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Bridle Path

The neighbourhood of Bridle Path is part of the city of Toronto, Ontario, which is located in the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area.

Transportation

The best method of transportation in this area is usually a car. It is very convenient to access a parking spot. The fairly good public transit infrastructure makes transit a viable option for many people as a consequence of a few nearby bus lines. Cycling is challenging in this area because there is a significant amount of hills, and there are few bike lanes. It is also inconvenient for pedestrians to navigate Bridle Path because common amenities such as post offices or banks can be an occasionally long walk away.

Services

House buyers in this part of the city typically have to turn to a vehicle to reach the closest supermarket. As far as education is concerned, parents and their kids will value that wherever their home is situated in this part of Toronto, primary schools are nearby. In contrast, there are only a limited number of high schools and therefore they can be an extended walk away.

Character

People who prefer a slower-paced ambience will enjoy Bridle Path. There is a very large amount of greenery in this part of Toronto as the tree canopy coverage for most streets is wonderful. The majority of locations in the neighbourhood have good access to public green spaces, including Sunnybrook Park and Glendon Forest, since there are a few of them nearby for residents to check out. Most areas in this neighbourhood are very quiet, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamour.

Housing

Roughly 95% of the dwellings in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners and 5% are occupied by renters. Single detached homes and townhouses are the main housing type in this area. Around 30% of homes in this part of Toronto were constructed pre-1960, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1990s. Although this neighbourhood is particularly good for those looking for four or more bedroom homes.