Tyndall Park Real Estate

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Houses for Sale in Tyndall Park

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    • 2 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 1,156 Sqft
    • Single family
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    • 3 Beds
    • 3 Baths
    • 1,497 Sqft
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    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 1,040 Sqft
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    • 4 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 904 Sqft
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    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 760 Sqft
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    • 4 Beds
    • 3 Baths
    • 1,088 Sqft
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    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 788 Sqft
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    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 1,550 Sqft
    • 0.103 ac Lot Size
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Real estate roundup: Tyndall Park, Winnipeg, MB housing market overview

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NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE
TYNDALL PARK, WINNIPEG

Tucked into a corner of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Tyndall Park offers large homes and some townhome options in an area whose population has remained at a steady level over the past couple of decades. Community centres, parks, and small lakes provide plenty of opportunity for residents to get out and meet their neighbours while enjoying recreational activities. The area is bordered by major roadways and industrial parks, and provides some amenities such as schools, grocery stores, restaurants, and gas stations.

Tyndall Park is located in northwest Winnipeg, and spans from Oak Point Highway in the west to Keewatin Street in the east, and from Inkster Boulevard in the north to Selkirk Avenue in the south. The area is well established, and offers many opportunities for families to enjoy recreational pursuits. Tyndall Park features a diverse mix of people with various backgrounds, including Filipino, South Asian, Portuguese, and First Nations.

This neighbourhood started off as a suburban area several decades ago, and maintains a similar feel today, as it is located on the city’s outskirts and residents must travel a bit to reach larger shopping centres and the downtown area.

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Tyndall Park, Winnipeg

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Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

Vertical Adventures, located northeast of Tyndall Park, is Winnipeg’s largest indoor rock climbing facility and offers courses for youth, adults, and school groups. It also offers services for birthday parties, team building, and other group sessions. Southeast of the neighbourhood is Wheelies Family Roller Skating Centre, a venue that offers public and private roller skating, including for birthday parties and school groups, as well as roller skate rentals. Speedworld, located south of Tyndall Park, is an indoor go-kart racing track that is open to the public and available to book for private parties and events.

South of the neighbourhood is CF Polo Park Shopping Centre, which features clothing, accessory, home, gift, and beauty retailers, as well as a large food court with many dining options to choose from. There are a number of retailers and strip malls located around the mall, as well as many restaurants. The mall is also located next to Scotiabank Theatre, which boasts 1 IMAX screen, 1 DBOX screen, 8 3D screens, and 14 regular screens, as well as a gaming centre and 2 party rooms.

There are several locally owned restaurants in the Tyndall Park area. Alfie’s Restaurant and Billiards on Keewatin Street is a popular dining and billiards spot, and offers comfort food like soups and sandwiches served in an equally comfortable environment. Samosa Crown Sweets and Restaurant on Keewatin Street provides a variety of Indian options with their buffet, within a simply decorated space. Diners can find modern French cuisine at Creme DeL’Essence on Inkster Boulevard, with complex flavours offered in a relaxed venue. Tandoor House on Keewatin Street features brightly flavoured Indian dishes in a sleek atmosphere. A brightly lit space in the Philippine Canadian Centre of Manitoba is home to Salakot Restaurant, which serves up a variety of Filipino dishes.

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Neighbourhoods

Real Estate

Tyndall Park offers a mix of single-family homes, semi-detached homes, row houses, and smaller apartment buildings (fewer than five storeys). According to City of Winnipeg census information, the average price for single-detached homes in the area is slightly lower than the average price for single-detached homes in Winnipeg.

The population of Tyndall Park is 13,095 (as of the 2011 census), and this has remained steady for the past 20 years or so. Families make up 26% of the population here, 40% are couples, and 34% are single. The majority of housing is single-detached homes, most of which were built before 1990. The average annual income is $81,683, which is slightly above the average annual income in the city as a whole, and 46.4% of residents are university or college educated.

Neighbourhoods

Pollution/ Noise

There are no pollution problems in Tyndall Park, but homes closer to the major roadways surrounding the neighbourhood (Inkster Boulevard, Keewatin Street, and Oak Point Highway) have traffic noise, including semi-truck traffic on Oak Point Highway, throughout most of the day. Side streets farther away from these major roadways tend to be quieter.


Crime Rate

There are no pollution problems in Tyndall Park, but homes closer to the major roadways surrounding the neighbourhood (Inkster Boulevard, Keewatin Street, and Oak Point Highway) have traffic noise, including semi-truck traffic on Oak Point Highway, throughout most of the day. Side streets farther away from these major roadways tend to be quieter.

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Education

Schools

There are three primary schools in Tyndall Park: Stanley Knowles School, Garden Grove School, and Tyndall Park School. Older students from the area typically attend Sisler High School, located east of the neighbourhood.

Red River College’s Notre Dame Campus is the closest post-secondary option for residents of the neighbourhood, and is located south of the community. The University of Winnipeg is another option for those who choose to travel to the downtown area.


Public Transportation

Bus service in Tyndall Park includes Route 16 – Osborne-Selkirk, Route 28 – Brookside Express, Route 31 – Keewatin Express, and Route 77 – Crosstown North. Some of these routes provide access to Downtown, where routes to other areas of the city are available.


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Family Life

There are a number of parks in Tyndall Park, including Fairgrove Park, with a basketball court, soccer nets, and a baseball diamond; Kinver Park, with soccer fields and playground equipment; Tyndall Park, with baseball diamonds, soccer fields, basketball courts, playground equipment, and a wading pool; Haddon Park, with a baseball diamond, soccer nets, playground equipment, and ice rinks in winter; and Egesz Park, with soccer fields.

The Tyndall Park Community Centre holds events throughout the year, including fireworks for Canada Day and New Year’s, an annual fair with rides and games, a Breakfast with Santa event, and numerous dances for pre-teens and teens. The centre also offers dance and fitness classes, as well as programs in baseball, basketball, hockey, and soccer. Ice rinks in the winter provide space for hockey games and ice skating for the public.

Northwest of the neighbourhood is Little Mountain Park, which provides 160 acres of woodland and open greenspace for hiking, sports, and picnicking. The site was one of the earliest limestone quarries in the area, and one of the old quarries is now a pond. The park is home to a number of animals and birds, as well as many species of wildflowers and grasses. Next to the park is Little Mountain Sportsplex, which offers 28 softball diamonds, 6 soccer fields, 3 hockey rinks, and a rugby field. There is also a clubhouse with an onsite bar and grill.

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