Condos in Dutton, Ontario
Breakdown by postal code areas in Dutton:
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Other cities in the area: Wallacetown, Glencoe, West Lorne, Shedden, Rodney, Southwold, Muncey, Muirkirk
Condos are unique buying experiences for Dutton, because like single-family homes, they come in many shapes, sizes and options. Aside from the various amenities that are available, condos generally come in one of three varieties: house, townhouse, or apartment style.
The most prevalent are townhouse and apartment style, so it is important to know the difference. Townhouse Dutton condos are generally more than one story, and usually come with a garage attached, or a garage somewhere on the property. Apartment-style are exactly like apartments as they have been converted at some point. So they will be one story with people above or below you, and will be smaller. Usually they will not come with a garage, and often only one parking space.
Ontario offers property for sale across many municipalities which have their own unique neighborhoods and mystique. Buyers looking regionally at property for sale in Ontario will have a wider choice in some real estate markets. In Toronto, for example, Cumberland and Bloor Street offers landmark homes as property for sale and Mount Pleasant and Bloor Street offers urban chic condominiums for sale compete for the same real estate buyers. A real estate agent in Caledon is going to be able to spot the buyer looking for homes for sale with two story oak staircases and the buyers looking for Yorkmills cul-de-sac luxury.
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