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Humber Heights

The neighbourhood of Humber Heights can be found in the city of Toronto, Ontario.


This area will appeal to home buyers that appreciate a variety of modes of transportation. This part of the city will draw active people because it is conducive to walking; many daily errands can be run on foot. Humber Heights is also reasonably conducive to bicycling since there are a fair number of bike lanes. House buyers can depend on public transit to move around in this part of the city. Residents benefit from a few bus lines, and bus stops are commonly nearby. Driving is also a very good transportation option in this part of the city. Parking is generally easy, and many real estate listings are a rather short car ride from the closest highway.


It is straightforward to access the nearest supermarket on foot from most homes for sale in Humber Heights. Likewise, those who like to eat in restaurants will have a good number of opportunities, and house buyers are served by a few cafes as well. It is also easy to access a variety of clothing stores on foot. With respect to education, in Humber Heights, parents and their children will commonly be able to access daycares and schools on foot.


Humber Heights offers a slower-paced atmosphere and will appeal to those who enjoy spending time in green spaces. The noise levels in this neighbourhood are quite low, as the streets are tranquil. Finally, this area also features much greenery as numerous tree-lined streets are prominent. Green spaces, such as Raymore Park and Chapman Valley Park, are especially well-spread out and there are a few of them nearby for residents to explore, which makes it very easy to get to them.


Single detached homes are the main housing type, representing most dwellings in Humber Heights, while large apartment buildings are also present in the housing stock. This neighbourhood offers mainly four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy around 80% of the dwellings in Humber Heights and the rest are rented. Roughly half of properties in this part of Toronto were built pre-1960, while most of the remaining buildings were built in the 1960s and the 1990s.