Downtown has a plethora of wonderful restaurants, such as pizza, fish & chips and Mediterranean, so you're sure to find several that you love, whatever your budget. If you're looking for a fun night out here, you'll find plenty of places to socialize with friends or meet some new people. Whatever the day of the week, let yourself be whisked away by one of the various popular artistic and cultural hotspots such as music halls, museums and performing arts spots around Downtown. Instead of taking the car, quite a few people here prefer to get a healthy bit of exercise and walk to work.
A sizable number of residents don't actually own their homes in Downtown so in all likelihood there will be many new neighbors moving into the area over time. Running into people who have accumulated college degrees in this area is an everyday thing; they are not hard to find here. If you've not settled down with your other half, this might be a good area to move to as there are a lot of great single people around Downtown. Median annual income statistics for the community of this neighborhood are somewhat lower than the U.S. national average.
Home prices in Downtown didn't see much movement last year with a slight 3.8 percent drop in average listing price, but with a $366,727 average listing price this year, buyers can still enter the market with confidence. Concurrently, inventory remarkably rose year-over-year by a whopping 100 percent, from 4 to 8 for-sale listings. Individuals and families looking to move to this area have a much wider variety of options when it comes time to narrow search criteria and ultimately decide on a dream home. Residents who have young children or animals will be happy to know that many of the homes around here have beautiful and low-maintenance hardwood floors.