Malden, Windsor, Ontario Real Estate and Homes for Sale
Homeowners occupy roughly 95% of the dwellings in the neighbourhood and 5% are rented. In this part of the city, about 80% of buildings are single detached homes, while the rest are mainly townhouses. This part of Windsor did not experience a single construction boom; the construction of new dwellings in Malden was spread throughout several decades in recent history. This neighbourhood also has a selection of unit sizes; there is a higher proportion of three bedroom homes in this neighbourhood. Read more about Malden real estate
Driving is very often the favoured method to get around in this neighbourhood. Parking is easy, and many homes for sale are a short car ride from the nearest highway, such as Highway 401. On the other hand, public transit users may find very limited options in Malden by reason of the low service level. Nonetheless, the neighbourhood is linked by a few bus lines, and most residences are near a bus stop. Travelling on foot is not very practical for residents in Malden as carrying out daily needs is at times challenging.
A vehicle is usually required in this part of the city to access the closest supermarket. A limited selection of restaurants and cafes is available. With regards to education, this neighbourhood does not contain any high schools or primary schools. Furthermore, parents may find it challenging for their children to access daycares on foot.
There is a broad selection of green spaces in Malden. There are a few parks close by for residents to visit, including Ojibway Tom Joy Woods and Tall Grass Heritage, and they are very well-distributed, making it very easy to get to them. Finally, it remains relatively quiet in this part of the city, thanks to the presence of very few pedestrians.