Sidney real estate guide & listings for sale
Since there are very few people out and about on the streets, Sidney remains relatively serene.
The best way to move around in Sidney is very often a car. Many real estate listings are a short drive from the closest highway, and it is very easy to park. However, the public transit network in Sidney is rather poor. Nonetheless, there are approximately 10 bus lines passing through the town, and bus stops are usually nearby. It is at times challenging for people walking to navigate Sidney as most daily needs are impractical to meet on foot.
Single detached homes are the main housing type, representing around one third of dwellings in Sidney, while small apartment buildings, duplexes, and townhouses are also present in the housing stock. This town has a good selection of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. About three quarters of the population of this town own their home and the rest are renters. Roughly 40% of homes in this part of the Greater Victoria metropolitan area were built between 1960 and 1980, while most of the remaining buildings were built in the 1980s and the 1990s.
It is generally practical for property owners in Sidney to shop for groceries by walking. Beacon Avenue is among the best streets for groceries. There are also a few options for those who value close by restaurants and cafes. In terms of education, in Sidney, families will commonly be able to access primary schools and daycares on foot. In contrast, this part of the Greater Victoria metropolitan area does not contain any high schools.