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Martin Grove Gardens

Part of the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area, Martin Grove Gardens is a neighbourhood within Toronto, Ontario.


Regardless of the mode of transportation, it is convenient to move around in Martin Grove Gardens. The fairly good public transit access allows people to get to many destinations without needing a vehicle as a consequence of a few nearby bus lines. Physically active home buyers will also welcome the walk-friendly character of Martin Grove Gardens; meeting daily needs is convenient. The bicycle is a rather limited method of transportation in this neighbourhood as the bicycling infrastructure is not very extensive. Nevertheless, there are a limited number of hills.


In Martin Grove Gardens, families will generally be able to reach daycares and schools on foot. Concerning eating, it is straightforward to get to the nearest grocery store on foot in this part of the city. A small selection of restaurants is available in this neighbourhood as well.


Martin Grove Gardens offers a calm environment and will appeal to those who enjoy spending time outdoors. The greenery in this part of the city is quite prominent as there are many tree-lined streets. Public green spaces are especially well-distributed and there are a few of them close by for residents to check out, which makes it very easy to reach them from most locations in Martin Grove Gardens. This part of Toronto is also quiet, as the streets are usually peaceful - although that is not the case close to Highway 401.


In Martin Grove Gardens, roughly three quarters of buildings are single detached homes, whereas the rest are mainly large apartment buildings. This part of Toronto is primarily composed of four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy roughly 80% of the properties in the neighbourhood and 20% are rented. A majority of the housing growth in this part of Toronto took place pre-1960.