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Mississauga Freehold Townhomes
If you make the decision to go ahead and live in one of the freehold townhomes that can be found in the city of Mississauga, you will be able to experience the best that this city has to offer to you as far as its amenities, comforts, and recreational activities go (not to mention its accessibility). Any one of the Mississauga freehold townhomes for sale can be said to be close to the amenities thanks to the many major roadways that run through the region. Freehold townhomes differ from condo townhomes in that you not only take ownership of the home, but you take ownership of the land it sits on as well; you also can make any changes to the interior or exterior that you want without having to worry about a condo corporation telling you what you can and cannot do. No matter which freehold townhome you choose, you will find that you are living in an excellent location that is close to not only the amenities, but the recreational activities and comforts as well. You also will be able to make use of the many GO stations across the city as well as a way of getting around, but also going beyond the city (the stations are Cooksville, Dixie, and Erindale).
One of the best aspects of living in one of the Mississauga freehold townhomes for sale is the access to amenities. The Highway 403, the Queen Elizabeth Way, and Highway 401, despite all running west and east, still manage to give people access to every part of the city, as well as the cities beyond; Hurontario Street is a major street that bisects Mississauga and connects to all three of these highways, while Burnhamthorpe Road and Dundas Street cover most of the non-highway east and westward traffic. Bloor Street also begins near the heart of Mississauga, traveling eastward into Toronto and even past Toronto all the way to near Oshawa. Another important method of transportation is the public transit system; nearly every major roadway in Mississauga has bus stops on it, allowing you to forsake your vehicle for a trip on the bus to virtually any part of the city that you could want to go to at most times of the day. If you feel like heading out into the country, Hurontario Street continues on northward past Brampton all the way to near Owen Sound in the form of the Highway 10 (which is a considerable distance, but perfect for an extended daytrip).
If you should at all feel like shopping, then Mississauga will itch your shopping bone right to the very core, as shopping is Mississauga's proverbial "middle name"; an enormous wealth of shopping outlets and eateries are scattered all throughout the city, but the place where you can find the most is the intersection of Burnhamthorpe Road and Hurontario Street (considered to be the "heart" of Mississauga). Here, you will find the Square One Shopping Centre, filled with various high-end boutiques and unique outlets for all to enjoy and around it, you'll be able to find several restaurants/fast food places, a couple of gas stations, a couple of pharmacies, a movie theater, a couple of banks, a couple of coffee shops, a couple of LCBOs, and lots more. If all of that wasn't enough for you, using one of the above mentioned methods of transportation/accessibility can let you fully experience all that the cities beyond Mississauga will have to offer to you, regardless of which of the Mississauga freehold townhomes for sale you went and became the proud owner of. Toronto has plenty of unique and amazing amenities that can satisfy you for multiple days, along with the largest shopping malls in this entire part of Canada, not to mention the fantastic amusement park known as Ontario Place, as well as the famous Waterfront District.
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