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Wanless Park

The neighbourhood of Wanless Park is part of the city of Toronto, Ontario, which is located in the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area.

Transportation

Wanless Park permits property owners to get around by several alternative methods of transportation. Thanks to a few nearby bus lines, the reasonably good public transit access makes transit a viable option for many people. Wanless Park will also attract active home buyers since it is convenient for those who travel by foot; running daily errands is convenient, and a variety of businesses are quite close by. It is challenging to get around by bike in this part of the city since the bicycling network is not especially well-developed, and there is a significant amount of elevation changes.

Services

House buyers in this neighbourhood will value that a general and a specialty grocery store is always only a rather short walk away. In addition, there is commonly a restaurant or cafe in close proximity. Regarding education, it is a short walk to get to schools and daycares from anywhere in this part of Toronto.

Character

Home buyers who prefer a relaxed atmosphere will enjoy Wanless Park. This area features a very large amount of greenery as there are many tree-lined streets. There are a few parks nearby for residents to check out, making it very easy to access them. This area is reasonably quiet overall, as the streets tend to be reasonably tranquil.

Housing

Single detached homes are the most common housing type, representing most dwellings in Wanless Park, while small apartment buildings are also present in the housing stock. This part of Toronto offers mainly three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Roughly 80% of the population of this neighbourhood own their home and the remainder are renters. Most of the housing growth in this part of Toronto occurred pre-1960.