Oakridge real estate guide & listings for sale
Oakridge offers a slower-paced environment and will appeal to home buyers who enjoy spending time outdoors. Most areas in this neighbourhood are very quiet, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamour. Finally, public green spaces, such as Hampton Valley and Mckillop Park, are very well-situated and there are about 20 of them nearby for residents to enjoy, making it easy to reach them.
Commuting by car is straightforward in Oakridge. It is especially convenient to find a parking spot. On the other hand, public transit users may have limited choices in this neighbourhood by reason of the infrequent service. Nevertheless, there are a few bus lines, and bus stops are commonly nearby. It is difficult for pedestrians to get around in this part of the city because very few daily needs can be carried out without the use of a car.
Single detached homes are the most common housing type, representing around three quarters of dwellings in Oakridge, while townhouses are also present in the housing stock. Roughly one third of properties in this neighbourhood were built in the 1960s and 1970s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960 and in the 1980s. This part of London offers mainly three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy about 85% of the properties in Oakridge whereas the rest are rented.
Families will value that wherever their home is situated in Oakridge, primary schools are close by. On the other hand, families may find it difficult for their children to reach high schools on foot. At the primary level, there are both public and private schools. Regarding eating, it is often possible for house buyers in Oakridge to do their grocery shopping by walking. A small selection of restaurants and cafes is available as well.