Palmer real estate guide & listings for sale
The character of Palmer is exemplified by its slower-paced atmosphere. Public green spaces are especially well-distributed and there are a few of them close by for residents to visit, which makes it easy to access them from a lot of locations within the neighbourhood. The noise levels in this area are also very low, as the streets tend to be very tranquil.
This part of Burlington is quite bike-friendly because the bicycling network is very good. It is also easy for pedestrians to get around in Palmer, although running common errands is at times difficult without a vehicle. The public transit system in this part of Burlington is not very accessible. Nevertheless, homeowners are served by a few bus lines, and bus stops are generally nearby. However, the preferred method to move around in Palmer is very often a car. Coming across a place to park is quite easy, and it is a rather short car ride to the closest highway from anywhere in this neighbourhood.
About 60% of the homes in Palmer were constructed in the 1960s and 1970s, while most of the remaining buildings were built in the 1980s and the 1990s. Single detached homes and townhouses are the predominant housing type in this part of Burlington. Homeowners occupy nearly 90% of the units in Palmer and 10% are rented. This area is primarily composed of four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes.
Families will appreciate the proximity to primary schools and daycares, which are within walking distance from most homes for sale in this neighbourhood. On the other hand, there are no high schools in this part of the city. With respect to food, the closest supermarket in Palmer is generally only a short walk away. Furthermore, a restaurant is commonly just around the corner, and home buyers can enjoy a few cafes as well. Home buyers benefit from a fair number of clothing stores within walking distance.