Let your children run and play in Elmwood, the safety here is world-class. Whether you're a regular commuter or just have the occasional need to get into or around town, the excellent public transport network in this area makes it easy.
If you like meeting new people, you're in luck; Elmwood sees a lot of neighbor turnover, due to the low percentage of owner occupants. This neighborhood has a younger-than-average population and continues to appeal to young families, young professionals and recent graduates. Public census and other data specifically indicate that the residents of this neighborhood typically earn lower average annual incomes in comparison to the residents of similar U.S. communities.
Living in Elmwood comes at a cost of $60,189. Home prices here marginally dropped 1.6 percent this year. Simultaneously, the number of homes on the market slightly fell from 67 to 63 - but buyers still have a fair share of homes to vet. For those who love to shop and not worry about finding a place to put your new purchases, the homes in Elmwood are very spacious and include large closets that will let you shop 'til your heart's content. There are quite a few homes in this area that have ceramic tiles decorating the kitchens, adding a stylish yet practical touch. Both residents and guests will enjoy the convenience of a centrally located hallway bathroom, as found in many homes in Elmwood.