Dunbarton, Pickering, Ontario Real Estate and Homes for Sale
Roughly 90% of the population of this neighbourhood own their home and 10% are renters. The predominance of single detached homes in the housing stock of this area is an important part of its character. Roughly one quarter of properties in this part of the city were built in the 1980s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1990s. There is a higher proportion of four or more bedroom homes in this neighbourhood. Read more about Dunbarton real estate
Getting around by car is very easy in this area. It is very convenient to find a parking spot, and it is a short drive to the nearest highway, such as Highway 401, from anywhere in Dunbarton. On the other hand, the public transit service in Dunbarton is not especially frequent. Thankfully, there are a few bus lines traversing the neighbourhood, and the nearest bus stop is usually close by. There aren't many pedestrians out on the streets of Dunbarton, although carrying out daily needs is easy. Bicycling is also difficult in Dunbarton because the bicycling infrastructure is not very well-developed, and cyclists are faced with quite a few elevation changes.
In this part of Pickering, parents and their kids will generally be able to get to daycares and primary schools by walking. On the other hand, there are no high schools in Dunbarton. With respect to eating, home buyers in this part of Pickering will be pleased to learn that a grocery store is always only a reasonably short walk away.
The character of Dunbarton is exemplified by its relaxed ambience. This part of the city is quiet, as the streets are generally reasonably tranquil - although there are still several noisier sections, especially close to the railway line or Highway 401. Lastly, although this neighbourhood is not home to any green spaces, parks are very well-situated in nearby neighbourhoods, resulting in them being easy to reach from most locations in Dunbarton.