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Being out in the countryside on lots and lots of farmland, Clarington is a haven for detached homes. If you are in the market for one of the Clarington detached homes for sale, you're in luck; literally almost any type of detached home you can think of is present in some way or another here (ranchers, mobile homes, bungalows, backsplits, cottages, sidesplits, multi-member family, duplexes, single, couples, and business entrepreneurs, and so much more). Living in a detached home in Clarington puts you not only out in the country to quite a degree, but it also manages to keep you close to all of the nearby big towns (in the event you need to go shopping, or you want to be able to enjoy a more urban experience for a while. Clarington is a sizable region that encompasses itself (as a village), as well as the towns of Newcastle, Oshawa, Bowmanville, Courtice, Orono, Leskard, Port Granby, even as far up as Peterborough. In combining all of the amenities, recreational activities, and sightseeing opportunities of these towns, you will not want for very much at all; plus, Clarington is easy to access thanks to the major roadways that pass through it.
Highway 35 is the primary roadway that helps Clarington be accessible; it stretches down to the Highway 401 in the south (giving you access to virtually any part of southern and eastern Ontario), and in the north, Highway 35 stretches all the way up past Gravenhurst way out by Algonquin Provincial Park to a little town called Dwight (before it merges with another major highway for that region). As you can see, investing in any of the Clarington detached homes for sale gives you incredible freedom in being able to travel throughout Ontario, but also the freedom to be able to stay home and live in relative peace and quiet out in the countryside. Concession Road 3, when taken westward, also provides direct access to downtown Bowmanville, while North Street, if taken south, can lead you directly into Newcastle. The Highway 2 (which runs through Newcastle and can be easily reached via Highway 35), if taken west, also provides direct access into the town of Oshawa (as it is also King Street East, the main road for that town). All in all, living in Clarington proves that you don't have to live right next to roaring traffic and towering skyscrapers to be able to have access to it all.
One of the most enjoyable benefits of a detached home is not only the fact that it's yours through and through, but also the fact that they usually come with very large yard space, as well as (most times if it's an actual house) good-sized garages. Detached homes are called so because they do not attach to anyone else's home and are completely individual structures (the most that would be attached to a detached home would be the aforementioned garage or similar). Living in any of these Clarington detached homes for sale gives you the ability to be able to enjoy living life in your own home (be it alone or with a family) and having the ability to call all of the shots regarding how you want to spruce up your home's interior and exterior (if you want to put gargoyle statues in your front yard, you've got no condo corporations or overall "landlord-esque" entities telling you that you cannot because it's a problem for others). Owning a detached home in Clarington also allows you to breathe easy and live an easier life without having to worry about extremely heavy traffic and police sirens and raucous individuals at all hours of the day; most of that goes away when you're indulging yourself in country-style living.
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