Tsawwassen real estate guide & listings for sale
Home buyers who prefer a slower-paced environment will enjoy Tsawwassen. This reserve is quiet overall, as the streets tend to be quite calm - although that is not the case near the railway line. Finally, there are a few parks close by for residents to visit, making it easy to access them.
This reserve is an extraordinarily good part of the Greater Vancouver metropolitan area for getting around by car. Coming across a place to park is generally easy. However, the public transit network in this part of the Greater Vancouver metropolitan area is not very accessible. Nevertheless, the reserve is connected by a few bus lines, and bus stops are not very far-removed from most houses. Biking is challenging in Tsawwassen since riding a bike is made strenuous by the often hilly terrain, and the cycling infrastructure is not very well-developed. It is also very difficult for pedestrians to move around in Tsawwassen because almost no common errands can be run without having to resort to a car.
Roughly 40% of homes in Tsawwassen were built between 1990 and 2000, while most of the remaining buildings were built in the 1980s and the 2000s. Single detached homes are the most common housing type, representing roughly two thirds of dwellings in this reserve, whereas the remainder are mainly small apartment buildings. Homeowners occupy about 90% of the units in Tsawwassen and 10% are rented. This reserve offers mainly four or more bedroom and two bedroom homes.
A portion of home buyers in this part of the Greater Vancouver metropolitan area may be able to buy their groceries by walking, while others will have to rely on another means of transportation. There are also a few opportunities for those who appreciate nearby restaurants and cafes. Concerning education, there are no high schools and no primary schools in Tsawwassen. Furthermore, daycares are not plentiful and thus may require a very long walk to get to.