gateway Station and King George Station) on the Expo Line, and about 20 nearby bus lines. The best approach to navigate this part of Surrey is often driving. It is easy to find a place to park.
Around 55% of the population of this neighbourhood rent their home and the rest are owners. In this part of the city, around 40% of dwellings are small apartment buildings, but large apartment buildings are also present in the housing stock. About 40% of properties in this part of Surrey were constructed following the year 2000, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1980s. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of one bedroom and two bedroom homes.
Parents and their children will welcome that wherever their house is situated in City Centre, daycares and schools are close by. Families have the choice between public and private primary schools. In terms of food, the closest grocery store in City Centre is generally only a very short walk away. Additionally, there is commonly a restaurant or cafe in close proximity. It is also a rather short walk to a good selection of clothing stores.