Saint-Hubert real estate guide & listings for sale
Saint-Hubert offers a slower-paced environment and will appeal to home buyers who enjoy spending time in green spaces. This borough features a small amount of greenery; to be more specific, residents will find that the majority of streets have sub-par tree coverage. Nonetheless, public green spaces are easy to access, since there are over 50 of them nearby for residents to visit and reaching a park from most homes is easy. This borough is reasonably quiet overall, as there are usually low levels of noise from traffic - however some parts can be quite loud, especially closer to the railway line, the airport (YHU) or Autoroute de l'Acier.
Saint-Hubert is an extraordinarily good part of Longueuil for travelling by car. It is a reasonably short drive to the nearest highway, such as Autoroute de l'Acier, from anywhere in this borough, and accessing a parking spot is generally easy. However, Saint-Hubert is not particularly transit friendly. Nonetheless, there is the Longueuil–Saint-Hubert Station with access to the Mont-Saint-Hilaire Line. The borough is connected by approximately 30 bus lines, and bus stops are generally nearby. A majority of the houses for sale in this borough are located in areas that are not especially conducive to walking since meeting day-to-day needs is occasionally challenging on foot. In contrast, travelling by bicycle is convenient in Saint-Hubert as cyclists do not face serious elevation changes, and there are a fair number of bike lanes.
In Saint-Hubert, roughly 55% of buildings are single detached homes, whereas the rest are mainly small apartment buildings. This area is primarily composed of two bedroom and three bedroom homes. Around 70% of the population of this borough own their home whereas the rest are renters. Around 40% of properties in this part of the city were built in the 1960s and 1970s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960 and in the 1980s.
Primary schools and daycares are easy to access on foot from any location in Saint-Hubert. In contrast, high schools are not especially plentiful and consequently may require a rather long walk to get to. In addition to public schools, there are private elementary and high schools. When it comes to food, it is often an option for home buyers in this part of the city to purchase groceries by walking. A small number of restaurants and coffee shops can be found as well.
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