We’re often asked for walkable neighborhoods.  We’ve got the ability to search by Walk Score right here.  Scroll down below text here to see the homes and condos that rate 95 and higher.  You can adjust the search to your needs.  Walk Score says:

Walk Score Methodology

Walk Score measures the walkability of any address, Transit Score measures access to public transit, and Bike Score measures whether a location is good for biking.

The Walk Score methodology was developed with the Walk Score advisory board and has been validated by leading academic researchers.

Planners and Analysts: Learn about using Walk Score data in your research.

Walk Score

Walk Score

Walk Score measures the walkability of any address using a patented system. For each address, Walk Score analyzes hundreds of walking routes to nearby amenities. Points are awarded based on the distance to amenities in each category. Amenities within a 5 minute walk (.25 miles) are given maximum points. A decay function is used to give points to more distant amenities, with no points given after a 30 minute walk.

Walk Score also measures pedestrian friendliness by analyzing population density and road metrics such as block length and intersection density. Data sources include Google, Education.com, Open Street Map, the U.S. Census, Localeze, and places added by the Walk Score user community.

Walk Score®

Description

90–100

Walker’s Paradise Daily errands do not require a car.

70–89

Very Walkable Most errands can be accomplished on foot.

50–69

Somewhat WalkableSome errands can be accomplished on foot.

25–49

Car-DependentMost errands require a car.

0–24

Car-DependentAlmost all errands require a car.