Colonial Acres Street View
In the northeast of Waterloo is a place which is remarkable to live in for both who are living there for years and for new comers in Canada. It has number of facilities available for their resident making it a suitable place in entire Ontario. Colonial acres is in the close proximity of Conestoga mall, St. Jacob and expressway and Northfield dr.
Homes in colonial acres are from two story to executive houses and the most expensive homes in colonial acres are behind the Conestoga mall because of LRT stop, as it provide convenience to the resident to reach nearby station that link Waterloo, Kitchener and Cambridge.
Light Rail Transit Station
It provides a way that is very much convenient to the resident of Waterloo to travel, it also aims to reduce traffic, protect environment of the region and limit road expansion which is the attraction for the residents.
It is at 550 King Street North. It is a marvelous place for shopping providing 130+ shops for shopping, also there are a lot more facilities available like trade areas, food courts, cinema and the heritage museum.
It is the insurance company of Canada. It is providing financial service. This offers you a help in financial assistance and have many packages for the residents.
Colonial Acres Homeowners’ Association
Colonial acres has an association similar to other neighborhood i-e colonial acres homeowners’ association. This association strives hard to ensure the well being of its community. They are involve in the maintenance of parks, community property and also arrange work parties so that families can meet and have a nice time with each other.
Colonial Acres Golf Course
Glenwood golf course provide an opportunity of resident of colonial acres have a golf in cheap fees rates and having golf instruction for beginners, juniors and advance experience players by Dale E. Ezyk, he is a PGA golf professional.
Colonial Acres does not have schools within its boundaries so that students have to go to the schools which are in close proximity to this neighbourhood. Schools for the children in colonial acres are Lester B. Pearson Public
School and St. Luke Catholic School and high schools are Bluevale Collegiate Institutes and St. David Catholic Secondary School.