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Spend more time living at RiverBend Golf Community

There comes a time when the search for a new home becomes about much more than a house alone — it becomes about the opportunity for a fresh start in a new home that enhances the lifestyle you want to enjoy now. At RiverBend Golf Community you’ll do just that – spend more time living.

What does that mean, exactly? It means you’ll spend more time playing, more time outdoors, more time with friends and family, more time dining, more time reading, maybe even more time doing yoga! The list goes on. Get rid of the lawn mower, the shovels and the stress of maintaining a large family home, because at RiverBend a team of staff does the work, and you delight in living on pristine grounds in a relaxed natural setting.

Located in west London, RiverBend is designed with active 50-plus adults in mind, nestled along the Thames River amid the lush Kains Woods. It’s a private and picturesque gated golf community with something for everyone.

At the heart of it all, the 28,000-square-foot clubhouse is the social hot spot of RiverBend. Enjoy a drink with your friends, catch a fitness class, or savour a delicious meal in the dining room, prepared by RiverBend’s award winning executive chef. The club also plays host to a full calendar of events and clubs organized by the social committee, alongside the RiverBend management team. Golfer, gardener, card shark, bookworm, or chef in training — rest assured there is a place for you at RiverBend Golf Community.

And of course the crown jewel, the immaculate 160-acre championship golf course is just steps from your door. Designed by renowned golf course architect Doug Carrick, the RiverBend golf course features rolling greens and quiet niches to master your swing. The RiverBend ProShop carries the most current golf equipment and apparel with a friendly and passionate crew of professional golfers to assist with all of your golfing needs.

And when it’s time to retire for the evening, your dream home awaits. All of the homes at RiverBend are built by the award-winning homebuilder and reigning local Builder of the Year, Sifton Properties Limited. When complete, the community will consist of approximately 450 homes, lining the quiet streets that meander through the golf course and ponds offering magnificent views. Whether you choose an attached villa style or detached single-family home, Sifton’s superior building standards and quality craftsmanship result in a home you’ll be proud of in a community you’ll be proud to belong to.

Now is the perfect time to shift your swing a little to the west! Make the move west to London and enjoy new home savings worth smiling about, with award-winning new homes starting in the mid $300,000s and special pricing on select lots. Purchase one of the first 20 inside lots and receive $5,000 in free upgrades and one-year free land lease.

SIFTON PROPERTIES
RiverBend Golf Community

Located at 2200 Jack Nash Drive, London, the Sales Centre is open daily from noon to 5 p.m..

(519) 657-4333
RiverBendGolf.com


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Destination Ontario – London Calling!

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Destination Ontario – London Calling!

By Cece Scott www.cecescott.com

Britain and Canada unite with shared namesakes

Incorporated in 1855, London is the largest municipality in southwestern Ontario and the 11th largest in Canada. Situated halfway between Toronto and Detroit, in the Windsor- Quebec City corridor, this trendy metropolis is positioned at the juncture of the Forks of the Thames. Home to many wonderful parks, including Victoria Park, Harris Park, and Fanshawe Conservation Area (Fanshawe Pioneer Village), London is also a regional hub for healthcare, education and the prestigious Western University.

Get your London on

If eclectic activities are high on your list, London is the place to be. Voted the sixth happiest city in Canada, (Jetpac City Guides, 2015), the city is also ranked the fourth best, large city to live in (MoneySense, 2016).

More than 160 years old, London is packed full of cultural experiences and fun things to do. In fact, the see-it, do-it, interactive music festivals, fairs, theatre, museums, and outdoor experiences – places London among the top summer destinations in North America.

It’s all about the beat

Summer in London is an extravaganza of music festivals, many of them centrally located in Victoria Park. TD Sunfest (July 6 to 9) is one of Canada’s largest music festivals, and embraces a cross cultural spectrum of music, dance and visual arts.

The popular Home County Music and Art Festival (July 14 to 16), with roots dating back to the 70s, features Canadian musicians and juried artisans showcasing original pottery, glass, jewelry, fine art, textiles and photography. A diversity of cuisine is served up by 30 featured food vendors.

The London Blues Fest (August 25 to 27) brings it home with megawatt talent. Last year’s performers included Sass Jordan and Downchild Blues Band.

Historical Legacies

The Banting House National Historic Site of Canada was home to Frederick Banting, the facilitator for the discovery of insulin (1920). Banting’s discovery continues to help millions of diabetics worldwide to live better, and more active, lives.

Afternoon tea at Eldon House

Eldon House, London’s oldest residence, is a prime example of Georgian and Regency architecture. Savour one of their special tea events while enjoying their gardens, considered some of London’s most beautiful.

Things to do and see

Outdoor enthusiasts should check out Boler Mountain, home of the London Ski Club and Boler Bike Centre. Skiing, tubing, biking and zip lining are all great seasonal options.

Museum London houses southwestern Ontario’s leading collection and presentation of visual arts. The permanent installation includes works by the Group of Seven, Paul Peel and Jack Chambers.

Zip lining at Boler Mountain

The Grand Theatre, opened in 1901, was built by Toronto entrepreneur Ambrose Small, whose ghost reputedly still haunts the theatre. The Grand’s illustrious list of performers include W C Fields, Sarah Bernhardt, Sidney Poitier and Leonard Nimoy.

London, known as the Forest City, has a reputation for loving trees, so it is only natural that they host the Tree Trunk Tour. Carvers create wooden sculptures carved from chain saws, chisels and power rotary tools, which are then varnished and displayed on public streets.

Grand Theatre

FAMOUS LONDONERS

If name dropping is your thing, author Emma Donoghue, whose novel, Room, won a 2015 Academy Award for its screen adaptation, lives here; as well as Scotiabank Giller nominee Joan Barfoot (Luck), and Man Brooker prize winner, Eleanor Catton (The Luminaries). For those old enough to remember, Guy Lombardo of big band fame, was also born here. And, for the youngin’s, The Biebs (yes Justin Bieber) was born in London.

Photos, courtesy londontourism.ca

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