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The neighbourhood of Westminster can be found in the city of London, Ontario, which is situated in the Greater London metropolitan area.


This part of the city is very car friendly. Nearby highways, such as Highway 401, are easy to reach from anywhere in Westminster, and it is especially convenient to find a parking spot. In contrast, Westminster is not very transit friendly. Nevertheless, there are a few bus lines traversing the neighbourhood, and most properties are very close to a bus stop. Westminster is not very suitable for walking because few common errands can be run without needing to resort to a vehicle.


A fraction of home buyers in Westminster may have the option to do their groceries by walking, while others will have to use another means of transportation. There are also a limited number of choices for those who value close by restaurants and cafes. In terms of education, parents and their kids may consider it challenging to access high schools and primary schools as pedestrians. Moreover, daycares are not particularly abundant and consequently not always within walking distance.


Home buyers who prefer a relaxed atmosphere will enjoy Westminster. This neighbourhood is quiet overall, as there are usually low levels of noise from traffic - although that is not the case closer to the railway line or Highway 401. Finally, it is easy to get to public green spaces from most locations in the neighbourhood, since there are around 10 of them close by for residents to visit, like Glen Cairn Park and Marr Drain.


The predominant housing types in Westminster are single detached homes and townhouses. This part of London also has a variety of housing size options - this area is particularly good for those looking for three bedroom homes. About 80% of the dwellings in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners whereas the remainder are rented. Most of the housing growth in this part of London took place between 1960 and 1980.