Developed in the 1950s, Windsor Park is a charming post-war suburb in Winnipeg’s French Quarter. With its gently winding streets and abundant green spaces, it’s easy to forget that this residential community is just a short jaunt away from the city’s most exciting attractions—not to mention the character-filled bistros and lively local businesses of St. Boniface. If you want to experience the very best that Winnipeg has to offer, Windsor Park is the place to be.
Along with neighbouring St. Boniface, Windsor Park has a higher proportion of bilingual residents and French speakers than you’ll find elsewhere in the city. Many of the families here have been in the area since the 1950s, though there are also a lot of young home buyers calling Windsor Park home.
Windsor Park residents are just a short drive from downtown, and they enjoy the lively energy that the city’s core provides. They frequently dine in nearby St. Boniface, home to some of Winnipeg’s trendiest eateries. Area families also make good use of local sports facilities such as Maginot Arena and the Windsor Park Nordic Centre (a cross-country ski park). Major city landmarks near Windsor Park include the Forks (a large marketplace and significant historical site) and the Human Rights Museum.
Home prices in Windsor Park tend to be a bit more affordable than the city’s average, making it a great neighbourhood for bargain hunters. You’ll find an array of single-family homes in the area, many of which were built in the 1950s and 1960s. There’s also a variety of condos available in the area, with a larger selection in nearby St. Boniface.
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