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      Vanier Court 27 and 40 Vanier Drive, Guelph, ON

      These suites may disappear before the snow does. Call Timbercreek now, while there’s still a good selection of upgraded suites!Two Bedroom Apartment from $1510 Freshly painted and professionally cleaned, your home is move-in ready. Suites feature upgraded finishes and bright living areas. Kitchens are equipped with brand-new appliances, laminate flooring and backsplash. Sip your morning coffee on your own private balcony while enjoying the views of the city. With a location this convenient, who needs a car? You'll be close to the University of Guelph, Stone Road Mall, grocery stores, restaurants, parks, community centres and public transit! Bright suites feature upgraded finishes, new appliances and ceramic flooring, plus private balconies. Even better, there's a new state-of-the-art fitness facility and media/social room. Centrally located near the University of Guelph, minutes away from Stone Road Shopping Mall and in close proximity to all that you need, this location can t be beat. Grocery stores, cafes, restaurants, parks and community centres are within walking distance as is public transportation.

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      19 Kay Crescent, Guelph, ON, Canada Guelph, ON N1M 3V9

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      90 Silvercreek Parkway North Guelph, ON N1H 7H6

      At Avalon on the Parkway in Guelph, ON, luxurious condo-like suites and impressive building amenities offer something for everyone. Young professionals, families and mature adults love that Avalon on the Parkway offers condo-like amenities with the ease and affordability of apartment living. Come and enjoy our newly renovated apartments and wide variety of amenities. Apartment Features Balcony Carpet Great Views Refurbished Kitchen Stainless Steel Appliances* Freshly Painted Units Laminate Flooring* Heat and water included, hydro and parking extra Building Amenities 24 Hour Emergency Service Courtyard / Gardens 2 Elevators Fitness Center Laundry Facilities On Site Staff Pool Media Room Secure Entrance Storage Visitor Parking Upgraded Common Areas Rental Office Tennis Court Basketball Court Community Room Area Attractions Shoppers DrugMart No Frills Food Basics Petsmart Willow West Mall Winners Leons Moores Cineplex Odeon Zehrs Beer Store LCBO Costco RBC Petro Canada / Esso stations Turlte Jacks Stone Road Mall Margaret Green Park: licenced off-leash dog park Good Life Fitness Please feel free to call our Customer Care Coordinator for more information or to set up a viewing. *Select suites. Ask Customer Care Coordinator for full details. E. & O. E. for more detail click here Pictures & virtual tours may vary, please contact the rental agent for specific details and to view the unit. E&O.E.;

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      24 Sullivan Crescent Guelph, ON N1K 1X8

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      Vanier Court 27 and 40 Vanier Drive, Guelph, ON

      Large Two Bedroom Apartment from $1355 Freshly painted and professionally cleaned your home is move-in ready. Suites feature upgraded finishes and bright living areas. Kitchens are equipped with brand-new appliances laminate flooring and backsplash. Sip your morning coffee on your own private balcony while enjoying the views of the city. Be Home Free at one of our communities today! Sign a 1-year Lease and be entered to WIN YOUR RENT FREE! Find Out More: www.timbercreekcommunities.com/behomefree With a location this convenient, who needs a car? You'll be close to the University of Guelph, Stone Road Mall, grocery stores, restaurants, parks, community centres and public transit! Bright suites feature upgraded finishes, new appliances and ceramic flooring, plus private balconies. Even better, there's a new state-of-the-art fitness facility and media/social room. Centrally located near the University of Guelph, minutes away from Stone Road Shopping Mall and in close proximity to all that you need, this location can t be beat. Grocery stores, cafes, restaurants, parks and community centres are within walking distance as is public transportation.

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Named in honour of the British monarchy, Guelph has been dubbed The Royal City – and the town takes this nickname seriously! To live up to it, Guelph has positioned itself as a sophisticated arts and cultural hub. There are a number of local arts venues, cultural events, and festivals, including the famous Hillside Festival. The town takes pride in its many parks, as well as the downtown core, which features cafes, boutiques, and several gorgeous churches. Locals know there’s another side to Guelph though. A university town, Guelph has a large party scene, dominated by students. In fact, at one point, the running joke in town was that Guelph had one barstool for every two people in town – and just as many seats in the pews in the many churches!

Housing Market

Guelph’s north end is the most affordable part of the city, especially now that the southend is being increasingly seen as a bedroom community for Toronto. In terms of rentals, the north end tends to be more full houses or rooms in houses – though there are a few affordable apartment buildings. The area around Riverside Park offers a lot of senior housing. The south end tends to be student housing by the university and more expensive, suburban-esque places closer to the highway. This latter group is being marketed hardcore to Torontonians who want to escape the city to raise their families. Rents used to be excellent in Guelph, but they are shooting up with the growing development, so don’t wait long if you want to get a good price on your place!

Typical housing type:

Loads and loads of detached homes.

Side note:

Guelph is in the midst of a major shift. The southernmost part of town is really feeling like a Toronto suburb now. There’s also a growing geek community, with places like ax throwing spots and gaming cafes popping up throughout downtown. As younger residents take over the town, expect a major shift in not just housing prices, but Guelph’s culture.

downtown rental building in Guelph

Average Rent Prices in Guelph

Avg. rent by housing size:

Bach/studio: $1,200

1-bedroom: $1,341

2-bedroom: $1,774

3-bedroom: $1,795

Avg. rent compared to other Canadian cities

Guelph is 24% higher than the Canadian average

Residents

There are two major groups living in Guelph: university students who are there throughout the school year and townies. Students tend to be younger, quite diverse, and with lower incomes. They often are focused in the University of Guelph’s dorms or in student housing in the southend of the city. Most of these students then clear out in the summer, returning to live with their parents for a few months before launching into their next year of studies – and parties. In terms of the townies, you’re looking at more of a blue rinse crowd, with the largest population sitting over 65. Retirees enjoy the slower pace of life in Guelph, as well as the town’s refined charm. There are – shocker – large British and Scottish communities in and around the city. While many locals have children, most of them have grown up and moved out. But expect this to all shift in the coming years as Guelph becomes the next bedroom community for Toronto, bringing in a wave of younger, more diverse residents.

Perfect for: Retirees with a love of the arts and students at U of G.

Not-so-perfect for: Young families and those who hate even a whiff of pretension.

Guelph house rental neighbourhood

Life & Style

Life in Guelph depends on the circle you run in. If you’re a student, it’s all classes, clubs, and pubs – of which Guelph has many. If you’re a parent, there are plenty of family-friendly events and activities that’ll keep you busy. You’ll likely spend a lot of your time at the children’s department of the main branch of the library and at the West End Community Centre. Retirees tend to congregate in the area around Riverside Park – which has a seniors’ centre and a lot of senior housing, at the mall during the day, and downtown. Arts and cultural events tend to bring Guelph’s many communities together. The summer is the best time to catch these events, including the Multicultural Festival, Ribfest, and Hillside. There’s even a yearly pirate festival!

Guelph Eramosa river

Neighbourhood

Head to the south to find the university and Guelph’s only major shopping centre, Stone Road Mall. Clubs are generally relegated to the southern part of downtown, while pubs are sprinkled throughout the city. Located downtown, the River Run Centre is the largest arts venue, while the hockey arena is close by. Public transit also uses downtown as its hub. The north end is the place to go for the big box stores, as well as for things like mini-golf, bowling, and curling. Libraries and pools are in every quadrant of the city. There are a number of schools in the north end – and some quiet streets that are perfect for families. For restaurants, head downtown. And don’t forget to check out Eric the Baker for dessert!

Guelph bridge park downtown

Landmarks:

Guelph Civic Museum

Church of Our Lady Immaculate

University of Guelph Arboretum

McCrae House

Donkey Sanctuary of Canada

Guelph Market Square

University of Guelph Observatory

St. George’s Anglican Church

Royal City Church

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