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Shoreacres, Roseland & Elizabeth Gardens

Shoreacres, Roseland & Elizabeth Gardens Shoreacres, Roseland & Elizabeth Gardens

Shoreacres 

Has a host of advantages that make it an attractive place to live, like the eloquent townhouse complexes & architecturally unique homes that produce a wonderful mix so different from the current developments being built. Some of the nicest properties in Southern Ontario are located on Lakeshore Road with a picturesque view over Lake Ontario. Walking through this wonderfully established neighbourhood is truly a “walk in the park”. 

Roseland

Is one the most prestigious areas in Burlington. This area is close to the lake offering very mature lots and tree lined streets, where custom built homes, extensive renovations or additions are evident. This area still offers “fixer uppers” giving buyers an opportunity to enter this area, or builders to tear down and start a new project. The homes are a mixture of old charm and modern luxury. Architectural styles vary greatly, thus making Roseland an area that holds appeal for nearly every buyer.

Elizabeth Gardens

This area is located in the south-east section of Burlington and is a very mature area with great shopping and long term residents. Truly a great community, with only a short stroll from the beautiful waterfront of Lake Ontario. This high end residential neighbourhood provides many styles of architecture but is considered one of the most desirable places to live in Burlington. The homes are generally large and so are the lots! Pride of ownership is evident throughout the neighbourhood with its well-manicured lots & an attractive curb appeal with close proximity to the GO Station. Lush and conveniently situated, this neighbourhood is filled with detached single family properties on large, park-like lots with a nice mixture of deciduous and coniferous trees. The homes of Elizabeth Gardens were mostly built in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Styles include: bungalows, 3 and 4 level side splits, 2-storeys, and back splits.

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