Corkery real estate guide & listings for sale
Most areas in Corkery are quiet, as the streets are generally quite tranquil - however noise can be an issue close to Highway 417 or Highway 7. Parks are spread out sporadically, which results in them being very difficult to get to from the majority of locations in this part of the city. Despite that, there are a few green spaces close by for residents to visit, like Rick Lytle Park.
Driving is very often the preferred way to navigate this part of the city. Parking is easy. Corkery is not very bicycling-friendly because the area is not particularly flat, and there are very few bike lanes. It is also very inconvenient for people walking to navigate Corkery since almost no daily errands can be run without having to use a vehicle.
Around one third of properties in Corkery were built after the year 2000, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1980s. The large percentage of single detached homes in the housing stock of this neighbourhood is an important part of its character. Homeowners occupy roughly 90% of the dwellings in Corkery while renters occupy the remainder. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes.
There are only a very small number of primary schools in Corkery and thus they can be a very long walk away. Likewise, this area does not contain any high schools. With regards to eating, a vehicle is almost always required in Corkery to reach the closest grocery store.