Southcrest real estate guide & listings for sale
Home buyers who prefer a slower-paced environment will enjoy Southcrest. It is very easy to access parks in the neighbourhood, since getting to the closest one from most houses is very easy and there are approximately 10 public green spaces nearby for residents to discover. This area is also quiet, as noise from the streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue.
Cars are a good transportation option in this part of the city. It is very convenient to park. In contrast, the public transit network in Southcrest is fairly poor. Nonetheless, there are a few bus lines passing through the neighbourhood, and the closest bus stop is generally just around the corner. There aren't many pedestrians out on the streets of Southcrest, despite the fact that running daily errands is easy.
Roughly 60% of the properties in the neighbourhood are occupied by renters while owners occupy the remainder. In this area, around 45% of buildings are large apartment buildings, while single detached homes and townhouses are also present in the housing stock. About 40% of properties in this area were built in the 1960s and 1970s, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960 and in the 1980s. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of one bedroom and two bedroom homes.
In this part of the city, families will generally be able to get to daycares and primary schools on foot. However, high schools are not very abundant and therefore not always within walking distance. Regarding eating, some residents in Southcrest may have the option to do grocery shopping on foot, while others will have to turn to a vehicle. That being said, a restaurant is commonly just around the corner, and there are also a few coffee shops in this part of London.