Our clients are from all over Waterloo Region. Through our successful transactions and repeat business, we have established ourselves in many well known neighbourhoods throughout the community such as Westmount, River Oak Estates, Old Beechwood and Uptown Waterloo.
A character-filled neighbourhood featuring stately homes, sculpted landscaping and a backdrop of mature trees. Tear-downs are on the rise as more young families desire a new home on a mature lot.
Westmount Golf & Country Club sets this neighbourhood apart. This private club and 200 acre renowned golf course designed in 1929, features gentle rolling topography and mature trees. Other club features include four clay tennis courts, curling rinks, pickleball, superb dining, stunning outdoor patios overlooking the 3rd and 18th green and fairways, fitness programs, family activities and more. The club generously opens its grounds to the public in the winter months for cross country skiing and dog walking.
Older homes with charm and character on tree-lined streets are the mainstay of the Uptown. In recent years condo developments, both high-rise and mid-rise have been constructed. More approved condos are on the horizon.
Tear-downs are sought after in the vicinity of Uptown Waterloo. Residents love the convenience of walking to over 450 businesses including 90+ unique shops, live music venues, vibrant night life, a diverse food scene with everything from cafés and bakeries, to casual and fine dining with summer patios to enjoy.
The Light Rail Transit (LRT) system referred to as the ION, is an ideal transportation mode north and south connecting Waterloo and Kitchener.
The original section known as Old Beechwood, an award winning development was established in the late 1960 – early 1970 era. Beautiful and unique homes were built on a rolling topography. Mature 30 to 40 foot trees shape this section of Beechwood.
Several Beechwood neighbourhoods have since evolved and developed in different eras. Each section offering its own house style. Clair Lake, Clair Creek, parkland, walking trails, nearby schools are quality lifestyle enhancements.
Each Beechwood section has a neighbourhood community facility comprising of two tennis courts and a swimming pool featuring swimming lessons and lifeguards. Other neighbour inclusive activities are planned within each Beechwood community, offering social interaction.
Close to UW and WLU, Tech Park, Waterloo Recreation Centre, Waterloo Park, Beechwood Plaza, Coffee shops, Personal services, convenient to Uptown Waterloo.
One of Waterloo’s oldest, most desirable and established neighbourhoods, established around 1957. Two storey family homes, some in a Colonial Revival style and ranch style bungalows are found in this mature neighbourhood with old-growth trees.
Tear-downs are prized in this location. Oversized and sprawling 1/4-1/2 acre lots create a spacious and country-like room-to-breathe feeling. Not to mention immense privacy between neighbours. Dog-walking property owners and a nearby trail are a complimentary mix. Close to Conestoga Mall, retail amenities and parks.
Waterloo’s most prestigious neighbourhood of grand luxury homes. An architecturally designed collection of 21 exquisite homes on 1/2 acre lots in a naturally beautiful setting.
Private by design: trails, tennis court, water features and Emerald Lake, enhance the distinctive character of this development. Convenient to Kiwanis Park, the Grand River, expressway and family shopping needs and services.
An exclusive executive enclave on the east side of Waterloo, bordering the countryside with lush farmland vistas, blending country and city in perfect harmony.
A selection of estate homes, with convenient access to walking trails and undisturbed greenspace and two active parks, complete with playground facilities and sculpted landscaping.
Convenient to RIM park, Manulife multi-purpose recreation sportsplex, Grey Silo golf course and easy access exiting Waterloo via Northfield Drive for travel beyond Waterloo Region.
A sought after neighbourhood for growing families in need of a two-storey house and downsizers seeking a bungalow. The neighbourhood is a nice complementary mix of active families and retired couples often out and about walking their dog or cycling.
You’ll find a vast array of unique executive homes in Deer Ridge. You’ll discover Deer Ridge Golf Course, which is a private club bordering the Grand River. Deer Ridge is convenient to an array of amenities, restaurants, shopping, Hwy 8 and Hwy 401, ideal for commuting easterly towards Toronto or beyond, or westerly towards London.
A hidden gem. Stunning mansions on sculpted 1/2 acre plus lots, designed with a privacy factor. The elevation above the Grand River provides one of the most exceptional and picturesque vistas within Kitchener.
Convenient to shopping, personal services, movie theatres, restaurants, Waterloo Regional Airport, Chicopee Ski and Tube Park, Hwy 8 and Hwy 401.
Waterloo’s west side family-friendly development. Sought-after, highly regarded Laurelwood Public School has consistently been a selling feature for this neighbourhood for well-educated, high-tech professionals.
Laurelwood provides a nice balance of active living and relatively quiet streets. Close in proximity to Laurel Creek Conservation area, grocery shopping, Starbucks, University of Waterloo, Research and Tech Park, John Harper Library & Stork YWCA.
West Galt is a picturesque neighborhood nestled in the heart of Cambridge, Ontario, known for its unique blend of history, charm, and modern living. The neighborhood is home to a plethora of well-preserved heritage homes and buildings, showcasing various architectural styles from different eras.
Walking through the tree-lined streets, you’ll encounter beautifully restored Victorian-era homes, charming cottages, and elegant Georgian residences. These architectural gems provide a glimpse into the area’s rich past and offer a unique sense of character and history that’s hard to find elsewhere.
In addition to its architectural splendor, West Galt boasts a vibrant community spirit. Residents take pride in their neighborhood and often participate in local events, such as farmers’ markets and community festivals, which create a strong sense of belonging. The area also features parks and green spaces, making it an ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts and families to enjoy picnics, playdates, and leisurely strolls.
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