Flemingdon Park real estate guide & listings for sale
Despite the somewhat busy feel, there are a lot of green spaces to enjoy in Flemingdon Park. To be more precise, parks, including Charles Sauriol Conservation Area and E.T. Seton Park, are very well-distributed and there are approximately 10 of them nearby for residents to discover, which makes them very easy to get to from a large number of locations within the neighbourhood. This neighbourhood has many parts that are very calm and quiet; however other spots can be noisy, especially closer to one of the railway lines or Don Valley Parkway.
Regardless of the mode of transportation, it is simple to travel in Flemingdon Park. Residents can rely on public transit to travel in this neighbourhood. For example, house owners have access to a few bus lines, and most homes are very close to a bus stop. This neighbourhood is also a fairly convenient part of Toronto for pedestrians; most daily needs are easy to meet without the use of a car. Moving around by bicycle is challenging in Flemingdon Park because there are very few bike lanes, and bike riders encounter a considerable amount of hills.
In Flemingdon Park, around 80% of buildings are large apartment buildings, but townhouses are also present in the housing stock. This part of Toronto offers mainly three bedroom and two bedroom homes. Around 55% of the population of this neighbourhood rent their home while owners make up the remainder. Most of the housing growth in this neighbourhood occurred in the 1960s and 1970s.
The nearest grocery store in Flemingdon Park is typically only a short walk away. Moreover, a restaurant is typically just around the corner, and a small number of coffee shops is available as well. It is also a reasonably short walk to a good selection of clothing stores. With regards to education, in Flemingdon Park, families will generally be able to reach schools and daycares on foot. At the secondary level, there are both public and private schools.