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Oakville Condo Profile: Oakridge Heights | 40, 50 & 60 Old Mill Rd, Oakville

April 29, 2010

Oakridge Heights Condos – 40, 50 & 60 Old Mill Road, Oakville, Ontario

Area: Central Oakville
Style: Mid-Rise Condo Apartment
300 Condo Units – Built in 2000 by United Lands
Price Range: $205,000 – $949,000
Bedrooms: 1 – 3
Approximate Size: 800 – 2600 sq.ft.
Condo Fees: $280 – $749/month
Condo Fee Includes: Water, building insurance, exterior maintenance, parking and common element maintenance.
Parking: Underground, visitor outside surface
Pets: Yes, dogs ok
Heat: Electric, Forced Air
Building Amenities: Indoor pool, sauna, fitness room, billiard room, hobby room, party/meeting room.
Condo Units Sold in 2009:  43 condos sold
Condo Units currently available: 6 (updated April 30, 2010)



Comments: Oakridge Heights Condominiums are located on Old Mill Road, situated high above Oakville’s 16 Mile Creek. This centrally located condo complex is close to downtown Oakville and Lake Ontario with excellent access to the QEW and is within walking distance of the Oakville GO station.  This upscale condominium community is made up of three buildings, each 10 storeys high with 100 luxury condos.

The buildings are well designed with a diverse mix of condo sizes.  The condo suites in Oakridge Heights feature generous floorplans with expansive windows and terraces that take advantage of the panoramic views of the 16 Mile Creek ravine, downtown Oakville and Lake Ontario.

Many condo suites have upgraded finishes that include: hardwood floors, upgraded kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, built-ins, upgraded tile and marble flooring.

For more information on this condo building or to find out what is currently available contactRyan Chelak, Broker by email or click here to fill out the automated request form.  Ryan is a licensed Real Estate Broker with Town-City Realty Limited, Brokerage and has been listing and selling condominium properties in Oakville, Mississauga and throughout the GTA for more than 10 years

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. May 6, 2010 8:00 am

    Fantastic real estate blog post! Pictures are worth thousands of words, it’s nice to see the attention to detail from your end. Thanks

  2. May 9, 2010 1:03 pm

    I check out a condo at 40-60 and the first and last ting i noticed as i was in the parking underground was cracks in the cement and also water was seepping in around the drain pipes on the east wall on the lower parking level

    • May 9, 2010 9:05 pm

      Thank you for the comment. Without seeing exactly what area you’re talking about I can’t comment specifically. Cracks in concrete are quite common and generally surface cracks. These items of concern are best reported to the condominium corporation management. They will have maintenance report forms to complete to address maintenance issues like these. I know in some older buildings it is quite common to have significant repairs to repair/reinforce concrete in underground garages. Road salt can very quickly accelerate the deterioration of concrete. Most condos power wash their underground garages in spring and fall.

      Thanks,
      Ryan

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