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Family Life in a Langford Condo

As affordability and availability of single family homes have risen through the last few years, attitudes toward family spaces are shifting. Condo living can be just as fulfilling for the progressive-thinking family as for anyone. 

Here are some considerations for families:
Space. Obviously the biggest challenge families have is rambunctious tots who move a lot, and all the accoutrements that go along with them — craft supplies, bedding, study spaces, books, and toys, toys, and more toys. There are numerous space-saving storage ideas out there which make modern life in smaller spaces possible and even enjoyable. If you are feeling particularly challenged, why not hire a clutter or storage consultant to help you maximize the space? It’s a small investment for a potentially huge gain.

Proximity to other families. It’s always nice when children are able to walk to a friend’s house, or have their friends over. You just can’t beat a trip down the hall or across the parking area. That’s not only convenient for the kids — parents of younger children are able to help each other out easily within a condo setting as well. 

Moreover, without all that land to take care of, and outdoor maintenance all cared for, condo living offers families the gift of time. Smaller spaces make for less to clean!

At Triple Crown, families are just steps away from the abundance of Florence Lake, with fishing, swimming, nature trails, and cycling paths all around. Langford is practically the epicenter of family activities for the Capital Region. In Langford you’ll find numerous parks, two public libraries, PlayZone, Tumblebums Play Centre, and City Centre Park with a bowling alley, ice rinks, sports fields, and lots of other amenities. On rainy days West Shore Mall also has an indoor play area for little ones. 

With convenient access to the highway, our location means all the services your family needs, in the whole region, are also just moments away.

Why not consider the advantages of life in a Langford condo?


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