Detached 4 Level Side Split - 4 Bedroom House For Sale!
List Price: $519,900
Nearest Intersection: Dynes Road To Sprucehill to Fenwick Place
516 Fenwick Place:This impressive 4 level side split is situated on a quite court in South Burlington. Walking distance to parks, schools, & shopping, features hardwood floors, eat in kitchen, 4 bedrooms, ground level family room with wood burning fireplace, fully fenced yard & more, tastefully painted & decorated. See it Today!
If you’re looking for the ideal mid - size city to relocate to, consider the family friendly city of Burlington, situated on the shores of Lake Ontario. This lovely and lively city that was once a town has a population of less than 200,000 residents and has maintained the same small - town charm that has always been at its heart.
Rated number one on the list of most livable cities (mid-size) in Canada by MoneySense Magazine, Burlington is proud of its unique blend of live, work, play opportunities that make it the stand-out setting for enjoyable living. Known for its vibrant community festivals and its beautifully maintained parklands and lakeshore, this city is an inviting choice for prospective home buyers.
Burlington features a mix of new and original neighbourhoods for you to call home, including the historic downtown core, Aldershot, Tyandaga, Roseland, Birdland, Millcroft, Headon Forest and Alton Village, just to name a few. Its local real estate market provides various living options for people and families of all ages – single detached homes, highrise builidings, freehold condos, bungalows, larger family homes, luxury homes or senior residences.
Only a short 45 minute drive from downtown Toronto and 20 minutes from Hamilton, Burlington is centrally located and a popular choice for commuters. With access to major highways running through the city and regular GO train service every 30 minutes, residents experience the ease of travelling to destinations in the Greater Toronto Area. Neighbouring cities including Ancaster, Waterdown and Oakville offer additional living options that are also in close proximity to the GTA.
Burlington is never short on fun activities and events for residents and visitors of all ages. This active community enjoys 4 indoor and 2 outdoor pools, 3 splash pads, 12 ice pads, 6 community centres and 9 golf courses. Its recreation facilities include a curling club, a lawn bowling club and multiple tennis clubs. With over 580 hectares of public park land, Burlington has plenty of open public space for team and individual sports, picnics, walks and time outdoors exploring nature.
Its proximity to the Royal Botanical Gardens, Bronte Provincial Park, Rattlesnake Point, Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment will entice you to explore other points of interest popular for hiking, climbing or just taking time to smell the roses.
Want to get out on the water? The newly built look-out at the Pier and Burlington’s Waterfront Trail provide perfect stops for lakeside visits. Both the Beach Park and LaSalle Park provide access to the water for activities that include paddling, sailing or swimming.
If arts and culture are what you’re looking for, visit Burlington’s new Performing Arts Centre or take in a movie in the park. The world-renowned Teen Tour Band perform at events in the city and surrounding areas throughout the year including the annual Santa Claus parade and at live concerts outdoors at Central Park. Community musuems and art galleries feature exhibits that focus on local history and artists. If you prefer a more hands-on approach to art, the Burlington Art Centre gives you the opportunity to get creative, with classes for children and adults.
Burlington loves a good festival, in any season. Come out for the infamous Sound of Music Festival and take in both local talent and international bands alike. This festival is widely considered to be one of Ontario’s best music festivals, bringing the community together for good music, good food and good times.
Residents also gather at Spencer Smith for Canada Day festivities, that include a strawberry social, games for the kids and evening fireworks. In winter, bundle up for a walk along Lakeshore where the Festival of Lights luminates the waterfront and rings in the new year.
Learn more about Canada’s most livable mid-size city. Contact realtor Lee Plouffe today to discuss making Burlington your home.
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