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LOCAL FOCUS: Clarington

LOCAL FOCUS: Clarington

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LOCAL FOCUS: Clarington

by Gale Beeby

Bowmanville, Courtice & Newcastle

LIVING HISTORY

Clarington is the most easterly municipality in the GTA, located along the north shore of Lake Ontario. It is the amalgamation of the former townships of Darlington, Clarke, Bowmanville, the Village of Newcastle and the Village of Orono, as well as a number of rural villages, some of which are Bond Head, Enniskillen, Hampton, Kendal, Maple Grove, Mitchell Corners, New Park, Newtonville, Port Darlington, Port Granby, Salem, Starkville, Taunton and Wilmot Creek.

There are heritage buildings and structures scattered throughout the rural countryside and in clusters of heritage homes within the towns and hamlets. But Clarington is full of new housing tracts and condominium buildings in the denser areas.

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LEISURE PURSUITS

The Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (formerly Mosport International Raceway) in Bowmanville hosts both minor grand prix races and major racing events. Clarington is home to five Christmas parades, more than any other municipality in Canada. The parades are held in Bowmanville, Newcastle, Courtice, Orono, and Enniskillen/Tyrone. Docville Wild West Park is a mock Wild West town that offers tours and is also used as a film set. Bowmanville is also home to Camp 30, a POW camp for German troops during the Second World War and the last surviving POW camp in Canada.

PARKS & REC

The largest park in the area is the Darlington Provincial Park, located south of Highway 401 near Courtice. The park borders the shore of Lake Ontario and McLaughlin Bay, which is shallow and was closed off from the lake sometime in the 1990s by natural wave action. It offers lots of recreational activities, including camping, picnic facilities, nature trails and a long strip of sandy beach.

The Samuel Wilmot Nature Area in Newcastle is a 77-hectare park that contains trails, viewing platforms and interpretive signs. The Port of Newcastle Park offers spectacular view of the lake from its kilometre of paved trail located on the top of a bluff.

Clarington also offers a large range of recreational facilities at its many parks. There are a host of country-style fairs in many of the rural communities that make up Clarington including AppleFest in Bowmanville, the annual Orono Fair — one of the oldest fairs in Ontario — every September, the BluesBERRY Festival in Bowmanville, which celebrates the best of blues music and fresh berries, and the Wooden Boat Festival at the Port of Newcastle Marina.

RETAIL THERAPY

The small towns and hamlets that make up Clarington are full of lovely boutiques, cafés, bistros, gift and craft shops and, of course, there are plenty of farmers’ markets. Although the area doesn’t have a large indoor shopping mall, you don’t have to go far to fulfill your need to shop until you drop; there are great indoor malls and big box stores in Oshawa and, a little further afield, Peterborough.

EASY ACCESS

Highway 401 runs throughout the region, with Highway 35 and Highway 115 bisecting Newcastle and taking commuters north into cottage country. Durham Region Transit offers some bus routes throughout Clarington, taking commuters west, and GO Transit offers train and bus service in and out of the region.

BY THE NUMBERS

Population: 92,100

Walk Score: 9

Motto: Wisdom Knowledge and Trust

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Editor's Choice: Treasure Hill

Editor’s Choice: Treasure Hill

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Editor’s Choice: Treasure Hill

Discover what living really means by owning a Treasure Hill home

As a highly regarded builder, Treasure Hill prides itself on building quality homes where craftsmanship, functionality and beautiful finishes become the foundation of comfortable living. It recognizes that every house it builds becomes a home — a place where treasured moments and memories are created giving life meaning and purpose. The perfect new home awaits you. Discover Living with Treasure Hill.

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Orchard West in Bowmanville: Treasure Hill proudly presents Orchard West, offering a selection of the finest 37-, 40-, 45- and 50-foot singles located between Liberty Street and Regional 57 Road at Middle Road and Concession Road 3. With quick access to Highway 401 and a proposed extension of Highway 407, your commuting worries are over. A relaxing lifestyle is yours to discover living in Bowmanville.

Trendi Towns in Markham: Trendi Towns in Markham offers convenient living in a location with established amenities. Located at McCowan Road and 16th Avenue, this enclave of townhomes is indicative of Treasures Hill’s commitment to stunning interiors and meticulous designs. Living life never looked so good.

Upper Thornhill Estates in Vaughan: Upper Thornhill Estates offers well-appointed 50-foot luxurious singles on lots of up to 155 feet deep near Bathurst Street and Major Mackenzie Drive. Close to big city amenities in both Vaughan and Richmond Hill, you can’t go wrong. Quick access to GO Transit, YRT buses and VIVA transportation make getting across the GTA effortless.

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Adena Views in Aurora: Located in the affluent town of Aurora, Adena Views will showcase 36-, 40-, 45- and 60-foot luxury singles backing onto Magna Golf Course. Located at Leslie Street and Wellington Street, just minutes from Highway 404 and a comprehensive transit system, you will be just moments away from outstanding amenities.

Georgina Heights in Keswick: Georgina Heights offers gorgeously appointed 40-foot and 50-foot singles that have all the desired features and finishes. Conveniently located at Church Street and Woodbine Avenue and a five-minute drive away from Cooks Bay, all modern conveniences are at your doorstep.

Kingsview Ridge in Oshawa: Kingsview Ridge is located at Shankel Road and Townline Road, offering 30-, 36- and 40-foot singles with a variety of designs and floorplan options, perfect for families of any size. This impressive location is ideal for commuters, with quick access to Highway 407, Highway 401 and the Oshawa GO Transit station. Discover convenience at your fingertips.

Don’t miss out on these newly open and upcoming communities. Discover Living with Treasure Hill.

TREASURE HILL

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Kaitlin Communities

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Kaitlin Communities

It’s all about the lifestyle and the locations

Baby boomer or not, it’s a freeing time of life when you get to make choices in terms of how you want to spend your time and where you want to live.

Seniors now outnumber young people, and it’s this portion of the population that are being catered to by lifestyle builders. There are lots of choices out there, but Kaitlin Corporation emphasizes both components when developing a new community – life and style.

Determine the must-haves on your wish list. Do you want to live by the water? Or maybe next to a championship golf course? Or does living in an historic small town appeal to you? Chances are that Kaitlin Corporation has exactly what you’re looking for.

“Location has always been a major consideration for our communities,” says Bill Daniell, president of Kaitlin Corporation. “We take pride in how well-built our homes are. But beyond that, we know it’s really important for our owners to live in a great setting. They want to have amenities tied to their quality of living, such as trails, parks and water – right at their doorstep.”

HARBOURVIEW GRAND

If you’re passionate about living close to the lake, then check out Kaitlin’s newest condominium project – Harbourview Grand in Port of Newcastle. Here, you can enjoy maintenance-free homes with waterfront views, a fabulous trail system that runs parallel to Lake Ontario and a local, waterfront marina if your boat also needs a home. For easy access to the GTA, both GO transit and Highway 401 are nearby.

BAYPORT VILLAGE

If a more cottage-like setting is your cup of tea, Bayport Village is adjacent to the local marina on Georgian Bay. Bayport Village is connected to the thriving community of Midland by an in-town trail system, and is only 90 minutes north of Toronto.

LOYALIST COUNTRY CLUB

A little further east is a community that is being built around a championship golf course, which has hosted Canadian PGA tournaments. Loyalist Country Club takes advantage of an onsite clubhouse and restaurant, as well as an active social club, and is a short drive to local parks, award-winning wineries and the city of Kingston.

MODO CONDOS AND TOWNS

Located in Bowmanville, residents of MODO Condos and Towns are able to walk to local shops and restaurants, and enjoy everything that living in a charming, historic town has to offer. The common thread that ties together all Kaitlin Corporation communities are the outstanding models, which combine exceptional floorplans, design features, finishing touches and upgrades to provide you the style, and the life, that you’re looking for.

CONTACT INFORMATION

For more information on all communities by Kaitlin Corporation, visit their website.

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Orchard East by Jeffery Homes in Bowmanville

Jeffery Homes will release Orchard East on February 3, 2018

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Jeffery Homes will release Orchard East on February 3, 2018

Orchard East by Jeffery Homes is the perfect community to raise your family or enjoy your empty nest. Located in the new Bowmanville with rolling hills bordering the site, you always expect the best from Jeffery Homes and Phase II of this new community will be no exception.

The official opening of Orchard East is Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 190 William Fair Drive, Bowmanville, from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Price lists will be given on that date only.

Jeffery Homes is an award-winning second-generation company that has been building spectacular homes in Durham Region for over 55 years. Choose from relaxed yet sophisticated exteriors that incorporate a variety of materials such as natural stone and contemporary finishes — all with the unmistakable Jeffery touch their fans have come to expect.

A wide variety of amenities await just minutes from your door in the town of Bowmanville. This charming and vibrant town offers every convenience you desire from big box stores to small boutiques, grocery stores and more. Choose from family or fine dining in the many eating establishments located in the town centre. This amazing community offers your choice of health care centres, hospital, sports and recreation facilities. In addition, you are within minutes of the spectacular countryside, golf courses and conservation areas.

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Editor's Choice: Fourteen Estates

Editor’s Choice: Fourteen Estates

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Editor’s Choice: Fourteen Estates

Eden Park in Clarington combines modern design with innovative high-performance construction

An exciting new concept in luxury living is coming to the picturesque Clarington countryside in the eastern GTA. Eden Park is an enclave of 28 estate-size lots with energy-efficient homes in Newtonville, a rural village located close to the urban amenities of Bowmanville and the historic charm of Port Hope and Cobourg.

For this ground-breaking development, award-winning builder Fourteen Estates of Ajax sought out Bone Structure, a leader in sustainable construction with its steel-frame houses, to create Eden Park’s innovative contemporary residences. The homes will be Net Zero Ready, potentially saving homeowners up to 90 per cent in energy costs.

Fourteen Estates is well known as a builder of high-end custom homes in exclusive locations, but the company is expanding its focus.

“We will always do high-end custom homes but we are branching into high-tech engineered homes and Eden Park will be our transition into this market,” said Fourteen Estates president Shawn Rondeau. “We are very excited about this site.”

“This is likely the first modern design and high-performance subdivision of its kind in Ontario,” says Marc Bovet, founder and CEO for Bone Structure. “The homes will have large open spaces and be very energy efficient, thanks to our high-performance building envelope and patented steel structure construction system.”

With Bone Structure providing the building system for Eden Park, the precision-designed homes will be completed in a much shorter time frame than with conventional construction methods. With few load-bearing walls, the steel-structure homes facilitate expansive open-concept spaces and can easily accommodate future additions or reconfiguration of spaces.

Cassidy & Co. Architectural Technologists, Ontario leaders in new home residential design, collaborated with Bone Structure’s design team to create home designs that are contemporary yet classic, with generous windows, neutral tones and contemporary long board, stone and brick detailing inspired by nature. The homes will be rich in the fine details and superior craftsmanship that Fourteen Estates has built its reputation on.

The homes will incorporate the best available non-toxic building materials available. And the steel structure is resistant to rot or mould and is fully recyclable.

With lots three-quarter of an acre or larger in size and layouts from 2,600 to 3,700 square feet, the homes are ideal for growing families. Eden Park’s location just north of Highway 401 makes for easy commuting. The site is less than 10 minutes east of the village of Newcastle, which has pharmacies, grocery stores, coffee shops and restaurants.

Eden Park will also appeal to baby boomers looking for a quiet yet comfortable lifestyle; a bungalow design is among the plans on offer for those scaling down.

Homeowners can enjoy all that the municipality of Clarington has to offer with its blend of urban amenities and rural flavour. It has villages and towns with quaint main streets, farmers’ markets, craft breweries, parks, trails, golf courses, marinas and many annual festivals.

Eden Park is within minutes of Northumberland County, where visitors can enjoy the history and culture of Port Hope, spend a day at Cobourg’s famous beach, or hike, bike, horseback ride or cross-country ski the 11,000 acres of the Ganaraska Forest. Prince Edward County’s popular wine country is just over an hour away.

“The community of Eden Park has been created by a team of like-minded experts that is not afraid to push the envelope to bring a new level of design innovation to the residential home industry,” says Mark Wadden of Blue Elephant Group Inc., the company overseeing the sales and marketing for the project. “The integrity and reputation of Fourteen Estates provides the assurance that those who choose to live here can feel confident that they have chosen an exceptional home.”

EDEN PARK

The Sales Centre is open by appointment only. Register online to receive more information.

647.668.3695
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Kaitlin Communities - It's all about the location

Kaitlin Communities – It’s all about the location

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Kaitlin Communities – It’s all about the location

You’ll find the lifestyle you’re looking for in a Kaitlin Community

Baby boomer or not, it’s a freeing time of life when you get to make choices in terms of how you want to spend your time and where you want to live.

Seniors now outnumber young people, and it’s this portion of the population that are being catered to by lifestyle builders. There are lots of choices out there, but Kaitlin Corporation emphasizes both components when developing a new community – life and style.

Determine the must-haves on your wish list. Do you want to live by the water? Or maybe next to a championship golf course? Or does living in an historic small town appeal to you? Chances are that Kaitlin Corporation has exactly what you’re looking for.

“Location has always been a major consideration for our communities,” says Bill Daniell, president of Kaitlin Corporation. “We take pride in how well-built our homes are. But beyond that, we know it’s really important for our owners to live in a great setting. They want to have amenities tied to their quality of living, such as trails, parks and water – right at their doorstep.”

HARBOURVIEW GRAND

If you’re passionate about being close to the lake, then check out Kaitlin’s Harbourview Grand project in Port of Newcastle. Here, you can enjoy homes with waterfront views, a fabulous trail system that runs parallel to Lake Ontario and a local, waterfront marina if your boat also needs a home. For easy access to the GTA, both GO transit and Highway 401 are nearby.

BAYPORT VILLAGE

If a more cottage-like setting is your cup of tea, Bayport Village is adjacent to the local marina on Georgian Bay. Bayport Village is connected to the thriving community of Midland by an in-town trail system, and is only 90 minutes north of Toronto.

LOYALIST COUNTRY CLUB

A little further east is a brand new community that is being built around a championship course that often hosts Canadian PGA tournaments. Loyalist Country Club takes advantage of an onsite clubhouse and restaurant, as well as an active social club, and is a short drive to local parks and the university town of Kingston.

MODO CONDOS AND TOWNS

Located in Bowmanville, residents of MODO Condos and Towns are able to walk to local shops and restaurants, and enjoy everything that living in a charming, historic town has to offer. The common thread that ties together all Kaitlin Corporation communities are the outstanding models, which combine exceptional floorplans, design features, finishing touches and upgrades to provide you the style and the life that you’re looking for.

CONTACT INFORMATION

For more information on all communities by Kaitlin Corporation, visit their website.

kaitlincorp.com


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Kaitlin Communities

Kaitlin Communities

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Kaitlin Communities

It’s all about the location

Baby boomer or not, it’s a freeing time of life when you get to make choices in terms of how you want to spend your time and where you want to live.

Seniors now outnumber young people, and it’s this portion of the population that are being catered to by lifestyle builders. There are lots of choices out there, but Kaitlin Corporation emphasizes both components when developing a new community – life and style.

Determine the must-haves on your wish list. Do you want to live by the water? Or maybe next to a championship golf course? Or does living in an historic small town appeal to you? Chances are that Kaitlin Corporation has exactly what you’re looking for.

“Location has always been a major consideration for our communities,’ says Bill Daniell, president of Kaitlin Corporation. “We take pride in how well-built our homes are. But beyond that, we know it’s really important for our owners to live in a great setting. They want to have amenities tied to their quality of living, such as trails, parks and water – right at their doorstep.”

HARBOURVIEW GRAND

If you’re passionate about being close to the lake, then check out Kaitlin’s Harbourview Grand project in Port of Newcastle. Here, you can enjoy homes with waterfront views, a fabulous trail system that runs parallel to Lake Ontario and a local, waterfront marina if your boat also needs a home. For easy access to the GTA, both GO transit and Highway 401 are nearby.

BAYPORT VILLAGE

If a more cottage-like setting is your cup of tea, Bayport Village is adjacent to the local marina on Georgian Bay. Bayport Village is connected to the thriving community of Midland by an in-town trail system, and is only 90 minutes north of Toronto.

LOYALIST COUNTRY CLUB

A little further east is a brand new community that is being built around a championship course that often hosts Canadian PGA tournaments. Loyalist Country Club takes advantage of an onsite clubhouse and restaurant, as well as an active social club, and is a short drive to local parks and the university town of Kingston.

MODO CONDOS AND TOWNS

Located in Bowmanville, residents of MODO Condos and Towns are able to walk to local shops and restaurants, and enjoy everything that living in a charming, historic town has to offer.

The common thread that ties together all Kaitlin Corporation communities are the outstanding models, which combine exceptional floorplans, design features, finishing touches and upgrades to provide you the style and the life that you’re looking for.

CONTACT INFORMATION

For more information on all communities by Kaitlin Corporation, visit their website.

kaitlincorp.com


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Local Focus – Clarington

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Local Focus – Clarington

Bowmanville, Courtice & Newcastle

Living History

Clarington is the most easterly municipality in the Greater Toronto Area, located along the north shore of Lake Ontario. It is the amalgamation of the former townships of Darlington, Clarke, Bowmanville, the Village of Newcastle and the Village of Orono, as well as a number of rural villages, some of which are Bond Head, Enniskillen, Hampton, Kendal, Maple Grove, Mitchell Corners, New Park, Newtonville, Port Darlington, Port Granby, Salem, Starkville, Taunton and Wilmot Creek.

It took its current name in 1994 after having been known as the Town of Newcastle. It was changed it to alleviate confusion between the municipality and the Village of Newcastle. Bowmanville is the largest community in the municipality and is home to the municipal offices.

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Housing Options

There are heritage buildings and structures scattered throughout the rural countryside and in clusters of heritage homes within the towns and hamlets. But Clarington, now also considered a bedroom community of Toronto, is full of new housing tracts and condominium buildings.

The Workplace

The major employers include the Darlington Nuclear Generation Station, the Bowmanville Foundry and General Motors. There are many other medium to large-sized manufacturing businesses, as well, but most people commute west into Durham Region or Toronto for employment. Bowmanville is also home to the RCMP’s regional offices. School Days Schools are administered by the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board and the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board.The nearest post-secondary schools are the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Durham College in Oshawa. There is also a campus of Trent University in Oshawa.

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Leisure Pursuits

The Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (formerly Mosport International Raceway) in Bowmanville hosts both minor grand prix races and major racing events.

Docville Wild West Park

Bowmanville is also home to the oldest private zoo in Canada, which has produced many movie stars, including the lions that appeared in The Ghost and the Darkness and, more recently, Jonas the tiger, who played Richard Parker in Life of Pi. Clarington is home to five Christmas parades, more than any other municipality in Canada. The parades are held in Bowmanville, Newcastle, Courtice, Orono, and Enniskillen/Tyrone. Docville Wild West Park is a mock Wild West town that offers tours and is also used as a film set. Bowmanville is also home to Camp 30, a POW camp for German troops during the Second World War and the last surviving POW camp in Canada.

Dirk Hackenberger of the Bowmanville Zoo with Jonas the tiger.

Parks & Rec

The largest park in the rarea is the Darlington Provincial Park, located south of Highway 401 near Courtice. The park borders the shore of Lake Ontario and McLaughlin Bay, which is shallow and was closed off from the lake sometime in the 1990s by natural wave action. It offers lots of recreational activities, including camping, picnic facilities, nature trails and a long strip of sandy beach.

The Samuel Wilmot Nature Area in Newcastle is a 77-hectares park that contains trails, viewing platforms and interpretive signs.

The Port of Newcastle Park offers spectacular view of the lake from its kilometre of paved trail located on the top of a bluff.

The shores of Lake Ontario in Newcastle.

Clarington also offers a large range of recreational facilities at its many parks recreational facilities. Read more here. And there are a host of country-style fairs in many of the rural communities that make up Clarington.

Retail Therapy

The small towns and hamlets that make up Clarington are full of lovely boutiques, cafés, bistros, gift and craft shops and, of course, there are plenty of farmers’ markets. Although the area doesn’t have a large indoor shopping mall, you don’t have to go far to fulfil your need to shop until you drop; there are great indoor malls and big box stores in Oshawa and, a little further afield, Peterborough.

Archibald’s Estate Winery, renowned for its award-winning fruit wines, is located in Bowmanville. It has been run by the same family for four generations and also has a variety of pick-your-own orchards.

Archibald’s Estate Winery

Essential Services

Lakeridge Health has full-service hospitals in Oshawa and Bowmanville. The Durham Regional Police patrol the streets and emergency response is provided by the Clarington Emergency and Fire Department, comprised of fulltime and volunteer firefighters.

Camp 30

Easy Access

Highway 401 runs throughout the region, with Highway 35 and Highway 115 bisecting Newcastle and taking commuters north into cottage country. Durham Region Transit offers some bus routes throughout Clarington, taking commuters west, and GO Transit offers train and bus service in and out of the region.

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John Burk Grist and Saw Mill in Bowmanville.

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Beacon Hill - Averton Homes

Valentine Value Days at Beacon Hill

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Valentine Value Days at Beacon Hill

Offering an incredible new sales promotion for homebuyers, Averton Homes is excited to be introducing Valentine Value Days at Beacon Hill.

Offering an incredible collection of freehold townhomes in historic Bowmanville, Averton is now providing homebuyers with $20,000 in bonus upgrades to personalize their amazing new homes.

Considered one of the GTA’s most prominent new home communities, Beacon Hill offers the ultimate in modern sophistication, class, and elegance. Beacon Hill towns feature a fabulous selection of spacious three-bedroom floorplans, priced from mid $400,000s, ranging up to 1,938 square feet.

Featuring spacious open-concept floorplans and exceptional finishes, interiors at Beacon Hill feature nine-foot ceiling heights on main floor, chef-inspired gourmet kitchens, imported ceramic tiles, broadloom throughout finished areas and second-floor laundry rooms.

A combination of winding drives complements the already established, pedestrian-friendly community. Surrounding the architecturally designed streetscapes is a variety of plush parks, conservations areas and large recreation complexes.

With Highway 2 to the north, Highway 401 to the south, and the GO Transit system nearby, travelling across the GTA has never been easier.

The Valentine Value Days promotion will run until February 14. Hurry in and take advance of this incredible new promotion.

The Beacon Hill Sales Office is located at 300 Mearns Avenue in Bowmanville.
Hours are:

Monday to Thursday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.;
Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
Friday closed.

For more information call 905-674-6166 or visit averton.ca


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Lakebreeze

Lakebreeze

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Lakebreeze

An affordable waterfront community close to Toronto

That rare opportunity to own a home in a stylish new waterfront community on the shores of Lake Ontario, just 35 minutes east of Toronto, is now possible at Lakebreeze by the Kaitlin Corporation. With a stunning selection of homes to choose from, along with spacious waterfront trails, gorgeous community parks, open spaces and urban amenities around the corner, you and your family will find everything that you’re looking for at Lakebreeze. New plans and designs were recently launched in Phase II, bringing you one step closer to the lifestyle that you’ve always dreamed of.

“As the GTA continues to push further east, there is an insatiable demand for homes in this area,” says Bill Daniell, president of Kaitlin Corporation. “People are particularly drawn to the sleek and contemporary designs of our homes, and the fact that they can walk out their front door and be on two miles of waterfront, all within easy access to Toronto.”

Phase II of Lakebreeze offers contemporary towns, linked singles, detached homes with a two-car garage, as well as waterfront rooftop towns and lake houses. Exciting new designs include three-bedroom, two- and one-half bathroom Shoreview Towns, and beautiful three-storey detached homes with loft plans.

All homes are designed and crafted with a contemporary beach flair, featuring crisp, purposeful lines. Tall windows and glass doors allow natrual light to augment your surroundings, and earthy tones complement the surrounding landscape. The functional, open-concept floorlans are great for entertaining and everyday living. Prices start in the low $300,000s, and the builder is currently offering a range of decor credits to be used at the purchaser’s discretion.

Lakebreeze can be accessed from two exits off of Highway 401, and the future GO Train service to, and from, Bowmanville will provide residents and their guests another convenient transportation alternative. In addition to the community’s fabulous onsite amenities, homeowners can enjoy the Admiral’s Walk Clubhouse at Port of Newcastle, which can be accessed by car or a 15-minute bike ride on a trail that connects the two communities.

“Because the resale market in the GTA is extremely hot, many people can no longer afford a home, and even if they can, they are often forced to pay well above the asking price,” says Daniell. “In contrast, Lakebreeze buyers can purchase a brand new home and know exactly what they are getting. And with the current, and future, infrastructure, they can be confident that their investment will increase over time.”

CONTACT INFORMATION

The New Home Centre is located at 1 Martin Road in Bowmanville, and is open;
from noon to 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday;
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday; and
from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends and holidays.

(647) 302-2490
MyLakebreeze.ca


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