Walnut HIlls has a great public transit system so you have the option of riding transit instead of sitting through the morning commute on the highway.
Many homes in Walnut HIlls are not currently occupied by owners. This neighborhood is home to a younger demographic, with many amenities and businesses tailored to this population. The residents of this neighborhood tend to have a below-average income, according to public data.
Buyers looking to move to Walnut HIlls can be optimistic in rising home values. The price appreciation last year rose 7.4 percent, from $179,090 to $192,271, allowing homeowners to benefit from a favorable, climbing market. Last year, this location featured 13 listings, and in this year, the number of homes for sale prominently increased to 15, a 15.4 percent escalation. You'll get a real sense of hearth and home with the real fireplaces offered in the properties around here, allowing you to stay warm on those chilly evenings. The historic houses in Walnut HIlls offer the chance to live with history; not only are they beautiful with details some modern homes just don't have, but they stand in grand, mature landscapes. Some of the kitchens in this neighborhood offer built-in stainless steel appliances that can be polished to a beautiful sheen with minimal effort.