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Cape Horn

The neighbourhood of Cape Horn is part of the city of Coquitlam, British Columbia, which is situated in the Metro Vancouver metropolitan area.

Transportation

Cape Horn is very car friendly. It is straightforward to park, and it is a reasonably short car ride to the nearest highway, such as Trans-Canada Highway, from any location in this area. However, the public transit system in this part of Coquitlam is fairly poor. Nonetheless, there are a few bus lines, and most houses are very close to a bus stop. Cape Horn is not particularly convenient for walking since carrying out daily needs is sometimes difficult by walking. This part of Coquitlam is also not particularly appropriate for bicycling as cyclists encounter quite a few slopes. Thankfully, Cape Horn is home to a fairly good cycling infrastructure.

Services

Property owners in Cape Horn will appreciate that a grocery store is always only a rather short walk away. There are also a few options for those who value restaurants and cafes in close proximity. With regards to education, in Cape Horn, families will generally be able to access schools and daycares by walking.

Character

The character of Cape Horn is exemplified by its calm ambience. There are about 10 public green spaces nearby for residents to explore and they are very well-spread out, making it very easy to reach them. This neighbourhood is also fairly good for those who prefer quiet surroundings, as the streets are tranquil - however noise can be an issue closer to Trans-Canada Highway.

Housing

Many dwellings are single detached homes, making it easy to find detached homes in Cape Horn, while the rest are mainly duplexes. This neighbourhood also has a variety of housing size options - this part of the city is especially good for those looking for four or more bedroom homes. Around 80% of the units in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners and the rest are rented. About half of homes in this part of the city were constructed in the 1960s and 1970s, while many of the remaining buildings were built pre-1960 and in the 1980s.