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What do you think of when you imagine a detached home? Do you imagine a quaint cottage surrounded by beautiful trees and flowerbeds? Do you picture a little mobile home that provides the more affordable and simpler lifestyle that would be expected? Regardless of how you envision it, so long as you¿re not envisioning a townhome or townhouse or condominium, you¿ve nailed a detached home. Detached homes come in all shapes and sizes, and they accommodate multiple different types of families, such as couples, multi-member families, single families, bachelors/bachelorettes, business entrepreneurs, and many others. If you¿ve made the clever choice to invest in any one of the Hamilton detached homes for sale, you most definitely are going to get the cream of the crop, for the city of Hamilton has a lot to give to anyone who decides to live in this large and splendorous city. The detached homes of Hamilton are spread far and wide across the landscape, with most of the cottages and more ¿country-style¿ homes being on the outskirts of the city (but that doesn¿t mean you¿re not going to have good access to everything the city has to offer). Thanks to highways, transit buses, and the GO trains, accessibility throughout this city is very easy.
For all of the excellent places the detached homes of Hamilton are located, the multiple highways and major roadways of the city of Hamilton do wonders in helping to get around with a great deal of ease. The Highway 403 (which splits off of the Queen Elizabeth Way north of the city in Burlington) briefly goes through the western part of Hamilton before veering off to the southwest and eventually merging with the Highway 401 to head towards Windsor and Detroit. The Queen Elizabeth Way splits off and heads through the northern part of Hamilton before continuing on eastwards towards Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Lastly, the Lincoln M. Alexander Parkway is a shorter highway that connects the Highway 403 and Queen Elizabeth Way through the southern part of Hamilton, essentially forming a large circle of which the downtown core of Hamilton is placed in (along with some of its surrounding uptown). Two GO train lines pass through the northern and central parts of Hamilton, with the West Harbour station and Brampton GO Centre station respectively being the stops to get on/get off at. Thanks to all of these transportation methods, investing in one of the Hamilton detached homes for sale most definitely puts you close to everything at any time of day.
The amenities offered in the city of Hamilton serve to cater to literally every need one can think of. Along King Street and Main Street are the majority of the amenities (as those two streets are pretty much the ¿old quarter¿ of Hamilton, providing restaurants, bars/pubs, grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, gas stations, big box stores, schools, a public library, and several parks/greenspaces to make use of). Between everything that can be found here, purchasing one of the Hamilton detached homes for sale will, when combined with the transportation options, put you in very close proximity to any and every one of the wonderful amenities. Other amenities that can be accessed closer to the edges of the city are a pair of golf courses (King¿s Forest Golf Course and Chedoke Civic Golf Course), and at the intersection of Queen Elizabeth Way and Red Hill Valley Parkway (which is what Lincoln M. Alexander Parkway turns into when it curves northward), one can find a big and awesome water park called Wild Waterworks (a great way to cool off on the hottest days of the summertime). History buffs looking to check out a very old villa right on the shores of Lake Ontario can head to the intersection of York Boulevard and Dundurn Street North to find the wonderful Dundurn Castle.
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