The 11 on CharlesFeatured
Upscale urban living in uptown Newmarket.
Welcome home to The 11 on Charles.
Step Into Urban Living
Newmarket has come a long way from its rural roots into a vibrant urban centre of its own within the GTA. Moreover, An exciting new vibe is changing the way people live, shop, play in Uptown Newmarket, poised to welcome this exclusive luxury enclave boutique townhomes!
Newmarkets Most Exclusive of Luxury Townhomes
The 11 On Charles is perfectly located in the heart of Newmarket. Walking distance to the Newmarket GO Train Station, Davis Drive Dedicated Viva Bus Line and The South Lake Hospital. Nearby is Highway 404, picturesque and pedestrian Newmarket downtown, Upper Canada regional shopping mall, theatres and adjacent to all the big box stores and shopping. In addition, Newmarket boasts a plethora of indoor and outdoor activities, parks and recreation to satisfy any active lifestyle!. Furthermore, Built by Luxury Custom home builder, RAM Contracting, all the quality and finishing will stand the test of time.
Newmarket Trails, Parks and Recreational Areas
The Town of Newmarket offers more 44 kilometres of walking and biking trails linking more than 20 kilometres of trail from East Gwillimbury through to Aurora. Newmarket’s vast trail system promotes a healthy lifestyle, reduces vehicle emissions by encouraging walking and cycling and brings the community together to enjoy the great outdoors. However, Learn more about Newmarket’s trails and bicycle paths in Newmarket. However, Throughout the Town, residents can enjoy a variety of outdoor recreational areas, including community and neighbourhood parks and parkettes. There are over 45 active parks and open spaces and over 800 acres of parkland in Newmarket! Moreover, Picnic areas, trails, playgrounds, soccer pitches, ball diamonds, tennis courts and basketball courts can be found in various parks throughout the Town. Furthermore, As part of the Town’s commitment to environmental sustainability, pesticides (insecticides, herbicides and fungicides) have been eliminated and culturally friendly practices have been adopted.