Homes & Properties For Sale In Northridge
Homes For Sale in Northridge, London, Ontario
The majority of the homes in the Northridge neighbourhood are solid single-family homes built in the 1960s and 1970s. Part of the neighbourhood is a newer development built in the late 1990’s to early 2000’s featuring modern townhomes, and single family homes. On Tennent Avenue, a single family development has even been built on the former site of Northdale Public School. There are various types of houses and properties for sale and for rent in Northridge, London, Ontario. This is the perfect neighbourhood for growing families, young and mature couples as well as retirees with the various styles of properties and homes.
Why Purchase A Home In Northridge, London?
Northridge is a thriving community with several commercial establishments nearby, including Masonville Mall, which is just west of the neighbourhood. You’re also close to Dalkeith Park and the Kilally Meadows Environmentally Significant Area, both of which have lovely green spaces. Families considering relocating to the neighbourhood will have a variety of schools to choose from. Northridge Outdoor Pool and Stoneybrook Recreation Field are ideal for active families located nearby the neighbourhood.
To buy a home in Northridge, London, Ontario, look through the listings on our website. To get started on your home purchase, contact Austin D. Titus – Realtor Broker at Century 21 in London, Ontario. Find the ideal home for your interests. Northridge is a beautiful London, Ontario neighbourhood. For you and your family, this is a great location in the forest city.
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With a population of over 400,000 people, London, Ontario is the largest city in Southwestern Ontario. London has traditionally combined all of the conveniences and benefits of larger urban cities with the calm and relaxing community atmosphere of a smaller city. Allow Austin D. Titus to assist you with your real estate needs, whether you’re looking to sell or buy. Austin D. Titus is an experienced real estate broker who can help you through every stage of the selling or buying process.
Questions & Answers
What style homes are in Northridge
The neighbourhood is commonly known for its bungalows and side-splits with the occasional two-story home. Most commonly the homes in the area feature 1000 to 1500 square feet above the ground level with 3 to 4 bedrooms and 1 to 2 bathrooms. As most homes in the area were built in the 1960s to 1970s, there have been some additional larger two-story homes built in the early 2000s and a townhouse complex built in the early 1990s known as Northdale Walk at 1478 Adelaide Street North, London, Ontario.
Is Northridge a good neighbourhood?
Northridge is one of London’s most well known and desired neighbourhoods. Many families, young couples, and retirees look to move to neighbourhood due to it’s quite atmosphere, family friendly environment, mature landscapes and proximity to numerous amenities. As more home buyers seek out mature neighbourhoods with larger lot sizes, the neighbourhood has seen an increase in home improvements and continuous development in the nearby communities. Making it a thriving neighbourhood.
What are the schools in Northridge?
There are three schools located directly in the neigbourhood that include Northridge Elementary Public School, St. Mark Catholic Elementary School, and Lucas Public Secondary School. The main Secondary School intake is Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School located in the Stoney Creek Neighbourhood just North of the Neighbourhood. One of the main reasons families seek to live in the neighbourhood is due to the desired school zones. To view a specific school zone during your property search, you can view find my school on Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) by clicking here or London District Catholic School Board by clicking here.
What are the amenities in Northridge?
Located in the North East of London, Ontario, there are numerous amenities inside the neighbourhood including Kilaly Meadows – a nature trail along the Thames River, Cricket Grounds, as well as numerous parks. The neighbourhood is also within 7 minutes drive to CF Masonville Place, 6 minutes drive to the Stoney Creek YMCA, 2 minutes drive to Stoney Creek Dog Park, and approximately 13 minutes drive to Downtown London, Ontario