Transitions-Oakville, Burlington and Mississauga Real Estate Blog: November 2012

Real Estate blog about property, home buying and selling, life in Burlington, Oakville and Mississauga Regions of Ontario, Canada.

Alton Village Cornerstone Condos For Sale or Rent on Rotary Way

Alton Village Cornerstone Condos For Sale or Rent on Rotary Way.

The Cornerstone Community Condos on Rotary Way in Alton Village in Burlington offer the ideal lifestyle for single professionals, couples, retired folks and young families.

With a wide variety of shopping plazas and stores nearby,  the Alton Village condoCornerstone Condos on Rotary Way in Alton Villages are a perfect choice for healthy and convenient living. There are two supermarkets within walking distance, Fortinos and Longos, and also a Walmart Superstore for grocery shopping.

One of Burlington's walk-in medical clinics is directly across the road and there are plenty of fitness studios just a short stroll away.

Across the road you will find The Purple Heather Pub and a leisurely stroll will bring you to The Black Swan, a British style pub that serves great fish and chips and often has live music.

There are many new schools nearby and currently being built within Alton Village is a large community centre, library and high school.

The Conerstone Condos on Rotary Way offer a wide variety of styles and sizes. The townhouse condos are perfect for families and for those who wish to have their own garage and small yard.

Single people and couples will find the Alton Village Cornerstone Apartment Style Condos offer and elegant and simple lifestyle.
3060 and 3070 Rotary Way are twin buildings within the Cornerstone Community. There are 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom plus a den, 2 bedroom, two bedroom plus a den, two bedroom plus a loft and three bedroom condos in these two beautiful Rotary Way Condo buildings and all units have their own balcony or patio area.

Rotary Way in Alton Village is a quiet street and the Cornerstone Community is central to two major roads, Dundas Street to the south and Walker's Line to the West.

The Alton Village Cornerstone Condos look out over the Niagara3070 Rotary Way Condos in Alton Village Escarpment. This provices a wonderful opportunity for those who love to hike and view nature as the Bruce Trail, which runs along the Niagara Escarpment, is only minutes away.

3060 and 3070 Rotary Way Condos are quiet, extremely well-kept buildings with many units offering underground parking.
There is a party room available for those residents who would like to host a gathering and this is available to any resident who would like to reserve it in advance.

For those residents with children, 3060 and 3070 Rotary Way have a lovely playground and sand play area.

If you are thinking of buying or renting in Alton Village and would like more information about the Cornerstone Condos on Rotary Way, please feel free to contact me.
I would be happy to provide you with a list of what is currently available by email and also put you on an automatic update so you won't miss out on any units that become available.

The Alton Village Rotary Way Condos are a perfect choice if you are thinking of renting or buying in north Burlington.


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