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Oakville Freehold Townhomes
If you are interested in settling down in the city of Oakville, then you are in luck, for there are plenty of Oakville freehold townhomes for sale, and you could very well become the owner of one of them! One of the biggest advantages to freehold townhomes (and how they differ from condo townhomes) is that (in exchange for a slightly higher price tag) you not only get to buy the townhome itself, but you also become the owner of the land it sits on at the same time. In this fashion, you are allowed to do whatever you want to the home (you could paint it yellow and black, and nobody would be able to tell you to change it). Regardless of where you'd choose to live in Oakville though, you will still be able to have access to the best amenities in the city thanks to the large number of major roadways that pass through (such as Dundas Street, Burnhamthorpe Road, Upper Middle Road, Trafalgar Road, Ninth Line, and Neyagawa Boulevard). Living in Oakville, it's not only the roadways that make travel super-easy as well; you also have the public transit and the GO trains (the GO trains cover the south end of Oakville).
To live in any of the Oakville freehold townhomes for sale is to be able to embrace the freedoms one has when traveling around the city; accessing the "hub" of commercial amenities at the intersection of Dundas Street and Trafalgar Road allows you to be able to have access to such amenities as a couple of coffee shops, a couple of big box stores, a decent handful of restaurants/fast food places, an LCBO, a gas station, a pharmacy, a couple of banks, a couple of specialty stores, and a few other various mom-and-pop shops. If that's not enough, you also have a shopping mall called Oakville Place southward at the intersection of Trafalgar Road and Leighland Avenue (which contains plenty more amenities, including a few boutiques and the like for people to be able to check out). If you feel like taking a daytrip outside of Oakville to experience the amenities and recreational activities of another city, using the Highway 407 (a toll highway) or the Highway 403 to be able to head into cities like Mississauga, Brampton, Hamilton, and Toronto; you can even head out towards Scarborough, Vaughan, or Richmond Hill with smart use of the highways near Oakville (as well as the highways those ones connect to).
Transportation in and out of Oakville is very easy (especially for the fact you can come back to Oakville at day's end and relax in a beautiful fusion of rural and urban scenery), especially when you consider that the GO train runs through the southern part of the city; the Bronte, Oakville, and Clarkson stations are located respectively at the western, central, and eastern parts of the southern part of the city. In using the GO train, there is almost nowhere in southern Ontario you can't go via GO train. If you want to head into Toronto for the day and experience the famous Waterfront District or Ontario Place (a fantastic amusement park) or even just the high-end shopping centers, that's achievable via GO train. If you wish to go southward into Hamilton and check out all of the wonderfully urban and rural enjoyments there (as well as the historical destinations), you're more than welcome to do that to. No matter where you'd go from whichever of the Oakville freehold townhomes for sale you chose, you will be able to experience an accessible, amenity-laden city filled with green parks both in the city and down by the beautiful lakeshore of Lake Ontario.
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