Highway 97 real estate guide & listings for sale
Most areas in Highway 97 are quiet, as there are usually low levels of noise from traffic - although there are still several noisier sections, especially close to the airport (YLW) or the railway line. It is rather difficult to get to parks since they are spread out sporadically. Still, there are a few public green spaces close by for residents to visit.
The car is very often the best mode of transportation in Highway 97. Parking is generally easy. However, getting around by public transit is very hard in Highway 97. Nevertheless, residents benefit from about 10 bus lines, and the closest bus stop is typically a short walk away. Travelling on foot is not very feasible for home buyers in Highway 97 as almost no daily errands can be run without needing to use a car.
Around 30% of properties in Highway 97 were built following the year 2000, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1980s. Single detached homes are the most common housing type, representing around one third of buildings in this sector, and the remainder are mainly small apartment buildings, mobile homes, and townhouses. Homeowners occupy roughly three quarters of the units in Highway 97 and the rest are rented. This part of the city is primarily composed of three bedroom and two bedroom homes.
A car is usually needed in Highway 97 to reach the closest grocery store. Residents are served by about 40 restaurants and coffee shops as well. With respect to education, high schools and primary schools are not abundant in Highway 97, and thus may be a very long walk away. Likewise, it can be very difficult to reach daycares as a pedestrian. Moreover, there are some of the province's top schools, including Aberdeen Hall Senior School, in Highway 97.