Condos are becoming increasingly more popular and it’s no wonder—whether you want to buy your first home or downsize and enjoy low-maintenance living, owning a condo may be just the right fit for your lifestyle. A truly versatile option, condos offer homeowners many features besides their well-appointed suites.
Often condos come with their own amenities for residents to enjoy. Fenelon Lakes Club, for example, includes an outdoor pool and living space, two tennis and pickleball courts, a fitness studio, day dock access for homeowners along Cameron Lake, a games room and lounge and more. Many condos also offer a bookable party room with various features to conveniently host any larger celebrations you may want to have.
Condos are often located in central areas offering a lot of opportunities to explore your new hometown outside your building. Our upcoming community, The Brix, is in charming and historic downtown Creemore, full of fantastic eateries, shops, and experiences to keep you busy for years to come.
Living in a condominium means you can meet and get to know some fascinating people and create a unique community that is unmatched when living in a subdivision. Enjoy shared amenities spaces or even share a quick conversation while grabbing the mail—many condo complexes even host barbeques and parties where you’re sure to create lifelong bonds and memories.
Living in condos of any height offers homeowners the opportunity to enjoy a bird’s eye view of their neighbourhood—or the beautiful and rare surrounding greenspace. Pictured is the fabulous view that will be enjoyed by homeowners at Fenelon Lakes Club. Situated on the shores of Cameron Lake, homeowners can wake up every day to a view of the lake before spending the day taking advantage of all the wonderful benefits of lakeside living.
In some cases, condos can be a more affordable option than a traditional house. Condos are typically more affordable than houses because they don’t require the same kind of upkeep and are often economical in price in comparison. Typically located in central areas, this type of housing typically allows for easier access to public transit and local businesses, also saving time and transportation costs.