Affordable retirement is within reach
If you’re looking for an affordable place to retire, without compromising on local charm and amenities, Elliot Lake might just be the answer. Here, you can reside in a friendly environment, with a plethora of natural attributes right outside your door, for as little as $517 per month.
Located in Northern Ontario, the City of Elliot Lake is situated midway between the cities of Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie. This modern city combines the hospitality of a small town with the services of a major urban centre. Just beyond the city centre, the pristine wilderness, along with thousands of lakes, provide countless opportunities for hiking, camping and world-class fishing. Outdoor enthusiasts, as well as those who are looking for a slower pace of life, have found exactly what they’re looking for in Elliot Lake – in addition to a very attractive price point.
For more than 25 years, the Elliot Lake Retirement Living Corporation has been offering contemporary rental accommodations – attracting thousands of retirees. Apartment rentals start at reasonable $517 per month, while townhomes are priced from $662 per month, and homes from $733 per month.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
Elliot Lake boasts an efficient transit system and a low crime rate, as well as 24-hour ambulance, fire and police services. Residents have access to a first-class hospital, and to a continuum of care. With more than 400 businesses, there’s a number of services and amenities to choose from. National retail chains include Foodland, No Frills, Canadian Tire, Pet Valu, Shoppers Drug Mart and Rexall, to name a few. In addition, the five major banks service the community, and independently owned restaurants and shops are local favourites.
In addition to the umpteen lakes that offer some of the best opportunities in Ontario for canoeing, boating, fishing and kayaking, there are two beautiful beaches within the community. Elliot Lake is home to a tennis club, a curling club, fitness centres and a municipal, indoor swimming pool, as well as cross-country, snowmobile and ATV trail systems. Inside the city limits, is the Mount Dufour ski area, and Stone Ridge at Elliot Lake – an 18-hole championship golf course.
The city has a dynamic cultural and arts community. The wilderness surrounding Elliot Lake is a natural canvas, and is well-represented by painters and photographers. Locals enjoy various clubs, community groups and associations, as well as drama, dance, music and pottery classes – to name a few.
Elliot Lake Retirement Living Corporation is offering a Discovery Tour of Elliot Lake. The tour includes city highlights and available properties, in addition to a free night at the Hampton Inn. Book a second night for just $50 (plus tax) and take the time to imagine your retirement years in blissful comfort.