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Open Houses in O'Connor Hills, Toronto

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O'Connor Hills

Situated in the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area, O'Connor Hills is a neighbourhood within Toronto, Ontario.

Transportation

This neighbourhood enables house buyers to move around using several alternative means of transportation. This neighbourhood is quite suitable for walking; running common errands is convenient on foot. In contrast, getting around by bicycle is challenging in O'Connor Hills since there is a considerable amount of elevation changes, and the bicycling network is not very extensive. The fairly good public transit infrastructure allows people to get to many destinations without needing a vehicle as a consequence of a few nearby bus lines. The best transportation option in O'Connor Hills is usually driving. It is easy to come across a parking spot, and the majority of properties for sale are a short drive from the nearest highway, such as Don Valley Parkway.

Services

House buyers in O'Connor Hills commonly need a vehicle to travel to the closest supermarket. Nonetheless, getting to the closest pharmacy and thus some basic food items is generally straightforward. There is commonly a restaurant or cafe in close proximity. Concerning education, daycares and schools are convenient to get to on foot from most homes for sale in O'Connor Hills.

Character

The character of O'Connor Hills is exemplified by its slower-paced atmosphere. The greenery in this area is very prominent as there are numerous tree-lined streets. Parks are easy to get to since there are a few of them close by for residents to visit. This neighbourhood is also reasonably quiet, as noise from the streets and other parts of the city is rarely an issue.

Housing

In O'Connor Hills, around 40% of dwellings are single detached homes, and the remaining properties are mainly large apartment buildings, small apartment buildings, and townhouses. A majority of the housing growth in this part of Toronto took place between 1960 and 1980. This neighbourhood has a good variety of housing sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. The proportions of homeowners and renters are about even.