Lux Private Suite w/Lakeview + Parking


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This Lavish King Suite featuring Tufted bed with tons of natural light with a Lakeview. Elegantly decorated and fully equipped, it also enjoys a privileged location. Right next to Mattamy National Cycling Centre, mountain Roads, forest, hiking, and exhilarating trails. Minutes away to coffee, grocery stores, banks.

Spacious, sun-lit and sophisticated, residence presents a modern take on classic luxury. Elegantly decorated and fully equipped, it also enjoys a privileged location in the heart of Milton, Toronto. Right next to Go station, mountain roads, Mattamy National Cycling Centre, hiking, and exhilarating trails. Minutes away to coffee, grocery stores, banks. Guests will enjoy a spacious King bedroom, relaxing chair with a view of green garden and lake, full kitchen for home cooked meals, smart lock for extra privacy.

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Milton, Ontario, Kanada

Milton, ontario is Canada’s best-kept secret. Celebrating 160 years since inception, the town – named after British poet John Milton – was founded as a mill town and farming community in the 1830s. Today, its attractive mix of historic charm and state-of-the-art facilities, location in the heart of the Toronto-Waterloo innovation corridor, and expansive green spaces have made Milton one of the fastest-growing communities in Canada.

Residents enjoy an enviable quality of life, thanks an abundance of recreational and cultural activities.

Milton’s Mattamy National Cycling Centre is the only velodrome of its kind in Canada, and one of two in North America that meets top international standards. Built to provide a world-class cycling venue for the 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games, the multi-purpose recreation facility continues to be in high demand for community usage. The fitness studio offers an expansive view of the Niagara Escarpment, recreation programs for all ages and areas of interest fill the facility, and everyone from novice to high performance cyclists can be seen riding the track.

As part of beautiful Halton Region, Miltonians can enjoy nature at its best, hiking or biking through one of the Niagara. Escarpment conservation areas, or hitting the links at one of 8 premier golf courses.

Milton’s vibrant arts and cultural scene is rooted in a community of local artists and entertainers.

The Milton Centre for the Arts serves as the arts and cultural hub of the community. Opened in 2012, this state-of-the-art facility offers a year-round season of music, theatre, dance, and art exhibits, as well as other special events and community activities.

Named one of the Top 100 festivals in the province by Festivals and Events Ontario, the Downtown Milton Street Festival is always a summer highlight. Returning on Saturday June 3, this year’s community celebration is expected to attract more than 80,000 visitors for a day of live entertainment, food, vendors, and an assortment of family activities.

There are many reasons to discover Milton, and this highly-anticipated event is just one reason why it’s time to take a closer look.

Did You know?

- The Robertson Screw was invented in Milton by Peter L. Robertson
- Milton’s Mattamy National Cycling Centre is home to Canada’s National - Cycling Team and the Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame
- Milton is nestled on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO world biosphere reserve
- Milton is home to the Ontario Steam Era, celebrating 57 years in 2017

Things To Do In Milton

With Toronto and the rest of the GTA so close, the temptation is strong to seek out shopping and entertainment in the bigger city. However, not only is Milton teeming with amenities both old and new, the town has endless home-grown attractions to ensure that you don’t have to go far to make the most of your evening or weekend.

Enjoy Milton Heritage:
This fast-growing community is always close to its roots. Thanks to Milton being the seat of the former Halton County, much of the region’s heritage can be found right in the Town of Milton. Here are some regional history heritage sites and museums to choose from when you begin your expedition through local history:

The Halton County Radial Railway Museum is about 25 minutes west of the Milton core. At the museum, visitors can admire a large collection of local railway history and even take a ride on some! In addition to exhibits of essential railway equipment and vehicles, admission to the Museum also includes a ride on the two-kilometer electric railway and streetcar track. The Museum is closed over the winter, but a holiday-themed “Christmas on the Rails” in December is the perfect family-friendly send-off.

The Milton Historical Society provides a key link between past and present in Milton. Specializing in preserving local history and tradition, the historical society also participates in heritage-related community activities. From March to December, the society opens the doors of the Waldie Blacksmith Shop where visitors can watch Blacksmiths work, learn about the history of the craft in the region, and even take beginner and intermediate courses. Over the summer, the society also offers historic walking tours of the oldest areas and buildings in Milton which serve as great introductions to the city.

Take Part in Community Events:
Weather permitting, Milton’s Farmers Market is one the best ways to spend a Saturday morning in downtown Milton. The Market is a yearly summer staple, opening in mid-to-late May. For nearly 50 years, this outdoor market has been showcasing fresh produce, talent, and artisans from in and around the Town of Milton. If you and your family are looking for a fun activity, a specialty gift, or delicious local foods for a weekly grocery shop, keep an eye out for the opening season of the Milton’s Farmers Market.

Another popular summer attraction in Milton is the Downtown Milton Street Festival. This special event takes place annually on a Saturday in June. The festival offers community organized fun, live performers and entertainment, and plenty of local cuisine! Visitors to the festival can choose between dining at a Food Truck Zone or perusing the vendors lined along Main Street. The food options are one of the biggest draws to the festival, so why not try both? This local tradition is a great way to sample the best of what Milton has to offer.

Visit the Natural Attractions:
If you love outdoor activity, Milton, Ontario is one of the best places to live in the GTA! Betweens the beautiful views, the trails, the parks, and sites for family-fun, Milton offers something to enjoy for all-ages, in any season. Milton’s stunning natural beauty is largely thanks to its position on the Niagara Escarpment. Visitors and residents to any of Milton’s many parks can experience the views and biodiversity that make this region of Ontario so special. Milton operates six parks and conservation areas, Rattlesnake Point, Crawford Lake, Hilton Falls, Kelso Conservation Area, Mountsberg Conservation Area, and Robert Edmondson Park. These parks are popular spots in any season with trails, camping, and fishing opportunities in the warmer months and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and even snow-camping at some locations during the winter!

Looking for more seasonal activity? Visit one of the local farms that are open to the public! Pick fresh fruit and enjoy home-made goodness at Springridge Farm. Or take a relaxing walk through the fields at Terre Bleu Lavender Farm. As soon as there is snow on the ground, Glen Eden is open for business, providing a local hub of downhill skiing and snowboarding just 15 minutes outside the core of the city.

Top 5 Places to Eat in Milton, Ontario:

Finding your new ‘go-to’ takeout or family-night staple can be a daunting task when you’re moving to a new town. Thankfully, Milton has a wide variety of top-tier restaurants to suit everyone’s tastes. These five local restaurants with rave reviews are great places to start your culinary quest!

1. Tony Spiducci’s Ristorante
This first restaurant is known for wholesome, Italian meals at fair prices. The Ristorante is located in the Grand Chalet, a family-operated event venue that has been voted “Milton’s Best Banquet Facility” six consecutive times. They serve plenty of traditional Italian entrees, pasta, and their namesake specialty: Spiducci, a barbecued lamb skewer similar to a Shish Kabob. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.

2. Pasqualino
Looking for a restaurant in downtown Milton? Check out Pasqualino for fine Italian dining right on Main Street. They serve lunch and dinner daily with a Sunday Brunch special to end the week on a perfect note. Ingredient choice and presentation are prized as Pasqualino, so your meal will look and taste like a work of art. Each menu item is complimented by an extensive and award-winning wine list, too! Pasqualino is an overall gorgeous experience and one of the more expensive restaurants on the list, but not to be passed up for a special occasion or if you’re out to impress!

3. Marquee Steakhouse & Piano Lounge
Marquee is another of Milton’s prestigious restaurants with a reputation for a beautifully crafted atmosphere and stellar service. Open for dinner only, the standard menu is a haven for variety and bold flavours. The steak options are all popular favourites, but there are equally delicious choices for those who are not fans of red meat. To capstone the fine dining atmosphere, Friday and Saturday evenings are live piano nights.

4. Memphis BBQ & Wicked Wings
For a more family-oriented outing, consider Memphis BBQ & Wicked Wings. They are popular for their ribs and brisket, but also offer sandwiches, burgers, and killer sides like pulled-pork nachos! In fact, they are frequent competitors in Ontario Ribfests and have the awards to back it up. That’s not even covering the wings yet, since they offer either original smoked or fried wings with over 20 different signature sauces (varying on the heat spectrum from one-star to “Easy Guy… Don’t go there”).

5. Mama Mila’s Cafe
The list wouldn’t be complete without a cafe, so why not include one of Milton’s best? Located in the Thompson Square Shopping Plaza, Mama Mila’s offers pierogies, sandwiches, hot beverages, and homemade baked goods. This family-owned cafe is a great price point and a very popular place to grab a midday bite to eat. They are only open for lunch, but close at six on weeknights, so you might be able to squeak an early dinner in!

The not-so small town of Milton has seen a lot of growth and change over the last two decades. Milton, Ontario has managed to improve services, amenities, and convenience without changing the community’s robust natural beauty. If you are looking for a quieter GTA experience that still feels vibrant with family and community activity, then Milton should definitely be on your radar.

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