Welcome to Dartmouth, a stunning municipality on the Atlantic Coast of Canada. It is a stones throw away from Halifax which lies just across a harbour.
Dartmouth has many things to do such as: going to the Halifax Harbour, just visiting the city of Halifax, or walking and kayaking one of its many parks and lakes. As a matter of fact Dartmouth has been given the nickname City of Lakes because of the 23 surrounding lakes.
Dartmouth is divided into four neighbourhoods. The two neighbourhoods most populated with condos are Dartmouth Centre and Portland - East Woodlawn. The condos are for the most part Low-Rise units. However, Dartmouth Centre has a few Mid-Rise and High-Rise condos. Once you exit Dartmouth Centre the community becomes more rural and spaced out.
Last year, there were 100 Dartmouth condos sold. Based on these numbers, the city saw a decrease in the number of condos sold of -30% compared to the previous year. The average days on market for condos for sale in Dartmouth is 31 days, and the condos sold at an average sale price of $346,350.
Dartmouth is a fairly compact community and is easily accessible until you get to the very outskirts. Dartmouth's has a walk score of 33 and a bike score of 45. The transit system is not extremely developed but they have busses running and the Halifax Ferry to cross the harbour.
There are some great cafes near The Maristella at King's Wharf such as Cafe Marco Polo, Cafe 98 on Portland, and New Scotland Yard. Locals recommend eating at Il Trullo - they have great food! Do you love to be outside? There are great parks in Dartmouth Centre such as Cancer Survivors Daffodil Garden, Martins Park, and Wentworth Street Park. The closest pharmacy to The Maristella at King's Wharf is Lawtons Drugs Portland Street. There are always new exhibits and events happening at Lee's Public Art and See-more turtle. Many gyms and fitness centers are popular with residents of Dartmouth Centre. Some of these facilities are Breathe Mindfulness Centre, Dartmouth Yoga Centre and Brass Performance in Dartmouth Centre.