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The neighbourhood of Inkster-Faraday is part of the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, which is situated in the Greater Winnipeg metropolitan area.


This neighbourhood enables property owners to move around using a diversity of means of transportation. This part of Winnipeg is quite conducive to those who travel by foot; carrying out daily needs is convenient by walking. Inkster-Faraday is home to a good public transit infrastructure. Homeowners are served by a few bus lines, and it is very easy to get to a nearby bus stop from most homes. Commuting by car is also easy in Inkster-Faraday. Nearby highways are reasonably easy to reach from any location in this neighbourhood, and it is convenient to park.


House buyers in Inkster-Faraday will appreciate that a grocery store is always only a very short walk away. Likewise, a restaurant is often just around the corner, and residents benefit from a few cafes as well. With respect to education, families will appreciate the proximity to schools and daycares, which are within walking distance from vast majority houses for sale in Inkster-Faraday.


The character of Inkster-Faraday is exemplified by its relaxed ambience. This area is very quiet overall, as noise from the streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue. Lastly, there are a few parks nearby for residents to explore and they are especially well-situated, which results in them being easy to access from the majority of locations within Inkster-Faraday.


The predominance of single detached homes in the housing stock of Inkster-Faraday is an important part of its character. This neighbourhood offers mainly two bedroom and three bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy around three quarters of the units in Inkster-Faraday whereas the remainder are rented. This area experienced its biggest construction boom before the 1960s, so most of the available housing stock is from this time period.