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Downsview is a neighbourhood within Toronto, Ontario, which is situated in the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area.


Downsview will appeal to property owners that appreciate several modes of transportation. With around 20 nearby bus lines, commuting by public transit is convenient in Downsview. This area is also reasonably suitable for walking; many day-to-day needs can be carried out without the use of a car. Biking is challenging in Downsview as riding is rendered arduous by the often steep terrain, and the bicycling network is not very extensive.


Parents and their children will appreciate that no matter where their home is situated in Downsview, daycares and schools are nearby. When it comes to food, the nearest supermarket in Downsview is usually only a reasonably short walk away. Likewise, a restaurant is often just around the corner, and property owners can enjoy a few cafes as well.


People who prefer a calm atmosphere will enjoy Downsview. Greenery is prominent in this part of Toronto; there are approximately 20 green spaces nearby for residents to visit, such as Roding Park and Mount Sinai Memorial Park, making it very easy to access them. Residents will also find that many tree-lined streets are around. Most areas in this part of Toronto are quiet, as there are generally low levels of noise from traffic - although that is not the case close to Highway 400 or Highway 401.


In Downsview, about one quarter of dwellings are large apartment buildings, and the remaining properties are mainly small apartment buildings, single detached homes, and townhouses. This part of the city has a good choice of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. The proportions of renters and homeowners are about even. Roughly 40% of properties in this part of the city were constructed between 1960 and 1980, while the majority of the remaining buildings were built pre-1960.