Terrebonne real estate guide & listings for sale
People who prefer a slower-paced environment will enjoy Terrebonne. This city is quiet overall, as the streets are quite peaceful - although that is not the case closer to one of the railway lines, Autoroute 25 or Autoroute Félix-Leclerc. Lastly, this part of the Greater Montréal metropolitan area also features not that much greenery; to be more precise, residents will find that relatively few tree-lined streets are around. Nonetheless, there are over 150 parks nearby for residents to visit, making it easy to reach them.
Driving is a great mode of transportation in this city. It is very convenient to park, and it is a rather short drive to the closest highway, such as Autoroute 640, from anywhere in Terrebonne. On the other hand, public transit users may find few choices in this part of the Greater Montréal metropolitan area by reason of the infrequent service. Nevertheless, homeowners profit from the Terrebonne Station with access to the Mascouche Line. There are approximately 40 bus lines crossing the city, and it is very convenient to reach a nearby bus stop from most residences. Terrebonne is not very conducive to walking because meeting daily needs is inconvenient on foot.
Roughly 30% of properties in Terrebonne were constructed following the year 2000, while the majority of the remaining buildings were built in the 1960s and the 1980s. Single detached homes are the most common housing type, representing most dwellings in this part of the Greater Montréal metropolitan area, but small apartment buildings are also present in the housing stock. Homeowners occupy roughly 80% of the properties in Terrebonne and 20% are rented. This city is primarily composed of four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes.
Parents and their children may find it difficult to get to high schools and primary schools on foot. In addition, it can be difficult to reach daycares as a pedestrian. Parents have the choice between public and private schools at both the primary and high school level. With respect to eating, some property owners in this part of the Greater Montréal metropolitan area may be able to access one of about 40 supermarkets on foot, while others will have to rely on a vehicle. A small selection of restaurants and cafes is available as well.
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