Throughout these homes you will find the kind of features and finishes that distinguish quality. There will be rich stranded bamboo flooring in the main living areas and kitchens, and quartz countertops in the kitchens and bathrooms. The contemporary kitchens will provide generous spaces for those who love to cook and entertain, and feature attractive stainless appliances, including dual fuel ranges. The main living areas will have cozy gas fireplaces. All two bedroom homes will include generous same-floor storage. For peace of mind and convenience, each home will be allotted one secured covered parking spot.
NEIGHBOURHOOD INFO FOR SIDNEY:
The picturesque town of Sidney by the Sea is situated within the traditional territory of the WSÁNEĆ people on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. The community is located along the shores of the Salish Sea on the Saanich Peninsula, amidst the Gulf Islands with Mount Baker standing in the distance.
The population of Sidney is 11, 672. The mainly flat, walkable community is 5.10 square kilometers and the moderate climate makes it a year-round tourist destination. Sidney’s major economic drivers are manufacturing, retail and tourism.
Just a 20 minute drive from downtown Victoria, Sidney is home to the Sidney / Anacortes (Washington, USA) Ferry Terminal and just minutes from the Victoria International Airport and Swartz Bay, BC Ferry Terminal.
Sidney boasts many attraction and amenities including a scenic 3.6 kilometrewaterfront walkway, a historical museum, the Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea Aquarium, enchanting street statues and murals, Mineral World, a 420 ft. Fishing Pier with a thriving marine life Artificial Reef, a vibrant downtown boutique shopping district, and much more. Sidney's waterfront location allows for many other water-related activities such as boating, sailing, kayaking, diving and fishing.
The pedestrian-friendly downtown offers an excellent variety of stores, speciality shops and businesses providing unique products and personalized service. Sidney is Canada's only Booktown where you can enjoy many hours of browsing through new and used bookstores. Sidney’s restaurants offer a diverse assortment of excellent meals and cater to all tastes.
Sidney is alive with culture and entertainment, boasting its own Star Cinema with first-run movies and the Mary Winspear Centre providing meeting rooms, convention facilities and an exciting 315 seat multi-purpose Theatre for stage productions.
Enjoy special Town events, such as:
Sidney Days/Canada Day Celebrations;
Summer Sounds Concert Series in Beacon Park (Sunday Afternoons, July through August);
Sidney Street Market (Thursday Nights, June to August);
Sidney Fine Arts Show and ArtSea Festival; and
Lighted Boat Sail Past & Santa Parade.
Sidney is a wonderful place to visit and live, providing a high quality of life and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
The Parks Department is responsible for the maintenance of 24 parks in the Town, as well as 16 beach accesses, the Sidney Waterfront Walkway, park trails, and many neighbourhood pedestrian paths.
The beautiful flower planters and hanging baskets that adorn Sidney streets and sidewalks are also tended to by our Parks Staff. In addition, the Parks Department enforces Sidney's Tree Preservation Bylaw and makes recommendations on boulevard trees and trees on private property. All parks, trails and beach accesses are identified on the Parks Map.
The Parks Department also assists in the coordination of special events in Town parks. If you are interested in holding a public or private event in one of our parks, please complete an application form and forward it to the Engineering Department. Depending on the type of event and location, there may be an application fee and damage deposit. Please consult the Parks Use Policy for more information.
Neighbourhood information retrieved from: http://www.sidney.ca
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