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Townhouse at Oakville
In 2020, the project was completed. The Cabot Townhomes have four units. The size of the homes ranges from 2512 to 3194 square feet.
The rustic design present in the heart of Downtown Oakville, particularly the historical section just south of The Cabot development, was an inspiration for architect William Hicks of Hicks Design Studio.
Because of the use of cedar shingles on the walls and architectural features on the front, the four Townhomes blend in with the scale and character of the neighbourhood.
The town of Old Oakville is one of the most beautiful and picturesque in the Greater Toronto Area. It is a lakeside suburb with several waterfront parks and promenades offering lovely strolling and picnicking opportunities with stunning pristine beaches.
Furthermore, Old Oakville is also known for its historic downtown shopping district, several prominent schools, dining options, transportation services, and beautiful residential streetscapes lined with old-century homes and historic plaques.
The Oakville Go Station is accessible for Cabot Townhomes residents. Commuters may take the bus or train from this busy transportation hub at 214 Cross Avenue. Riders heading to Toronto enjoy the Lakeshore line train service.
Motorists have easy access to the QEW and the 400 series roads, which connect them to communities throughout the GTA.
The development’s proximity to many educational institutions is also a point to consider. Hillside Public School, Walden International School, Chisholm Academy, and John Knox Christian School are all within walking distance.
Furthermore, the University of Toronto Mississauga is approximately a 20-minute drive from the property.
Residents of Old Oakville are often affluent, as it is one of the most expensive communities in the GTA. A popular routine is strolling along the Lakeshore, which has numerous great coffee shops, bakeries, pastry shops, clothing boutiques, home décor businesses, and restaurants.Trafalgar Village, a tiny outdoor plaza on the borders of the neighbourhood, and Oakville Place, an indoor shopping mall with over 100 brand name stores, are two more shopping options.
Boats are also an important element of Oakville’s history and present. The Oakville Club, located at 56 Water Street, is a private club that has been around for almost a century. While yachting and sailing are still at the club’s heart, members now have access to tennis courts, a swimming pool, a fitness center, a clubhouse, a lounge, and restaurants.
The Cabot Townhomes are a four-unit townhouse complex by Rock Cliff Custom Homes with two or more stories. The project, which is located at 336 Robinson Street in Oakville’s Old Oakville area, was finished in Winter/Spring 2020.
The architect was inspired by Downton Oakville’s historic district and used cedar shingle on the walls, low garden brick walls, split facades, heated drives, and landscaping features suggestive of a courtyard in The Cabot Townhomes.
Rock Cliff Custom Homes has been providing luxury custom builds and remodels for over 20 years in the GTA region primarily in the Oakville, Burlington, and Mississauga areas. We also service clients in the Muskoka region. Rock Cliff Homes has extensive experience that includes both traditional and contemporary new builds, restoring Heritage homes, and providing luxurious solutions for renovations.