Ninth Line real estate guide & listings for sale
There is a vast selection of green spaces in Ninth Line. Parks are easy to reach and there are about 10 of them nearby for residents to discover. Finally, this part of Mississauga is a great area for those who don't mind a bit of noise, as traffic during busy hours can occasionally be loud.
The favoured method to move around in Ninth Line is usually a car. It is very easy to park, and the majority of real estate listings are a very short drive from the nearest highway, such as Highway 401. In contrast, the public transit service in this part of the city is not very frequent. Nonetheless, property owners benefit from a few bus lines, and the closest bus stop is typically relatively close by. It is difficult for people travelling on foot to move around in Ninth Line because running daily errands is impractical on foot. The bicycle is a fairly poor method of transportation in this part of Mississauga because the topography is not particularly flat, and the cycling network is not very extensive. Nevertheless, riding a bike is more feasible in certain sectors than others.
In Ninth Line, about half of dwellings are townhouses, but single detached homes are also present in the housing stock. There is a higher proportion of four or more bedroom homes in this part of the city. Roughly 90% of the properties in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners while renters occupy the remainder. Most of the housing growth in this neighbourhood has taken place after the year 2000.
There are no high schools and no primary schools in Ninth Line. Additionally, daycares are not plentiful and accordingly not always within walking distance. With respect to eating, some house buyers in Ninth Line may have the option to buy groceries on foot, while others will have to rely on a vehicle.