Hurontario real estate guide & listings for sale
Home buyers who prefer a slower-paced atmosphere will enjoy Hurontario. Most areas in this part of the city are reasonably quiet, as the streets tend to be peaceful - although that is not the case around Highway 401 or Highway 403. Lastly, the majority of locations within the neighbourhood have fairly good access to parks, such as Britannia Woods Community Forest and McKechnie Woods, since there are about 20 of them close by for residents to explore.
Regardless of the mode of transportation, it is reasonably straightforward to get around in this part of the city. Hurontario is reasonably transit friendly as a result of about 20 nearby bus lines. It is also convenient for pedestrians to move around in this part of the city; running common errands is easy on foot. Hurontario is reasonably suited for bicycling since the cycling network is well-developed.
In Hurontario, roughly 40% of dwellings are single detached homes, while large apartment buildings and townhouses make up most of the remaining housing stock. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. About 80% of the population of this neighbourhood own their home whereas renters make up the remainder. The buildings in this part of the city are very modern, because around one third of its buildings were constructed between 1980 and 1990, while many of the remaining buildings were built in the 1990s and the 2000s.
Primary schools are convenient to get to on foot from most properties for sale in Hurontario. However, there are only a few high schools and therefore they can be an extended walk away. Families are served by public and private elementary schools. With regards to eating, it is very often practical for property owners in Hurontario to purchase groceries on foot. Furthermore, this neighbourhood is a fairly good place in which to go out to eat, and there are also a few cafes in Hurontario. It is also convenient to reach a variety of clothing stores on foot.