Princess-Rosethorn real estate guide & listings for sale
The character of Princess-Rosethorn is exemplified by its slower-paced ambience. Greenery is very present in this part of the city; there are approximately 20 parks nearby for residents to check out, like Etobicoke Hydro Green Space and Islington Golf Club, and they are very well-located, which makes them very easy to access. Moreover, residents will find that a lot of tree-lined streets are around. This part of Toronto is also very quiet, as there are low levels of noise from traffic.
Owing to a few nearby bus lines, this part of Toronto is quite transit friendly. In contrast, biking is occasionally challenging in Princess-Rosethorn because cyclists encounter a considerable amount of elevation changes. Nonetheless, the bicycling network is reasonably extensive. This area is not particularly suitable for walking as daily errands are at times difficult to run on foot. In contrast, cars are a great medium of transportation in this neighbourhood. Nearby highways are reasonably easy to access from any location in Princess-Rosethorn, and finding a place to park is generally easy.
Homeowners occupy roughly 85% of the dwellings in the neighbourhood and the remainder are rented. Single detached homes and row houses are the main housing type in this part of the city. This area experienced its main construction boom prior to the 1960s, so most of the available housing is from this era. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes.
Families will appreciate that wherever their home is located in Princess-Rosethorn, schools and daycares are close by. As far as eating is concerned, the nearest grocery store in this part of Toronto is typically only a reasonably short walk away. There are also a limited number of options for those who care about close by restaurants and cafes.