PROPERTIES IN PERTH
Built in 2016, this beautiful non-smoking apartment building contains 24 one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units. Apartment features include unique layouts (some with kitchen islands!), A/C and appliances such as a stove, fridge, dishwasher, as well as double pane laminated glass windows for noise and U/V reduction.
Wilson Apartments’ many day-to-day conveniences include an elevator, on-site tenant and guest parking, and laundry facilities located on every floor.
This brand new apartment building is located within walking distance to grocery stores, shopping, the hospital and historic downtown Perth.
To rent an apartment here you will need a credit check as well as first and last months’ rent (one month’s rent to hold). We are currently accepting applications from prospective tenants who have been with their current place of employment for at least one year.
ABOUT THE REGION
Perth is located halfway between Ottawa and Kingston, in the Rideau River Corridor of Eastern Ontario. The town is ideally-situated on the Trans-Canada Highway with easy access to major roadways, rail services, and nearby domestic/international airports. The population of the Greater Perth Area is approximately 20,000 which includes Perth, Tay Valley Township, and the Township of Drummond North Elmsley.
Perth is famous for its rich history. Take for example the beautiful heritage buildings crafted by 19th-century masons, or the Tay River Trail—a historic pathway that dates back to the military settlement of Perth-upon-Tay in 1816. In addition to charming historical attractions, the town is also known for its arts and theatre culture, outdoor and recreational adventures, food and drink, and top-notch festivals.
Perth is a warm and friendly community. Don’t be surprised when people on the sidewalks say hello. It’s the best of ‘small-town life’ plus all the amenities necessary to thrive in business and recreation. With 100 lakes within 50 miles, Perth is a natural playground boasting breathtaking views. Its recreational activities, including paddling, cycling and sports, cater to all ages and skill levels. Explore one of Perth’s many trails for a good hike, or a snowshoe or cross-country ski in the winter.
Education in Perth begins with two preschool alternatives and five elementary schools. There are also two secondary schools with both public and separate school selections and French Immersion available.
Post-secondary options include Perth’s Algonquin College, which has courses in office administration, healthcare and customized industrial training. Also of note, the college’s Heritage Trades program in carpentry, millwork and stone masonry has gained international acclaim.
Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital sees to the healthcare needs of residents and visitors to Perth. There are also specialty clinics offering state-of-the-art rehab, physio and diagnostic services.