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Real Estate Listings For Rent in Brock, St. Catharines

7 Real Estate Listings For Rent in Brock, St. Catharines

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Brock

Located within the St. Catharines - Niagara metropolitan area, Brock is a neighbourhood within St. Catharines, Ontario.

Transportation

Brock is very car friendly. It is especially convenient to find a parking spot, and nearby highways, such as Highway 406, are reasonably easy to drive to from anywhere in this neighbourhood. However, the public transit service in Brock is not very frequent. Nonetheless, there are about 10 bus lines traversing the neighbourhood, and bus stops are ordinarily nearby. A majority of the houses for sale in this part of St. Catharines are located in areas that are not very convenient for walking because few common errands can be run on foot.

Services

Parents and their kids will value the proximity to primary schools, which are within walking distance from the majority of homes for sale in Brock. In contrast, this part of the city does not have any high schools. Concerning food, getting to the closest supermarket by walking is feasible for some, but not all, home buyers in Brock. There are also a limited number of opportunities for those who appreciate restaurants and cafes in close proximity.

Character

Brock is a good neighbourhood to buy a home in for those who prefer a slower-paced ambience. There are a few public green spaces close by for residents to explore and they are very well-situated, which makes them easy to access. This neighbourhood is also reasonably quiet, as the streets tend to be quite tranquil - although there are still several noisier sections, especially near Highway 58 or Highway 406.

Housing

The large proportion of single detached homes in the housing stock of Brock is an important part of its character. This part of St. Catharines is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy about 70% of the dwellings in the neighbourhood while the remainder are rented. Most of the housing growth in this part of St. Catharines happened in the 1960s and 1970s.