One & Two Bedroom Apartments Available in Antigonish
Be safe, secure, and comfortable in a delightful setting you’ll be proud to call home. From ample closet space to your own private balcony, our apartments are designed to be as versatile as your active lifestyle. Enjoy the freedom of apartment living along with our fantastic amenities and services.
From beautifully maintained grounds to relaxing common areas, The Maples takes care of everything around you giving you the peace of mind you deserve.
- Secured building (intercom entry system), with elevator
- 4 large common areas (fitness room, meeting room with kitchen, library/sitting area on 2nd floor, sitting/games area on 3rd floor)
- Onsite and responsive maintenance 5-days a week
- Periodic group resident meetings with management
- Garbage pick-up from the unit twice a week, recycling bins located in stairwells on each floor
- Snow removal and lawn maintenance
- Quiet location, close to downtown
- Located just off Hawthorne St, with a sidewalk to town center
- Large common deck with barbeque on main floor
- Beautifully landscaped grounds
- Paved, private, well-lit parking lot with assigned resident and visitor parking
- Private walking trail around building
- Access to planting gardens for residents
- Spacious apartments with private balcony
- Fridge, stove, and dishwasher included (space and hook-up provided within unit for personal laundry machines)
- Ductless “mini-split” heat pump included (cost effective heating in winter, and A/C in the summer)
- Ample supply of closet/storage space within each unit
- Building wired for both Eastlink and Bell Fibre Op, with hook-ups in living and master bedroom
The Maples Supportive Living Antigonish has a variety of styles and sizes of units available.
Starting from $975/month
Starting from $1,175/month
Sample Unit Floorplans
Our apartments are designed for maximum efficiency and intelligent use of space.
There are five layout options (subject to availability) to suit your preferences.
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One of the provinces most vibrant yet relaxing communities, Antigonish is nestled in the perfect nook of Nova Scotia. With so much to do and see just outside your door, you’ll wonder why you hadn’t moved here sooner. These are just some of the things that make this town a dream to live in.
Our small town in the northeastern corner of Nova Scotia (pop 5,195) is a hub and service center for the rural communities surrounding it. With a diverse and growing population, Antigonish is a family friendly town with lots of opportunity, access to good education at all levels, recreation, sports and culture activities. It is surrounded by rolling countryside with hiking and beautiful beaches.
SOURCE: Town of Antigonish
Culture & Entertainment
FESTIVALS & EVENTS
Antigonish is the Highland Heart of Nova Scotia, knitting its Scottish roots tightly into the community. Take in the Highland Games, Antigonish International Film Festival, Festival Antigonish, Antigonish Performing Arts Series (Concerts), Antigonish Culture Alive (Art Fairs etc.), or the Eastern Nova Scotia Exhibition.
THEATRE & ENTERTAINMENT
Local attractions, such as the Cape George Lighthouse, Antigonish Heritage Museum and Chez Deslauriers, quench the thirst for historical learning. If you’re up for a longer day, head to Sherbrooke Village, an hour’s drive from Antigonish, and dive into another time period. Experience life before the 1900s in this village-sized interactive museum.
Recreation & Fitness
Golfers can tee off at the challenging 18-hole Antigonish Golf Club. They can also practice their short game at the mini putt at Snow Queen Leisure World while the rest of the family takes in the go-kart track, space train, bumper boats and cars, or batting cage.
If you’d rather be out on the water, dock your boat at Cribbons Point Marina or Ballantynes Cove Marina.
Skating / Hockey Arenas
The Keating Centre is a State-of-the-art arena and conference centre is home to St. FX varsity hockey, figure skating, youth and adult hockey, and public skating. The Antigonish Arena entertains the area with Junior B Bulldogs hockey, senior men’s and minor hockey, figure skating and adult and tots skating.
Trails & Beaches
Trails & PARKS
Take a private stroll through our beautifully landscapped grounds, walk along the Antigonish Harbour, or explore the many trails and provincial parks throughout the Antigonish area – Antigonish Landing, Arisaig Provincial Park, Beaver Mountain Fairmont Ridge, Keppoch Mountain (with new Accessible Trail) and Pomquet Acadian Trail.
Just the drive along the North Shore is worth the adventure. You’ll be surrounded by coastal cliffs, centuries-old fishing ports, gorgeous sunsets (or sunrises, if you’re up that early) and panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean.
Shopping & Dining
Along Main Street, you’ll find an array of shops dedicated to quality retail, amenities, fashions for the entire family and gift boutiques – a delightful balance to fulfil your needs and satisfy your desires. Antigonish Mall, off Church Street, offers shopping for groceries, fashion, professional services, health care and much more.
Don’t miss the Antigonish Farmers Market, a year-long weekly fair of locally grown fruits and vegetables, meat, maple syrup, honey, preserves, baked goods, heritage products and local handicrafts. Find the market at Antigonish Arena during the summer months and at the Antigonish Education Centre on Appleseed Drive during the winter.
One of the true gems of Antigonish’s shopping district is the fine dining. Rooted in its rustic Nova Scotian heritage, you’ll feast on the bounties of the sea and explore culture with your palate.
Shopping & Dining
St. Martha’s Regional Hospital offers a wide range of services, including emergency and ambulatory care, general surgery, gynecology, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, palliative care, obstetrics, pediatrics and more.
Antigonish is home to state-of-the-art educational facilities, including one of Canada’s top undergraduate universities, St. Francis Xavier University which adds to the vibrancy of the town. If you love to read then you can head to Pictou / Antigonish Regional Library. Other educational resources include: The Coady International Institute, Nova Scotia Community College.
SPIRITUAL & RELIGIOUS
For those interested in religious services and/or spiritual enlightenment, there are a number of churches and chapels in the area: St. Ninians Cathedral, St.FX Chapel, St. James United, St. Paul's Anglican Church, Antigonish Baptist Church.