Guelph real estate guide & listings for sale
As there are very few pedestrians, Guelph remains relatively serene. Parks aren't well-spread out, which makes it rather challenging to access them from a lot of locations within this part of the city. Still, residents will be able to access public green spaces in nearby neighbourhoods.
This area is very car friendly. Most of the street infrastructure is built for cars, and parking is easy. In contrast, public transit users may have very few choices in Guelph as a result of the service's low frequency. It is very hard to commute by bike in this neighbourhood because there are very few bike lanes, and there is a significant amount of slopes. Travelling on foot is also not very feasible for home buyers in Guelph because very few daily needs can be carried out by walking.
About 80% of the properties in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners and 20% are rented. The substantial percentage of single detached homes in the housing stock of this part of the city is an important part of its character. Most of the housing growth in this part of Hamilton occurred before the 1960s. This area also has quite a good choice of unit sizes; although this neighbourhood is notable for those looking for three bedroom homes.
There are no high schools and no primary schools in Guelph. Regarding eating, home buyers in this area almost always have to use a vehicle to buy their groceries.