Halifax real estate guide & listings for sale
The character of Halifax is exemplified by its calm atmosphere. Most areas in this community are very quiet, as there are low levels of noise from traffic. Lastly, there are over 150 parks close by for residents to relax in, making them very easy to access.
This community is a fairly pleasant part of the Halifax metropolitan area for pedestrians, although running daily errands is at times challenging without using a vehicle. The public transit system in Halifax is not especially practical. Nevertheless, homeowners are served by around 40 bus lines, and the closest bus stop is typically very close. However, commuting by car is straightforward in Halifax. It is convenient to come across a place to park, and the majority of houses for sale are a reasonably short drive from the closest highway.
Single detached homes are the main housing type, representing roughly 45% of dwellings in Halifax, while large apartment buildings, small apartment buildings, and townhouses are the main alternatives in the housing stock. This community has a good choice of housing size options, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. The population residing in this community is evenly split between renters and owners. This community did not experience a single building boom; the construction of new homes in Halifax was spread throughout multiple decades in the twentieth and twenty-first century.
Daycares and schools are easy to get to on foot from anywhere in this community. As far as food is concerned, the nearest grocery store in Halifax is usually only a reasonably short walk away. In addition, Halifax is a fairly good place in which to go out to eat, and a limited selection of cafes can be found as well.