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Barrie Real Estate for Rent
The city of Barrie is located to the north of the city of Toronto; hugging a bay that branches off of Lake Simcoe, Barrie is not just a pretty face. Featuring excellent amenities and more to do than you can shake a stick at, anyone interested in Barrie for rent will have their work cut out for them in trying to find any downsides to living here. How, you ask? Well first off, there are multiple beaches quite close to Barrie that you can lay on and relax or branch out into the lake and partake in some watersports. Secondly, there are lots of amazing golf courses scattered in and around Barrie (all quite accessible with a personal vehicle), and thirdly, Barrie is home to a great deal many shopping opportunities and little mom-and-pop shops to browse and enjoy. Going beyond all of this, Barrie also has some fantastic parks/greenspaces (with such examples including Centennial Park, Allandale Station Park, and Kempenfelt Park), as well as the Snow Valley Ski Resort (which can offer fun winter activities for everyone to enjoy). Barrie also manages to provide a theater for people to be able to check out all of the latest and greatest movies.
Barrie for rent provides prospective renters with a lovely diversity of unit types, ranging from low and mid-rise condominium units to various townhomes and lots of detached homes. With such an array of living styles available, Barrie can accommodate every type of renter. Transportation through the city is also made easy thanks to the multiple transit bus stops located throughout Barrie (with nearly all of its residential apartments/homes within walking distance of at least one stop), and the Highway 400 serves as the primary arterial highway that can allow people of Barrie to be able to get into the city of Toronto (in the event that they might want to go shopping or something among the much higher-end boutiques of said city). However, if the Highway 400 is taken northward, adventurous types will probably be thrilled to know that they can almost reach the shores of eastern Lake Huron far to the north, where the Highway 400 finally ends at the small town of Parry Sound and turns into the Trans-Canada Highway. Back home, Barrie also provides GO train service via both the Allandale Waterfront station and the Barrie South station (located not TOO far of a distance from each other either).
If you're interested in Barrie for rent, and you have children who you would need to enroll in school, then you'll likely be pleased to know that a healthy selection of wonderful elementary, middle, and high schools exist all around Barrie (including the esteemed Georgian College). Those renters who might have a medical condition or some other reason for requiring a pharmacy will find multiple pharmacies located all throughout the city. Some renters who'd love to play a bit of sports or be active in the overall community can check out one of the handful of community centers located in different spots throughout the city of Barrie. The city of Barrie also can provide renters with some larger shopping malls/centers that contain plenty of stores for the avid shopper to enjoy themselves at, while also providing either onsite or nearby access to restaurants, fast food places, banks, coffee shops, and more. Speaking of "onsite", life in such apartments as those belonging to the condominiums of Barrie also benefit from security services, not to mention the ability to befriend your neighbors and be a part of the community in that regard. Truly, Barrie has something for everyone; it just takes that first step into your next apartment to find out just what Barrie has in store for you!
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