Tam O'Shanter-Sullivan real estate guide & listings for sale
The character of Tam O'Shanter-Sullivan is exemplified by its slower-paced atmosphere. There is a fair amount of greenery in this part of Toronto as the majority of streets have fairly good tree coverage. It is very easy to reach public green spaces from numerous locations in the neighbourhood since there are around 10 of them nearby for residents to visit. Most areas in this neighbourhood are quiet, as the streets are generally reasonably tranquil - although that is not the case closer to Highway 401 or the railway line.
This part of the city will draw homeowners that value a diversity of modes of transportation. Tam O'Shanter-Sullivan features a very good public transit system. For example, homeowners are served by about 10 bus lines, and bus stops are typically nearby. Tam O'Shanter-Sullivan is also well-suited for walking; many daily needs can be carried out on foot. This part of Toronto is not very appropriate for cycling because the bicycling infrastructure is not very well-developed, and there are a good number of hills.
Homeowners occupy around 55% of the units in the neighbourhood and 45% are rented. In this part of the city, roughly half of dwellings are large apartment buildings, while the remainder are mainly single detached homes and townhouses. Most of the housing growth in this part of Toronto occurred between 1960 and 1980. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of three bedroom and two bedroom homes.
It is a reasonably short walk to reach schools and daycares from anywhere in Tam O'Shanter-Sullivan. Parents are served by public and private elementary schools. Regarding eating, it is typically feasible for property owners in Tam O'Shanter-Sullivan to shop for general and specialty groceries on foot. Additionally, there is commonly a restaurant or cafe in close proximity. House buyers can find a fair number of nearby clothing stores.