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Land For Sale in South Plains, Kitchener

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South Plains

The neighbourhood of South Plains can be found in the city of Kitchener, Ontario, which is situated in the Kitchener - Cambridge - Waterloo metropolitan area.

Transportation

Commuting by car is especially convenient in South Plains. It is very easy to access a parking spot. In contrast, the public transit system in South Plains is not very accessible. Nevertheless, homeowners are served by a few bus lines. It is very impractical for pedestrians to get around in this neighbourhood because carrying out daily needs is very challenging by walking. Although cycling is better in certain sectors than others, the bike is a rather poor means of transportation in South Plains as the cycling infrastructure is not very well-developed, and the terrain is not especially flat.

Services

In all cases, a car is needed to shop for groceries. There are a few choices for those who care about restaurants within walking distance. As far as education is concerned, this part of the city does not have any high schools or primary schools. Furthermore, it can be very hard to access daycares on foot.

Character

The character of South Plains is exemplified by its calm atmosphere. Although this part of Kitchener does not contain any parks, public green spaces are badly-situated in nearby neighbourhoods, which makes it easy to reach them. Most areas in this part of the city are quiet, as there are generally low levels of noise from traffic.

Housing

The housing stock of South Plains is composed primarily of single detached homes and townhouses. This part of Kitchener also has a variety of housing size options; this area is particularly good for those looking for three bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy around 85% of the units in South Plains and renters occupy the remainder. Most housing in this part of Kitchener was built after the year 2000, during its largest construction boom.