February 8, 2018
The benefits of living the urban (townhome) lifestyle.
Urban townhome living is not only trending, but thriving. With some of the benefits associated with condo-living, minus the density plus added space, an urban townhouse is the perfect equation for any potential homebuyer. Don’t believe us? Check out the reasons listed below to see why the grass truly is greener.
REASON 1: REDUCED MAINTENANCE LIVING
Interested in owning your own home but hate the maintenance that comes with it? Then urban townhome living is the perfect fit for you. Townhome condominium living allows individuals to own property while sharing the cost of maintaining common elements, like indoor parking, window cleaning, snow removal, and lawn care. All you have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy your new home.
REASON 2: A SENSE OF COMMUNITY WITHOUT THE DENSITY
Living within an urban townhouse community, like The Way, provides residents with a little slice of urban life, without the congestion or density of condos. From connecting with neighbours, to enjoying the surrounding amenities or simply exploring the new city you now call home, it’s urban living refined.
REASON 3: A SMART AND SAVVY INVESTMENT
Typically, urban townhomes are less expensive than free-standing houses. And although on top of a mortgage you will also pay maintenance fees, you will save money and personal time on household and community maintenance. With comparable finishing options to most single-family homes, and being located in high-demand areas like Erin Mills, an urban townhome is a perfect investment for your future. And, the perfect place to call home.
SEE WHY TOWN LIVING IS THE WAY
The Way Urban Townhomes is an intimate enclave of homes designed for living, located just moments from the corner of Erin Mills Parkway and The Collegeway in Erin Mills. The intelligent 2-storey home designs at The Way offer the best of new home living. Brought to you by the Sorbara Group of Companies, Metropia and Greybrook Realty Partners, The Way Urban Townhomes is your new way home in early 2018.