Malden real estate guide & listings for sale
A highlight of Malden is its broad selection of green spaces. Getting to parks, such as Tall Grass Heritage and Ojibway Prarie Provincial Nature Reserve, is very easy from the majority of locations within the neighbourhood since there are a few of them nearby for residents to relax in. Due to the presence of very few pedestrians, this part of the city remains relatively serene.
The car is usually the favoured method to move around in Malden. It is especially convenient to come across a parking spot, and it is a short drive to the closest highway, such as Highway 401, from any location in this neighbourhood. In contrast, the public transit system in this part of the city is not very practical. Nevertheless, homeowners have access to a few bus lines, and most residences are near a bus stop. Most homes for sale in this neighbourhood are located in places that are not very well-suited for walking because running daily errands is inconvenient.
Single detached homes and townhouses are the main housing type in Malden. This neighbourhood also has a selection of unit sizes; there is a higher proportion of three bedroom homes in this part of Windsor. Homeowners occupy nearly 95% of the properties in Malden while the rest are rented. The buildings in this part of Windsor are relatively new, because about one quarter of its dwellings were constructed in the 1990s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960 and in the 1960s.
Home buyers in this neighbourhood generally need a vehicle to do grocery shopping. A limited number of restaurants can be found in Malden. With respect to education, there are no high schools and no primary schools in this part of Windsor. Additionally, daycares are not abundant and accordingly not always within walking distance.