Buying ahome in Scarborough is a great opportunity for those who want to combine the benefits of living in the suburbs and still being close to the urban centre. As a matter of fact, the value of detached houses in Scarborough's waterfront neighborhoods increased in the first half of 2015 due to the region's affordability and proximity to Toronto's Downtown.
Scarborough is a great place to settle and buy a home in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). With more green space than any other Toronto suburb, you can get more land in your house and still be close to parks and beautiful scenarios like Scarborough Bluffs and Rouge Park. Scarborough's neighborhoods have the perfect mix of rural and urban with excellent movability resources, such as proximity to schools, shopping centres (Scarborough Town Centre, Canada's tenth-largest shopping mall, is worth to mention), and restaurants, and easy access to the subway and GO Transit stations.
The location's houses and well-maintained urban landscapes attract younger couples and growing families as well as older retirees that are looking for a place to set up. The population is constantly growing, and today Scarborough has more than 600,000 people living in properties that vary from classic homes and semi-detached homes to modern condos and townhouses. With many public and private golf courses and entertainment opportunities, Scarborough is definitely the place where you can buy your next home.
Buying a home in Scarborough can give you every benefit of living in the suburbs and still having that urban centre feel, due to its proximity to Toronto's Downtown.With lots of green spaces, this location can offer great outdoor entertainment for your loved ones. You will be near every amenity that a great suburb location can provide.
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