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Burlington is the kind of city that is on the way to everywhere, but still has an excellent assortment of things to do and sights to see for those who choose to stay. Located between the cities of Hamilton and Mississauga, Burlington is home to the famous Burlington Bay James N. Allan Skyway, a large bridge that crosses from Burlington over into Hamilton. Being a major point of travel for traffic, traffic regularly passes through the southern part of Burlington; historically, prior to the bridge being built, trade still managed to flow through regularly, which caused Burlington to spring up from those trade routes. Today, lots of excellent real estate options have come available in the city as the city continues to grow, and if you invest in one of the Burlington condos for sale here, you'll be living in a highly accessible city, not to mention a friendly and accommodating city. Burlington has plenty of lovely amenities within easy reach (regardless of the condo you choose to live in), and transportation is a piece of cake, regardless if you're driving or you're on one of the transit buses. Plus, there are also a bunch of greenspaces throughout the city for you to enjoy as well.
The condo buildings of Burlington are available in a diverse variety of different types, from low-rises to mid-rises, and even a couple of high-rises, and all together, they can cater to an equally diverse range of tastes in condo living. As a plus, along the major roads of Burlington, multiple shops, restaurants, bistros, and other mom-and-pop style storefronts can be found; the commercial "heart" of Burlington can technically be said to be the intersection of Fairview St. and Guelph Line, for there are multiple stores (including a pharmacy, grocery store, and a bank) there, along with a shopping mall (Burlington Centre). Multiple schools are also dotted across Burlington, along with parks that have walking/cycling trails for the interested, and there are also two golf courses (Tyandaga Golf Course and Millcroft Golf Club) for those who wish to practice their swing. For those who buy one of the Burlington condos for sale, they'll get access to all of this, not to mention prime access to public transportation via the bus stops, as well as easy access to the Burlington and Appleby GO stations (enabling travel to farther places with the greatest sort of ease), be it by bus or by car.
Transportation throughout Burlington and beyond is actually quite easy; the Highway 403 (Queen Elizabeth Way) provides access to the Burlington Skyway (and by extension, Hamilton and St. Catharines) heading south, and Mississauga, Toronto, Etobicoke, Oakville, and Brampton heading north. Lakeshore Road also serves as a convenient (and very scenic thanks to Lake Ontario being right next to it) way of getting into the downtown core of Toronto, as Lakeshore Road becomes Lake Shore Boulevard upon reaching Toronto. If you take the time to invest in any one of the many Burlington condos for sale, you're going to be able to have access to virtually every facet of the region. Locally, the transit bus service does handle transportation along most of the main roadways in Burlington, allowing you to reach any of the city's amenities or to reach the various parks. You'll also have the benefit of being able to head to a handful of parks that sit right on the shores of Lake Ontario, allowing you to sit back and enjoy the cool lake breeze while also being able to simultaneously enjoy the benefits of the greenery (not to mention it wouldn't be very far from your condo at all).
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