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Burlington Freehold Townhomes
What a time to live in the city of Burlington! With the city always growing with new homes and new business opportunities ripe for the taking, you would thrive in investment for any one of the Burlington freehold townhomes for sale here. Amenities throughout the city are plentiful, as are the methods of accessing them. If you don't quite feel like driving yourself around the city to the various stores and such, you can very easily hop on one of the transit bus stops (most freehold townhomes here are located in proximity to at least one or two bus stops); by extension, you can use the transit bus to reach the Burlington or Appleby GO stations (which can help you travel much greater distances beyond the city limits). Another benefit to living in Burlington is that, be it by bus or by car, you will always be close to the amenities; grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, restaurants, mom-and-pop shops, bistros, and more all are within easy access; plus, Burlington is home to a great deal of parks and greenspaces, such as Millcroft Park, City View Park, and Spencer Smith Park (which has perfect views of Lake Ontario as far as the eye can see).
A freehold townhome is not quite like a condo townhome; for those of you are who are unsure as to the differences, a freehold townhome is quite literally "a townhome freely held by you, the owner"; there is nobody telling you what you can and cannot do to the inside and outside of the building, and you also get to own the land that the freehold townhome sits on... mind you, freehold townhomes DO tend to cost a bit more, but if you're looking to flip and resell the freehold townhome down the road, they also tend to sell for a higher price than condo townhomes. Freehold townhomes tend to also be slightly larger than condo townhomes thanks to the fact they aren't attached to each other (and therefore, have the room to be a bit bigger). Owners of any of the Burlington freehold townhomes for sale will be able to not only be surrounded by a friendly and inviting community, but they will also be able to make the decision to turn their freehold townhome into their forever home if they wished; freehold townhomes in Burlington can accommodate a diversity of families, from single families to couples to retirees to bachelors to even multi-member families.
It's no difficult feat to get around Burlington thanks to the inordinate number of highways and major roadways that can give them access to everything the city has to offer, as well as everything the nearby cities (like Mississauga, Etobicoke, Toronto, Hamilton, and Oakville) all have to offer too. The Highway 403 (Queen Elizabeth Way) is the primary highway that runs through the central part of Burlington, and major roadways like Guelph Line, Appleby Line, and Walkers Line all have on-ramps/off-ramps to that highway. Lakeshore Rd is another major roadways that connects from Toronto to Hamilton and passes right through Burlington along the shores of Lake Ontario. For any of those who become the proud owners of one of the Burlington freehold townhomes for sale, they will find that there is no shortage of easy access to transportation and roadways here whatsoever. A major attraction in Burlington that involves the Queen Elizabeth Way (branching away from the Highway 403 right before it gets to it) is the Burlington Skyway, a large 8-lane bridge that crosses over the Burlington Bay Canal and ends directly in the northern part of the city of Hamilton. Thanks to this Skyway, access between the two cities is much easier than having to go all the way around the bay on the Highway 403.
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