Low-Rise/Townhouse in Burlington
Welcome to Smart-Style Urban Towns at the Aldershot GO Station in Burlington!
This four-story development features 233 three-story homes ranging in size from 1,621 to 1,645 square feet. ICON Architects’ designed these capacious townhouses, which contain exceptional craftsmanship, premium finishes by U31, and professional-grade technology.
If you’re looking for a modern vibe, this is the station for you! Go in style at Stationwest, where smart, open-concept 2 and 3-bedroom townhouses comprise an uber-connected and modern master-planned community.
StationWest Smart-Style Urban Towns is a new master-planned community near the Aldershot GO Station that offers contemporary, open-concept townhouses. Everyday amenities such as magnificent shopping centres, restaurants, grocery shops, entertainment venues, and family-friendly features such as school access, transportation linkages, greeneries, and much more will be within walking distance for residents.
This is the best place to live for people who appreciate the outdoors because it has everything from parks to recreational areas to trails and many more things. Nearby parks for picnics or sporting activities include Kerns Park, Bayshore Park, and Optimists Park. Also, there are shopping and entertainment opportunities nearby. Mapleview Shopping Centre is only 7 minutes away and is a modern 2-story mall with women’s clothes, a food court, some upmarket merchants, and more.
When you live in Stationwest, getting around is easier than ever, whether you’re on foot, by bike, or by car. For public commuters, the Aldershot GO Station is a few feet away if you need to get out of town fast.
101 Masonry Court is also a two-minute walk from the Aldershot stop on the VIA Rail Toronto-London, VIA Rail Toronto-New York, and VIA Rail Toronto-Windsor lines. Motorists will also appreciate the quick access to Highways 403, 407, and the QEW.
Families with school-aged children in StationWest Smart-Style Urban Towns have access to a diverse selection of schools, from kindergarten to post-secondary education, both private and public. Those looking to further their education can go to McMaster University, which is a 9-minute drive away, or Redeemer University, which is only a 16-minute drive away.
Investors will need to begin turning to Burlington because it is a contender for one of the GTA’s booming funding centres. Because the metropolis revitalizes regions around its GO Stations, known as mobility hubs, those regions are projected to attract talent, precise jobs, and monetary opportunity.