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Humber Valley, Toronto Real Estate Listings

38 Houses for Sale in Humber Valley, Toronto

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Humber Valley

The neighbourhood of Humber Valley is part of the city of Toronto, Ontario.

Transportation

Commuting by car is straightforward in Humber Valley. It is very easy to come across a place to park. This part of the city is also very transit friendly by reason of a few nearby bus lines. Humber Valley is not particularly conducive to cycling as riding is made arduous by the typically hilly terrain. Nevertheless, this area is home to a fairly good cycling infrastructure. Travelling by foot is also not very popular in Humber Valley, although most daily needs are convenient to carry out by walking.

Services

The nearest grocery store in this neighbourhood is typically only a rather short walk away. Likewise, Humber Valley is a good place in which to go out to eat, and a small selection of cafes is available as well. Concerning education, parents and their kids will welcome that wherever their property is located in this area, daycares and primary schools are close by. On the other hand, Humber Valley does not have any high schools. At the primary level, both public and private schools can be found.

Character

Home buyers who prefer a calm ambience will enjoy Humber Valley. Greenery is very prominent in this neighbourhood as there are a large number of tree-lined streets. It is very easy to get to public green spaces in the neighbourhood, since there are about 20 of them nearby for residents to explore, such as Scarlett Mills Park and Lambton Woods. This neighbourhood is quiet overall, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamour - however some parts can be quite noisy, especially closer to the railway line.

Housing

Single detached homes are the predominant housing type, representing around 45% of buildings in Humber Valley, while the rest are mainly large apartment buildings and small apartment buildings. This part of Toronto is primarily composed of two bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy around two thirds of the dwellings in the neighbourhood and one third are rented. This part of the city did not experience a single building boom; the construction of new dwellings in Humber Valley was spread throughout several decades in the twentieth and twenty-first century.