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Cover Story: Editor's Choice: Georgian International

Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Georgian International

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Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Georgian International

Creating remarkable communities

Gas-fired lanterns. A pumpkin patch. A Christmas tree farm. A baseball diamond encircled by corn stalks à la Field of Dreams. These idyllic features complement the farmhouse-style homes that make up the Braestone estate community, two hours north of the GTA in Horseshoe Valley.

Developed by multi-faceted company Georgian International, the 229 homes sit on 556 acres in the Township of Oro-Medonte where these ingredients, known as “remarkables,” further entice prospective buyers.

Mike Parker, vice president, sales and marketing for Georgian International’s real estate division, says they release homes in phases and, after selling out in the initial first two releases, another 22 properties will be available this fall.

Bringing a unique approach to Ontario real estate is a hallmark of the company’s mission. “What we’re doing is not what other developers are doing,” says Parker. “In the planning process, we came up with community features that will enhance people’s lives, which will be part of their active lifestyles.”

For example, a toboggan hill is a family-friendly add-on, and a sugar shack can teach residents about the age-old practice of tapping maple trees.

“Braestone buyers are typically nature lovers and enjoy being outdoors,” Parker notes, “and that’s why we created remarkables like a skating pond and a berry patch.”

Parker adds that they are holding events for the community with the intention that the traditions will continue long after the development is built out. Summer corn roasts with live music, a pancake breakfast fundraiser and horse-drawn sleigh rides are just of few of the happenings planned for Braestone.

Besides successful sales, Braestone’s eye-catching offerings and impressive amenities are getting noticed by the industry. It was recognized as Best New Home Community of the Year in 2016 by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA), and its Discovery Centre (aka sales HQ) was named 2016 Best Lowrise Homes Sales Office in Canada by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA).

Interior flourishes make the Braestone homes visually appealing, to say the least: floors come complete with tongue-and-groove maple or oak and porcelain tile is found in the bathrooms, foyers and mudrooms. Master bathrooms showcase an island-style soaker tub.

WINDFALL

But Braestone is not the only development Georgian International is known for in Ontario. Windfall, project of the year as recognized by the Simcoe County Home Builder’s Association, is a 609-home project at the base of Blue Mountain, which attracts buyers who want “comfort, character, culture and community with a relaxed way of life,” says Parker.

He notes the “it’s a place where nature and neighbourhood are in perfect balance, with community trails, Georgian Bay on one side and the Niagara Escarpment on the other, the beauty of the natural landscape is simply amazing.”

In the heart of the community will be The Shed, a barn-inspired gathering place that will form the hub for residents to network, socialize and relax. Cold-and-hot-water outdoor pools are planned to further promote relaxed living.

The semis and detached homes differ from the look of Braestone units with more mountain-like colours and shades, Parker remarks.

But both will feature a trademark flourish for Georgian International developments: gas-powered lanterns.

“There’s a romantic feel, an ambiance, to lanterns that is special and not done by anyone else,” Parker says.

Buyers can select from well-appointed standard features or upgrade interior design packages that co-ordinate interior finishes, including flooring, cabinetry, countertops, lighting and other fixtures.

MOUNTAIN HOUSE

Plans are also underway to release the first units of the highly-anticipated Mountain House, adjacent to Windfall. The 230-unit Mountain House will be built in two-, three-, and four-story buildings. The terrace suites will boast a chalet-style and are complemented by a community building, a bike repair station, a sauna and relaxation room, hot and cold pools and an idyllic setting.

“We will be releasing our initial units this year and, like all our projects, the standard features — such as full, glass-walled showers and exterior gas lanterns — go above and beyond expectations,” says Parker.

Huddled close to Windfall and Mountain House are the historic areas of Collingwood, Blue Mountain Resort and Wasaga Beach, as all three regions are “remarkables” onto themselves.

Nearby activities include boating on Georgian Bay, fishing, snowboarding, ATV trail tours, water parks, golfing, sleigh rides and guided snowshoe hikes.

Georgian International is not just carving its own path in the real-estate business, which began in 1985. The diverse company’s divisions include Georgian Chevrolet Buick GMC and Air Georgian, which operates as an Air Canada Express partner where it carries upwards of one million passengers annually.

With Toronto home prices continuing to rise and other communities such as Hamilton seeing similar increases, you can imagine why some Ontarians might look at living in pastoral communities such as Georgian Bay or Oro-Medonte. To be closer to nature, and farther from the concrete jungles, can harken us back to a simpler time. And for a company like Georgian International, they want to give people that sense of a home ensconced among mountains, lakes, Christmas tree parks and skating ponds.

And if that isn’t being Canadian at its most grassroots, we don’t know what is.

GEORGIAN HOMES

Braestone

Located at 3288 Line 9 North, Oro-Medonte, the Discover Centre and Model Homes are open Monday to Friday from noon to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

705.727.5656
Braestone.ca

Windfall

Located at 104 Yellow Birch Crescent, Blue Mountains, the Sales Centre and Model Homes are open Monday to Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.

705.293-0954
WindfallAtBlue.com

Mountain House at Windfall

Go online to register for information.

MountainHouseWindfall.ca



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Builder Profile: Briarwood Homes

Builder Profile: Briarwood Homes

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Builder Profile: Briarwood Homes

by Catherine Daley

A personal commitment to quality

Sixty years ago, Enzo Di Giovanni’s family immigrated from Italy. With them, they brought hand-crafted construction techniques derived from a long legacy of home building. Di Giovanni’s relatives were masters in masonry and concrete, and those skills were passed down to him at a very young age. “I’ve lived most of my life on a construction site,” says Di Giovanni.

While it may be a slight exaggeration, it isn’t far from the truth. Di Giovanni has an extensive background in a number of trades as a result of being on site since his youth – and he’s learned to master the artistry that goes along with them. His passion is shared with everyone who works on each new home building project – from start to finish.

Briarwood Homes is now in their 28th year in Canada, and they have focused their expertise on the Southern Ontario area. “We’re all about developing, and building, all-encompassing communities,” says Di Giovanni. “They’re built to a master plan that often includes a full range of amenities and retail services, as well.”

Quality features and finishes are evident in every Briarwood home.
Quality features and finishes are evident in every Briarwood home.

It’s this forward-thinking philosophy that continues to put Briarwood on the top rung of the building industry ladder. They are developing more sustainable communities that are also environment-friendly. Green roofs are being incorporated on top of their high rise buildings, and rough-ins are included in garages to accommodate super-charged, electric vehicles. “It’s all about anticipating what our homebuyers are looking for today,” says Di Giovanni. “And what they might possibly need for generations to come.”

Our customers have come to expect hands-on attention and hand-picked options.

Extending from Kingston in the east, to the northern climes of Muskoka, as well as the south/western region of Fort Erie (and everything in between), Briarwood Homes has an extensive portfolio of high-, low- and mid-rise communities in Newmarket, Brampton, Milton, Angus, Sutton and Prince Edward County, to name a few.

The Briarwood team prepares for another new home community.
The Briarwood team prepares for another new home community.

New projects currently in production, or recently finished, include Pretty River in Collingwood, Fletcher’s Meadow in Brampton, Mill Street in Tottenham and Havelock Town Manors in Markham, as well as a limited edition of luxury towns on the water in Jackson’s Point.

An in-house designer is available to assist new home buyers with a selection of finishes and upgrades to best represent their personal style.

When Briarwood is designing a model home or a new condo lobby, they outsource the decorating to the best in the business. Nothing is left to chance.

Homebuyers appreciate the hands-on attention and unparalleled customer service that they’ve come to expect from Briarwood Homes, because they know that nothing will be overlooked. All departmental employees, along with the trades and manufacturers that Di Giovanni deals with, respect this level of commitment. Only the highest quality materials are sourced, and a wide selection of options are hand-picked. “It’s what our customers want,” says Di Giovanni.

While the CEO of Briarwood Homes, Enzo Di Giovanni, may have a bricks and mortar office located at the company’s head office in Richmond Hill, it’s more likely that his car is command central. “I’m completely hands-on,” says Di Giovanni. “I get personally involved – it’s in my DNA.”

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Monaco

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Stonebrook Development’s new condo in the heart of downtown Collingwood set to exceed expectations

Perhaps you skied “Blue” when you were younger?

Maybe your friends invited you to their bay-side chalet ‘up north’? Or you drove through Collingwood oblivious to the urban community as you raced to tee off at one of the Region’s grand golf courses?

So, you think you know Collingwood? Think again, because no matter how well you think you know Collingwood, its time to get to know the “new Collingwood”. Considered by many to be Ontario’s playground thanks to the four-season resort lifestyle provided by the slopes of the Blue Mountains or the waves of Georgian Bay, it’s the sophisticated urban renaissance of downtown Collingwood that’s redefining the area.

Once marked by its charming small-town feel, the historic downtown district is undergoing revitalization, transforming it into a highly desirable destination for those seeking chic boutiques, trendy restaurants and dynamic entertainment venues.

Anyone familiar with real estate trends understands that as communities evolve it’s usually connected to a residential renaissance,” says Paul Bonwick of Stonebrook Developments.

Bonwick, a long-time resident and civic leader in the Collingwood area has seen first-hand the evolution of his community. Today, with his partners at Stonebrook, they are leading that transformation with the development of Collingwood’s first luxury condominium, Monaco, which will be located next to the downtown heritage district within walking distance to its many fine restaurants, amenities, and shopping.

“Collingwood has always been a preferred lifestyle community for Ontarians seeking primary or recreational residences,” says Paul Bonwick. “A destination for its luxurious homes along the water and its magnificent chalets has always existed, but urban residential opportunities in the downtown haven’t been available until now.

“With the enhancements and expansion of the downtown district, a new demand for modern urban living has been created — a demand Stonebrook will be satisfying with the residence at Monaco,” adds Bonwick.

Occupying almost a full city block in downtown district, and located at 1 Hume Street, the elegant and sophisticated six-storey complex has been designed by the architectural firm of AJT Architects. Together with interior designers MC2 Designs, Stonebrook will integrate the heritage features of the area within a modern building envelope, creating a new iconic landmark within the downtown district.

“While keeping the heritage feel of the neighbourhood, our architects, designers and construction team at YYZed will meet the sophisticated needs of today’s condominium buyers by weaving quality modern design throughout the common areas and suites,” says Ian Wookey, president of Seniority Investments Ltd.

Ian Wookey is an active partner in Monaco. Ian and his father were largely responsible for the redevelopment of Toronto’s Yorkville Village, effectively creating an iconic world class neighbourhood.

Boasting an intimate collection of just 127 suites, in a range of spacious layouts (one-bedroom, one-plus-den, two-bedroom, twoplus den, and three-bedroom designs), sizes range from 645 square feet to 2,400 square feet. Prices will start in the high $300,000s.

Well-appointed suites, with an exacting attention to detail, each Monaco residence will boast spectacular views, gourmet Italian kitchens, spa-like full baths, high-end appliances, 10-foot ceilings throughout, while grandeur penthouses boast 13-foot ceilings and spectacular roof top amenities.

“We issued a critical challenge to our architects and design teams when conceptualizing the look of Monaco,” notes Bonwick. “We brought them to the site and spent many hours touring both the downtown and surrounding natural areas that were “quintessentially Collingwood”. We then dared them to create a luxury residential building inspired by the beauty of the surrounding area.

“They not only met our challenge, but exceeded our expectations.”

For your chance to experience the new Collingwood, visit the Sales Centre, located at 25 Huron Street, or register at MonacoLife.ca.



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Monaco comes to Collingwood

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Monaco comes to Collingwood

Considered by many to be Ontario’s playground thanks to the four-season resort lifestyle provided by the slopes of the Blue Mountains or the waves of Georgian Bay, the fact is that it’s the sophisticated urban renaissance of downtown Collingwood that’s redefining the area.

Once characterized by its quaint heritage buildings and charming small-town feel, downtown Collingwood is undergoing a revitalization of its main streets, transforming the area into a highly desirable destination for those seeking chic boutiques, trendy restaurants and dynamic entertainment venues.

Anyone familiar with real estate trends understands that as communities evolve it’s “usually connected to a residential renaissance,” says Paul Bonwick of Stonebrook Developments.

Bonwick, a long-time resident and civic leader in the Collingwood area, has seen firsthand the evolution of his community. Today, with his partners at Stonebrook, he is leading that transformation with the development of Collingwood’s first luxury condominium, Monaco, which will be located in the downtown heritage district within walking distance to its many restaurants, amenities, and shopping.

“Collingwood has always been a preferred lifestyle community for Ontarians seeking primary or recreational residences,” says Bonwick. “A destination for its luxurious homes along the water and its magnificent chalets has always existed, but urban residential opportunities in the downtown haven’t been available until now.

“With the enhancements and expansion of the downtown district, a new demand for modern urban living has been created, a demand Stonebrook will be satisfying with the residence at Monaco,” adds Bonwick.

Occupying nearly a full city block in Collingwood’s historic downtown district — located at 1 Hume Street — the six-storey complex has been designed by AJT Architects. Together with interior designers MC2 Designs, Stonebrook will integrate the heritage features of the area within a modern building envelope, creating a new landmark.

“While keeping the heritage feel of the neighbourhood, our architects, designers and construction team at YYZed will meet the sophisticated needs of today’s condominium buyers by weaving quality modern design throughout the common areas and suites,” says Ian Wookey, president of Seniority Investments Ltd.

Wookey — an active partner in the Monaco Development — and his father were largely responsible for the redevelopment of Toronto’s Yorkville Village, effectively creating a world-class neighbourhood.

Boasting an intimate collection of just 127 suites in a range of spacious layouts (one-bedroom, one-plus-den, two-bedroom, two-plus den, and three-bedroom designs) sizes range from 645 square feet to 2,400 square feet. Prices will start in the upper $300,000s.

Well-appointed suites, with an exacting attention to detail, each Monaco residence will boast spectacular views, 10-foot ceiling heights, gourmet Italian kitchens, spa-like full baths, high-end appliances and spectacular rooftop amenities. For your chance to experience the new Collingwood, visit the Sales Centre at 25 Huron Street, or register at monacolife.ca



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Destination Ontario: Collingwood

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Destination Ontario: Collingwood

By Cece Scott www.cecescott.com

A whole lot of shakin’ going on

Collingwood, named one of the 35 most beautiful destinations in Canada (Expedia.ca 2016), is known for its bon vivant spirit, spectacular scenery, fine dining, great shopping and hospitality, in addition to a wide range of naturecentric, four seasons’ activities.

Mill pond dock in summer at Blue Mountain Village

Things to see and do

Collingwood is part of the South Georgian Bay Triangle, and is situated on Nottawasaga Bay – within the shores of Georgian Bay. The area encompasses some touristy hotspots, including Blue Mountain Village and Wasaga Beach – the longest freshwater beach in the world. With sweeping views of the Niagara Escarpment, the Wasaga area is known for great hiking, cycling, swimming and SUP (stand-up paddle boarding). Golf enthusiasts tee off at well-known courses, including Blue Mountain Golf & Country Club, Atoka at Cranberry, and OsterBrook Golf & Country Club.

Elvis Festival – Photo By : Isis Photography

One of the most popular events, is The Collingwood Elvis Festival (the largest Elvis celebration in the world). Now in its 23rd year, the festival (endorsed by both Priscilla Presley and Graceland) draws upwards of 30,000 attendees who sing and groove with more than 100 Elvis impersonators. This year, the festival runs from Friday, July 28th to Sunday, July 30th. The weekend has become such a favourite with Torontonians that they can now hitch a ride to the festival on the Rock & Roll Express from six different Toronto locations.

Blue Mountain, Ontario’s largest mountain village resort, was envisioned as a skiing paradise by Jozo Weider in 1941. Today, skiers can access 42 trails over 364 skiable acres. In the summer, the mountain becomes a bike park with a flowing singletrack and technical downhill descents.

The Scenic Caves, originally home to the Deer Tribe of the Petun First Nations people, are a staple of the Triangle. The caves, some 70 feet deep, were at one time a spiritual Native oasis. Ekarenniondi is a sacred rock at the caves, and was believed to have marked the pathway to the Village of the Souls. Located in one of Canada’s sixteen designated UNESCO biospheres, Scenic Caves Nature Adventures offers a host of other eco adventures, including tree-top canopy walks, 1,000-foot escarpment zip lining, a 420-foot suspension bridge, and 10,000-square-kilometre panoramic views.

Scandinave Spa offers a variety of relaxing treatments. Photo By JoAnn McHardy

Feed your soul

The Triangle offers up some excellent fine dining, both in, and out of, town. Wasaga’s Catch 22 features fresh fish caught in the nearby Georgian Bay waters. The renowned Oliver & Bonancini Cafe Grill, with fire-side tables for cozy après ski and pondside terrace seating for après golf, is located at Blue Mountain Village. Magnone’s Italian Kitchen captures the heart and soul of Italy, and the trendy Copper Blues Bar & Grill has has a more relaxed menu. Fallicious is a great time to visit the village, when many retailers and restaurants offer incentive shopping and dining specials.

Copper Blues Bar & Grill

The Scandinave Spa at Blue is nestled on 25 acres amongst birch, maple and pine trees. Soak in the therapeutic baths and saunas, and enjoy outdoor fires, hammocks and relaxing areas to wile away the day, while taking in the panoramic views of the escarpment.

Walk it off

The Georgian Trail, with magnificent views of the bay and Blue Mountain, runs along the shores of Georgian Bay, through Collingwood, Thornbury and Meaford. With 35 kilometres of trails, its the perfect destination for cross-country skiers, hikers, bikers and walking enthusiasts.

Scenic Caves Nature Adventures – Photo By Image Ontario

Highlights of the four distinctive heritage walking tours revolve around the architectural stylings mastered by local Collingwood architects. The Collingwood Museum features 150 years of marine heritage. A vibrant downtown core serves up unique shops, boutiques and fine dining establishments – all within walking distance in the town of Collingwood.

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Balmoral Village

Balmoral Village

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Balmoral Village

A healthy retirement lifestyle like no other

You’ve made lots of choices in your lifetime, but now that the time has come to make a choice as it relates to where you might want to live during your golden years, the available options may seem daunting. As part of a growing demographic, you’re very particular as to what you want, and that where you choose to settle accommodates your changing needs, as well as offering you an extensive network of support, amenities and activities. The good news is that the developer of Balmoral Village has created a community that covers all the bases, while adding many perks that are sure to delight.

This all-encompassing community offers a village-type atmosphere that includes different styles, and types, of housing options to suit lifestyle demands, as well as financial budgets. Upon completion, Balmoral Village will include 96 bungalows and townhomes, in addition to 49 rental apartments, 129 condos, and a retirement residence with more than 100 independent suites, as well as 20+ assisted living suites.

*Artist's concept correct at press time.
*Artist’s concept correct at press time.

Within the village will be an 8,000-square-foot recreation/community centre, including state-of-the-art exercise equipment, a swimming pool, a demo kitchen and a variety of other amenities. Also offered at the club house will be diversified programs, workshops and educational courses focusing on varied interests.

A 30,000-square-foot medical/wellness centre is planned for the community. Here, residents will have full access to a medical concierge, physicians, physiotherapy, nutritionists, massage and occupational therapy, in addition to other personal care and home support services.

Balmoral Village is located in an enviable area of Collingwood – offering an expansive selection of city amenities, dining options, entertainment and four-season outdoor recreational opportunities. This area was specifically chosen, because Collingwood is an accessible community that leverages on its core strengths, like a vibrant downtown, as well as access to miles of hiking trails, Georgian Bay, golf courses, skiing and a plethora of other seasonal activities.

More than 70 per cent of the bungalow and townhome residences are now sold, with first occupancies expected this summer. Worry-free, one- and two-bedroom condominiums in a five-storey, mid-rise building, which includes underground parking and storage, can be reserved now. Condo prices start from $300,000 for floorplans that range from 700 to 1,300 square feet, with larger penthouse layouts available. Comparable condo suites in Toronto would be listed for twice as much. The Recreation Club and independent apartment rentals, in addition to suites in the retirement residence, which will include a meal plan, will be ready for occupancy this coming fall.

“I would not build something if I wouldn’t live there myself,” says Thomas Vincent, master developer. “You can’t replicate this opportunity anywhere else in Ontario. At Balmoral Village we have created an urban village, a private enclave – a community of care.”

CONTACT INFORMATION

Book an appointment with a Balmoral Village specialist, and register online for construction updates.

(705) 446-1119
BalmoralVillage.ca


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Eden Oak

Editor’s Choice: Eden Oak

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Editor’s Choice: Eden Oak

Indigo Estates Collingwood fits your lifestyle

Eden Oak’s exclusive new community Indigo Estates Collingwood just hosted its Grand Opening with resounding success!

Located at the intersection of Poplar Side Road and Hurontario Street, Indigo Estates is only five minutes from downtown Collingwood, 30 minutes northwest of Barrie and 90 minutes north of Toronto. The homes at Indigo Estates Collingwood are designed to be an extension of your lifestyle — a place to gather with your friends and family, to relax and indulge in the finer things in life.

Choose your home from the stunning array of singles on 36-, 46- and 56-foot lots with sizes ranging up to over 3,000 square feet. The designs have three- and four-bedroom homes that are perfect for your life — whether you are starting out, or starting a new chapter. Features such as nine-foot-high ceilings, beautiful master ensuites and his-and-her walkins make Indigo Estates Collingwood a place you can truly call home.

For over 30 years Eden Oak’s mantra has been: Build it strong. Build it right.

That has allowed Eden Oak to create over 5,000 new homes across Ontario, in places like Collingwood, Port Severn, Brampton, Vaughan, Oakville, Georgetown, Markham, Etobicoke, Port Credit, Newmarket and Unionville.

With prices starting just from the low $400,000s, this is an unbeatable offer for those who want to indulge in fourseason living. It’s time to go for it!

EDEN OAK
Indigo Estates Collingwood

Located at 833 Hurontario Street, Collingwood, the Sales Centre is open:
Monday, Thursday and Friday from 1 to 7 p.m.;
Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.;
closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

(705) 443-8574
IndigoEstates.ca

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Silver Glen Preserve

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Sherwood Homes releases final phase

The all-encompassing community of Silver Glen Preserve in Collingwood has proven to be exactly what people are looking for. The last, and final, phase was recently released, and new home purchasers are ecstatic about the maintenance-free bungalows and two-storey designs.

Located in the heart of Collingwood, a true community spirit has been created to reflect the wants and needs of a new class of homebuyers. Residents of Silver Glen benefit from an in-town setting with all the shopping, entertainment and dining destinations that Collingwood has to offer. Sherwood Homes has designed a community that promotes an easy-going lifestyle, in a location like no other.

Silver Glen is positioned to take advantage of a wide range of sporting and leisure activities that are available in the immediate area. Blue Mountain offers some of the best conditions for downhill skiing in Ontario, as well as spectacular trails and Canada’s oldest, and longest, footpath. The Bruce Trail is open all year long and is perfect for hiking, biking and skiing. Soak up some relaxation at an outdoor spa, play a round of golf at any number of courses in the area, or bask on the shores of Georgian Bay.

Spacious bungalow and two-storey floorplans range in size from 1,632 to 1,715 square feet, with prices starting from the $420,000s. Interiors have been expertly designed and include two or three bedroom layouts with two-and-a-half bathrooms.

Standard features include granite countertops in the kitchen and bathrooms, nine-foot ceilings on the main floor, a rustic stone mantel that augments the natural gas fireplace, and a five-piece kitchen/ laundry appliance package. And like all homes built by Sherwood Homes, the homes at Silver Glen are built to ENERGY STAR standards to help save you money on utility bills and to reduce energy consumption.

Silver Glen is appealing to homeowners at various stages of life. Freedom-seeking retirees love the idea of living in a central location, but with ease of access to outdoor activities. Since there’s no need to worry about cutting the grass or shoveling the snow, Silver Glen is also perfect for growing families, and for those who are looking for a weekend or seasonal retreat.

At Silver Glen you can be as busy as you want to be, or do nothing at all – it’s all up to you.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Silver Glen Preserve is located at 86 Conservation Way (Silver Glen Boulevard), off of Highway 26 in Collingwood.

The Sales Centre and Model Home are open from noon to 5 p.m. Monday to Sunday (closed Wednesday).

(705) 446-2685
silverglenpreserve.ca

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Sherwood Homes

Editor’s Choice: Sherwood Homes

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Editor’s Choice: Sherwood Homes

Final phase released at Silver Glen Preserve in the heart of Ontario’s four-season playground

Located in the heart of Collingwood, on the doorstep of Blue Mountain and Georgian Bay and just a quick drive to Toronto, Silver Glen Preserve is at the heart of Ontario’s four-season recreational hub.

In close proximity to nature, this exceptional community by Sherwood Homes offers a prime in-town location and is close to all amenities, including shops, cafés, restaurants, schools and health care facilities.

Nature enthusiasts will appreciate the nearby Blue Mountains, featuring spectacular trails — including Canada’s oldest and longest footpath, the Bruce Trail — perfect for skiing, hiking and biking. A remarkable number of golf courses also grace the region including the Blue Mountain Golf Club, which is only minutes away.

All of the homes at Silver Glen Preserve are built to Energy Star standards, which means your new home will be healthy and green and will reduce energy consumption while saving you money on utility bills.

With contemporary finishes and precision planning, the homes at Silver Glen Preserve are designed with an eye for style that truly allows you to make the home your own. This stunning, master-planned community offers residents maintenance-free living in an area renowned for its abundance of all-season in-town and outdoor active lifestyle opportunities.

Just released is the final phase of bungalows and two-storey townhomes, ranging in size from 1,632 to 1,715 square feet, with two or three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Prices start in the low $400,000s.

Standard features include granite countertops in kitchens and bathrooms, a natural gas fireplace with rustic stone mantel, nine-foot ceilings on the main floor, a five-piece kitchen/laundry appliance package, hardwood flooring in the great room and/or dining room and ceramic tile flooring in bathrooms, mudrooms, laundry rooms, kitchens and foyers.

The new Recreation Centre inside the Silver Glen Preserve community offers an array of activities and features a fitness room, change rooms with showers and saunas, a large dining hall with full kitchen and an outdoor pool.

SHERWOOD HOMES
Silver Glen Preserve

Located at 86 Conservation Way (Silver Glen Boulevard, off Highway 26), Collingwood, the Sales Centre and Model Home are open from noon to 5 p.m.; closed Wednesday and holidays. Go online to register to receive more information about the final phase.

1-705-446-2685
SilverGlenPreserve.ca

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