High-rise condo in Barrie
In the famed Horseshoe Valley, a new chance to invest in a magnificent boutique property is forthcoming.
Freed Developments‘ latest condominium building near Barrie is called Horseshoe Residences. This pre-construction project is situated at 1101 Horseshoe Valley Road West, close to the intersection of Horseshoe Valley Road West and Highway 400. Horseshoe Residences will provide condominium ownership inside Horseshoe’s upscale resort. There will be 195 studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom with den, and two-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 427 square feet to 1,018 square feet. Located in a superb location, homeowners and guests will have immediate access to an abundance of outdoor activities.
Horseshoe Residences will be tucked away inside the tranquil landscape of Horseshoe Valley. This location is a year-round gem for outdoor enthusiasts. In addition, it is a fantastic chance for new condominium units to join the housing market in Northern Ontario. Within ten minutes of Barrie, homeowners and residents will have access to golfing, swimming, treetop adventures, spa vacations, and other activities.
The property is within a few minutes from Interstate 400, making it easy to leave the neighborhood. Barrie and Orillia, as well as other neighboring communities and downtown Toronto, may be reached in less than eighty minutes through commute. In addition, Barrie has good access to public transportation, including the GO and connections to Toronto and beyond.
Exemplary educational institutions in the region include Innisdale Secondary School, Bear Creek Secondary School, Unity Christian High School, Trillium Woods Elementary School, St. Nicholas Catholic School, and Mapleview Heights Elementary School. Due to the area’s excellent educational institutions, it is a popular choice for families. This college is also around 10 minutes away from Georgian College by automobile or public transit.
Close by are Chappell Farms, Heritage Park, and Heritage Estate Winery & Cidery. In addition, the site is near Georgian Mall, Maclaren Art Centre, and all of Shanty Bay’s natural beauty. This property is strategically and conveniently positioned near the city of Barrie in Simcoe County. Barrie has been a thriving urban hub with exponential growth for many years. Moreover, Barrie is abundant in natural characteristics. It is now brimming with urban amenities, residential areas, and employment opportunities, which has a good effect on the surrounding real estate.
At Horseshoe Residences, you will enjoy all the conveniences of a premium resort, including four-season facilities of the highest caliber and more. Suites with one to three bedrooms will have remarkable floor plans and decor. We expect an abundance of resort-style activities and facilities to be offered here. This may include a full-service spa, blue swimming pools, soothing saunas, resting spaces with fireplaces, gaming and entertainment rooms, and much more. In addition, residents will have access to the resort’s bar and restaurant, taphouse, brewhouse, and Alpine café, where they can get a quick lunch before hitting the slopes. A year-round outside chalet terrace is also accessible for relaxing by the fireplace or soaking up some sun.
Outdoor facilities may include an ice rink, additional fireplace loungers, and plenty room for unwinding in the great outdoors. It goes without saying that homeowners and guests will have access to alpine ski slopes, night skiing, ski rentals, bicycling, boat paddles, tubing, golf, and hiking paths. Here you’ll discover Ontario’s biggest snow tube hill with six lanes, 29 downhill ski and snowboard routes, seven chairlifts, 31 kilometers of groomed cross-country skiing trails, and fourteen downhill biking paths. Make the most of your visit by engaging in the most exciting outdoor activities in Horseshoe Valley’s beautiful natural surroundings.
Freed Developments is a group with the desire and foresight to become much more than just a development firm. By redefining the region over the last decade with new condominium developments, they have been essential in the regeneration of what is today the popular King Street West neighborhood.