Greenwood-Coxwell real estate guide & listings for sale
Greenwood-Coxwell has a character that appeals to a fairly diverse group of people. Overall, this neighbourhood has many places for those looking for a dynamic vibe. Even though the nightlife is quiet, there are often many people around. Most areas in Greenwood-Coxwell are reasonably quiet, as there are generally low levels of noise from traffic. Greenery is quite present in this part of Toronto as the tree canopy coverage for many streets is good. There are a few public green spaces close by for residents to enjoy, including Monarch Park, and they are very well-distributed, resulting in them being very easy to reach from the majority of locations within the neighbourhood.
This part of the city will attract house buyers that use several modes of transportation. Thanks to a few nearby bus lines, commuting by public transit is very easy in Greenwood-Coxwell. Physically active property owners will also enjoy the especially walk-friendly character of Greenwood-Coxwell; running common errands is easy on foot, and many businesses are quite close by. Getting around by bicycle is convenient in this part of the city since this part of Toronto boasts a fairly good cycling infrastructure.
Over half of the housing stock of Greenwood-Coxwell consists of townhouses and small apartment buildings, and the remaining houses are mainly single detached homes. This part of the city is primarily composed of two bedroom and three bedroom homes. About 60% of the dwellings in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners whereas the rest are rented. Most homes in this neighbourhood were built pre-1960, during its most significant building boom.
In Greenwood-Coxwell, parents and their kids will typically be able to get to schools and daycares by walking. At the elementary level, both public and private schools can be found. When it comes to food, both general and specialty grocery stores are ordinarily accessible within a very short walk from any home in this part of the city. In addition, with 100-odd restaurants and cafes in this part of Toronto, there is generally a place to get a meal or a beverage just around the corner, for example on Gerrard Street. House buyers can find a fair number of nearby clothing stores.