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Biltmore, Jacksonville, FL Real Estate Trends
Learn about the Biltmore, Jacksonville, FL housing market through trends and averages.
Affordability of Living in Biltmore, Jacksonville, FL
The typical home value is $207,103
Homes are typically worth $132/sqft
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What Locals Say about Biltmore
At least 11 Trulia users voted on each feature.
- 100%Yards are well-kept
- 87%Car is needed
- 85%Parking is easy
- 75%It's dog friendly
- 66%Kids play outside
- 62%It's quiet
- 58%There are sidewalks
- 46%There's wildlife
- 43%Streets are well-lit
- 42%They plan to stay for at least 5 years
- 41%Neighbors are friendly
- 33%There's holiday spirit
- 31%It's walkable to restaurants
- 18%People would walk alone at night
- 16%It's walkable to grocery stores
- 10%There are community events
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"Dogs are safe in this neighborhood and if they get out they are returned quickly and safely don’t really care just want enough characters to get out of this "
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What's it like to live in Biltmore?
Biltmore is quiet, as there are usually low levels of noise from traffic - although that is not the case close to State Highway 9A or one of the railway lines. It is occasionally hard to reach green spaces in the neighborhood since they are distributed sporadically. Despite that, there are a few parks nearby for residents to visit.
What kinds of homes are available in Biltmore?
In Biltmore, many buildings are single detached homes, and the rest of the dwellings are mainly mobile homes. About one third of properties in this part of the city were built in the 1960s and 1970s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were built pre-1960 and in the 1980s. This part of Jacksonville is primarily composed of two bedroom and three bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy roughly two thirds of the dwellings in the neighborhood and the remainder are rented.
What are the schools, restaurants and shopping like in Biltmore?
A fraction of home buyers in this part of the city may be able to access the nearest supermarket on foot, while others will need another means of transportation. There are also a few opportunities for those who value close by restaurants and cafes. Concerning education, house buyers may consider it challenging to access high schools and primary schools as pedestrians.
What are the best ways to get around in Biltmore?
The car is very often the preferred method to navigate Biltmore. Finding a parking spot is quite easy, and the majority of real estate listings are a reasonably short car ride from the closest highway, such as State Highway 9A. In contrast, this part of the city is not very transit friendly. Nevertheless, the neighborhood is linked by a few bus lines. It is inconvenient for pedestrians to navigate Biltmore since very few daily errands can be run on foot.
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