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Real Estate Listings For Rent in Fontainbleu, Windsor

8 Real Estate Listings For Rent in Fontainbleu, Windsor

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Fontainbleu

Part of the Greater Windsor metropolitan area, Fontainbleu is a neighbourhood within Windsor, Ontario.

Transportation

Walking is quite practical for property owners in Fontainbleu; many common errands can be run without having to use a vehicle. The public transit network in this part of Windsor is not very accessible. Thankfully, the neighbourhood is served by a few bus lines, and it is very convenient to get to a nearby bus stop from most residences. On the other hand, the favoured method to move around in Fontainbleu is very often driving. It is a reasonably short car ride to the closest highway from anywhere in Fontainbleu, and it is very convenient to park.

Services

It is a reasonably short walk to access daycares and primary schools from any location in Fontainbleu. On the other hand, there are no high schools in Fontainbleu. As far as eating is concerned, a supermarket is ordinarily accessible within a rather short walk from any location in this part of Windsor. A small number of restaurants and cafes are available as well.

Character

Home buyers who prefer a relaxed ambience will enjoy Fontainbleu. There are a few green spaces close by for residents to explore, including McDonald Park, and they are very well-situated, making them easy to get to from most locations in this area. This neighbourhood is also quiet, as the streets are usually tranquil - although that is not the case near one of the railway lines.

Housing

Single detached homes are the most common housing type, representing most buildings in Fontainbleu, while large apartment buildings are the main alternative in the housing stock. This part of Windsor has a good choice of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. About 70% of the units in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners and the rest are rented. The homes in this part of Windsor are quite old, because about one third of its dwellings were built in the 1960s and 1970s, while many of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960 and in the 1990s.