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Multi Family Homes For Sale in Lexington, Waterloo

Multi Family Homes For Sale in Lexington, Waterloo

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The neighbourhood of Lexington is part of the city of Waterloo, Ontario, which is situated in the Kitchener - Cambridge - Waterloo metropolitan area.


The preferred method to move around in Lexington is usually a car. Coming across a place to park is quite easy, and it is a rather short drive to the nearest highway from any location in this part of Waterloo. However, the public transit system in Lexington is not very practical. Thankfully, there are a few bus lines passing through the neighbourhood, and it is very easy to find a nearby bus stop from most properties. Getting around by bicycle is easy in this area as there are a fair number of bike lanes. Walking is not especially convenient for home buyers in this neighbourhood because many daily needs are sometimes difficult to meet without having to resort to a car.


It is frequently feasible for property owners in Lexington to do their groceries by walking. A limited number of restaurants and coffee shops are available as well. When it comes to education, primary schools and daycares are easy to walk to from anywhere in Lexington. In contrast, there are no high schools in this part of the city.


The character of Lexington is exemplified by its slower-paced atmosphere. It is easy to reach green spaces from most locations in the neighbourhood since there are a few of them nearby for residents to discover. This area is also very quiet, as the streets tend to be very calm.


In Lexington, roughly two thirds of buildings are single detached homes, and the rest of the properties are mainly large apartment buildings and townhouses. This part of the city also has a selection of unit sizes; there is a higher proportion of three bedroom homes in this area. Roughly 80% of the dwellings in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners whereas the rest are rented. This neighbourhood did not experience a single building boom; the construction of new buildings in Lexington was spread throughout several decades in recent history.