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213 Home St, Winnipeg, MB

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213 Home St

213 Home St is in Winnipeg, and based in the district of Wolseley. While Home St has 1 properties currently available, the area of Wolseley has 5 available listings. Wolseley makes up just 0.92% of the 542 total properties listed in Winnipeg. Residences in and around Wolseley list for an average of $269,240, or an estimated monthly mortgage of $1,252. By comparison, listing prices for homes across Winnipeg average out to $392,507. The neighbourhood around 213 Home St has more houses for sale than apartments.

Demographic Information

Life Stage

Young Couples

Employment Type

Service Sector/White Collar

Average Household Income

$83,867.24

Average Number of Children

1.08

Household Population

Household Structure

Age of Population

Education

Education Level

No certificate/diploma/degree

15.02 %

High school certificate or equivalent

18.32 %

Apprenticeship trade certificate/diploma

8.63 %

College/non-university certificate

9.85 %

University certificate (below bachelor)

3.73 %

University Degree

42.11 %

Commuter

Travel To Work

By Car

48.96 %

By Public Transit

16.24 %

By Walking

14.51 %

By Bicycle

13.93 %

By Other Methods

6.36 %

Cultural Diversity

Knowledge of Official Language

Mother Tongue

Building Information

Building Type

Apartments (Low and High Rise)

34.73 %

Houses

64.55 %

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Location of 213 Home St, Winnipeg, MB

Wolseley

Wolseley is a neighbourhood in Winnipeg, Manitoba, located in the west central part of the city It is named for field marshal Sir Garnet Wolseley, a British Army officer who came to Manitoba in 1870 t ...

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