This charming, 4-storey building is situated on a tree-lined street just steps from the Barrie North Shore Trail and overlooks scenic Kempenfelt Bay of Lake Simcoe. The grounds are beautifully landscaped and St. Vincent Park and Kempenfelt Park are just a short walk away.
17 Blake Street, Barrie, Ontario
Ideally situated, this charming 3-storey building is situated on a tree-lined street just steps from the Barrie North Shore Trail and overlooks scenic Kempenfelt Bay of Lake Simcoe. The building is across the street from St. Vincent Park, which connects to Kempenfelt Park.
70 Blake Street, Barrie, Ontario
This well-maintained 4-storey building is surrounded by mature trees and backs onto over an acre of our own private forested land with walking paths.
12 Heather Street, Barrie, Ontario
The beautiful, renovated 7-storey Maplewood Place is near the intersection of Bayfield Street and Cundles Road in Barrie. This quiet building is surrounded by over an acre of our own private forested land with walking paths.
101 Kozlov Street, Barrie, Ontario
This quiet, well-maintained 6-storey building with underground parking is conveniently located close to highway 400, steps from public transit, as well as numerous restaurants. It is a short drive from the scenic Little Lake and not far from downtown Barrie.
1 Bernick Drive, Barrie, Ontario
Excellent location in central Barrie near Essa Road with easy Highway 400 access, this 3-storey building built in 2017 includes a beautifully-landscaped area complete with a playground and gazebo.
76 Ardagh Road, Barrie, Ontario
Barrie is situated on the western shore of Lake Simcoe and is within the northern part of the Greater Golden Horseshoe, a densely populated and industrialized region of Ontario. The city has over 141,000 people (2016 Canada Census) and is about a 45 minute drive from Toronto.
Downtown Barrie hosts many older buildings that have been kept up over the years or given new facades that exemplify their historical importance. Many specialty shops, boutiques, pubs and restaurants are located throughout downtown Barrie, most notably along Dunlop Street East. Downtown Barrie is home to numerous annual festivals and events including The Barrie Waterfront Festival, Barrielicious, Winterfest, Celebrate Barrie, Ecofest, Jazz & Blues Festival, Promenade Days, Ribfest and Craft Beer Show, Caribfest, Lawnchair Luminata, The New Music Festival, Barrie Film Festival, Santa Claus Parade and the New Year’s Countdown. The downtown is also becoming well known for its fashion boutiques, local art, live theatre, indie-music and nightlife scenes.
In the summer months, residents can enjoy several beaches including Minet’s Point Beach, Johnsons Beach, The Gables, Tyndale Beach, and Centennial Beach (which has a large playground). Wasaga Beach is very popular with residents and tourists alike. The paved waterfront trail is nearly 7 km long and is great for walking or biking, or cross country skiing in the winter. Boating is also very popular in Kempenfelt Bay and Lake Simcoe as it connects to the Trent Severn Waterway. Winter recreational activities include skiing, snow tubing or snowboarding at nearby Horseshoe Resort, Snow Valley, Mount St. Louis Moonstone and Blue Mountain, as well as snowmobiling and ice fishing.. The Elmvale Jungle Zoo, children’s theatre at Gryphon Theatre or Theatre by the Bay or skateboarding at the Queen’s Park Skate Park are all popular with children, as are numerous other local attractions such as farms, mini golf, go-karting, and bowling.
Barrie is served by the Simcoe County District School Board and the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board with schools in both English and French.