Welcome to The Masters
Selected as Condominium of the Year 2010 Finalist by the Canadian Condominium Institute, The Masters has been a unique home to families for more than 35 years.
Only four architectural designs like it in the world! It’s almost like being on permanent vacation when you reside in any of the 498 uniquely-designed two-storey, split-level or bungalow suites situated on 11 acres of award-winning landscape, adjacent to the stunning Markland Wood Golf Club. The Masters is close to all major highways and amenities but far enough away to still retain the tranquil sounds of nature.
The Masters incorporates a wealth of social and sport facilities not found in most condominiums. Very active bridge, book and art clubs, in addition to separate well-equipped rooms for carpentry, music practice, painting, hobbies, two party rooms and library are just part of the social fabric. Plenty of socializing also occurs along the 400m walking path on the fabulous grounds and while sitting on the benches enjoying the Japanese garden, admiring the golf course or watching the children enjoy the playscape.
The mix of young and somewhat older condo owners is well served in sport/fitness areas. Three new asphalt, floodlit tennis courts and relaxing indoor and outdoor salt water pools overlook the golf course, completing the resort-like ambiance. Well-used, inviting facilities for working out, squash, basketball, pool, billiards, table tennis, and golf practice are all centered around the stunning clubhouse lounge. As well, residents can indulge regularly in Yoga, Pilates, Reiki, Tai Chi, Aqua-fit and Ballroom Dancing.
Being aware of what’s going on in their corporation, having confidence in consistent, forward thinking governance, and enjoying many opportunities to participate and provide input enables people to feel part of The Masters community. It is a major reason why there is less than 6% turnover each year, and why more than 90% of units remain owner-occupied. The Masters is a condominium where both residents and staff establish connections and stay for a long time, many dating back to the beginning in 1975.