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Graydon Hall

The neighbourhood of Graydon Hall can be found in the city of Toronto, Ontario, which is situated in the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area.

Transportation

Graydon Hall is very car friendly. It is easy to find a parking spot, and the city block layout is well suited for cars. The public transit system in Graydon Hall is practical. In particular, there are a few bus lines crossing the neighbourhood, and bus stops are not very far from most properties. Graydon Hall is not very bike-friendly as there is a considerable amount of elevation changes, and this part of Toronto has a quite poor bicycling infrastructure. There are also relatively few pedestrians out on the streets of Graydon Hall, even though most daily needs are convenient to meet without having to resort to a vehicle.

Services

It is easy to access the nearest supermarket on foot from any home in Graydon Hall. In addition, a restaurant is often just around the corner. With regards to education, families will find that wherever their home is located in Graydon Hall, schools and daycares are nearby.

Character

A highlight of Graydon Hall is its wide variety of green spaces. More specifically, reaching green spaces from most locations in the neighbourhood, like Moatfield Farm Park and Donalda Club, is very easy since there are a few of them close by for residents to explore. Residents will also find that the tree canopy coverage for most streets is good. This neighbourhood remains relatively quiet, thanks to the presence of relatively few pedestrians, although noise levels are higher closer to Don Valley Parkway or Highway 401.

Housing

Roughly three quarters of the properties in the neighbourhood are occupied by renters while owners occupy the remainder. The sizeable percentage of large apartment buildings in the housing stock of this neighbourhood is an important part of its character. About half of properties in this part of Toronto were built in the 1960s and 1970s, while many of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960 and in the 1980s. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of three bedroom and two bedroom homes.