Prada Court is a modern apartment complex situated a short walk from the Business Section of Brighton Ontario. Prada court is proud of all the positive praise received from the community and tenants.
The Complex is comprised of three buildings containing eighteen apartments with laundry facilities in each building.
The bright air-conditioned and well appointed units have been newly decorated to offer the best in apartment living. All second and third floor units have walk-out balconies.
Most of the apartments have two bedrooms and are quite spacious at just under 1000 square feet.
The community of Brighton is located eighteen kilometres West of Trenton on Lake Ontario, adjacent to Highway 401.
It is the gateway to the beautiful farmlands and vacation area of the Prince Edward County centred on the town of Picton.
Brighton is also the home of the renowned Presqu’ile Provincial Park with hundreds of acres of natural trails for walking, cross-country skiing, cycling and picnics. The area is also well known for bird watchers and numerous White-tailed Deer that are present in the park.
This park has also one of the premier sand beaches on Lake Ontario within its boundaries, that is visited by thousands of people each year to enjoy the summer sun.
The avid golfer in your family can swing clubs to their heart’s content at one of the several fine golf courses in the area. The boating enthusiast will find marina facilities on the shore of Brighton Bay, just a few minutes from the apartments.
From this marina you can cruise Lake Ontario and explore the many bays and coves of the Prince Edward Peninsula. After a short trip down the Murray Canal to the Bay of Quinte, you can take a magnificent tour of the Trent-Severn Waterway system or continue through the Bay of Quinte to Belleville, Kingston and the beautiful Thousand Islands.
Most of your shopping needs can be accommodated at home in Brighton, but for the serious shopper a trip to Trenton or the large Quinte Mall, 40 kilometres to the East in Belleville, will offer a full selection of goods and services.
A pleasant drive to the West along the Apple Route (Hwy. #2) will bring you to the historic towns of Colborne, Cobourg and Port Hope.
You can stop at the Big Apple in Colborne for lunch, dinner or just to pick up a delicious freshly baked apple pie.
In Cobourg there is shopping at the Northumberland Mall and in the many antique shops in Port Hope.