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Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Andrin Homes

Bringing exceptional innovative designs to Southern Ontario

With an incredible portfolio of over 3,500 homes in communities across southern Ontario, Andrin Homes’ commitment to excellence has been at the cornerstone of their undisputed building success.

A testament to the company’s exceptional building standards, Andrin has produced a series of outstanding master-planned communities, creating beautiful homes that embrace the homebuyer’s every need through unsurpassed living environments.

Andrin will soon be releasing detached-home communities in Milton and East Gwillimbury, as well as new incredible townhome communities in Aurora and Markham.

Due to their unprecedented success, Andrin is also scheduled to release future phases in the following communities: detached homes at Hillsborough (Holland Landing), townhomes at both Glenway (Newmarket) and Country Lane (Whitby), and Condominiums at Tower Two (Kitchener).

MILTON

Andrin is excited to announce that the release for one of their most anticipated new detached/townhome communities, Panorama in Milton, is just around the corner.

As Canada’s fastest-growing community and preferred tourist destination, Milton attracts more than 1.5 million visitors each year. Nestled at the base of the Niagara Escarpment, Milton offers an abundance of parkland and trails including the Bruce Trail and the century-old Mill Pond in the heart of the historic downtown area. An ideal place to live, work and play, Milton has experienced a new residential and industrial growth unprecedented in Canada.

This collection of detached homes and townhomes in Milton is for families who thrive on access to breathtaking natural spaces. Located within walking distance from Kelso Park, families will be able to enjoy year-round recreation including swimming, camping, skiing and tobogganing within the neighbourhood borders.

HILLSBOROUGH

With phase one and two successfully sold out, Andrin is preparing to release the next phase of Holland Landing’s most coveted master-planned community, Hillsborough. A unique collection of detached homes on 38-, 40- and 45-foot lots, Hillsborough is uniquely surrounded by parks, nature reserves and conservation areas.

At the heart of Hillborough is an incredible 10-acre community park featuring a baseball diamond, basketball courts, a playground, splash pads, ponds, sitting areas and a gazebo – all linked by pathways that are in and around the community.

Homebuyers will also have easy access to the new Highway 404 extension and the East Gwillimbury GO Transit station with direct access to downtown Toronto.

GLENWAY

Newmarket’s premier townhome community, Glenway, is now under construction with the next phase expected to be released in 2018. An exclusive collection of two and three-storey townhomes, the community is set on attractive, tree-lined streetscapes featuring luxuriously appointed interiors and meticulous craftsmanship.

Glenway is easily connected to the 400 series of highways including the Highway 404 extension and Highways 401 and the 407. Homeowners are also steps away from the Viva transit line, GO Transit trains and buses, as well as the rapid transit lanes on Yonge Street.

COUNTRY LANE

Country Lane in Whitby represents a new style of the master-planned community with unique streetscapes, traffic calming roundabouts and meticulously designed homes – all set on 26-, 36- and 45-foot lots.

With Country Lane’s Phase One having been one of its most successful communities, Andrin cannot wait to introduce a new phase of townhomes to homebuyers in the upcoming year.

Country Lane is moments away from excellent schools, shopping, restaurants and recreation. Minutes from GO Transit and Highways 401 and 407, homebuyers are just 30 minutes away from Toronto — close enough to the big city, yet far enough away to offer a clean, small-town style family community.

TOWER TWO CONDOMINIUMS

Tower Two sets a new standard for sustainable urban living with the introduction of Kitchener’s first LEED candidate residential condominium community.

With City Centre built and completely sold out and Tower Two set to open soon, this condominium project exudes a truly urban lifestyle, including the use of energy efficient heating, plumbing and electrical systems, reduced consumption, enhanced recycling, walking, biking, car share and transit.

Mere steps from transit, Tower Two is situated in a vibrant, dynamic neighbourhood with well-established shopping, dining, entertainment and employment opportunities.

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Editor's Choice: Andrin Homes

Editor’s Choice: Andrin Homes

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Editor’s Choice: Andrin Homes

Bringing exceptional innovative designs to Southern Ontario

With an incredible portfolio of over 3,500 homes in communities across Southern Ontario, Andrin Homes’ commitment to excellence has been at the cornerstone of their undisputed building success.

A testament to the company’s exceptional building standards, Andrin has produced a series of outstanding master-planned communities, creating beautiful homes that embrace the homebuyer’s every need through unsurpassed living environments.

Andrin will soon be releasing detached home communities in Milton and East Gwillimbury, as well as new incredible townhome communities in Aurora and Markham.

Due to their unprecedented success, Andrin is also scheduled to release future phases in the following communities: detached homes at Hillsborough (Holland Landing), townhomes at both Glenway (Newmarket) and Country Lane (Whitby), and condominiums at Tower Two (Kitchener).

PANORAMA

Andrin is excited to announce that the release for one of their most anticipated new detached/townhome communities, Panorama in Milton, is just around the corner.

As Canada’s fastest-growing community and preferred tourist destination, Milton attracts more than 1.5 million visitors each year. Nestled at the base of the Niagara Escarpment, Milton offers an abundance of parkland and trails including the Bruce Trail and the century-old Mill Pond in the heart of the historic downtown area. An ideal place to live, work and play, Milton has experienced a new residential and industrial growth unprecedented in Canada.

HILLSBOROUGH

With phase one and two successfully sold out, Andrin is also preparing to release the next phase of Holland Landing’s most coveted master-planned community, Hillsborough. A unique collection of detached homes on 38-, 40- and 45-foot lots, Hillsborough is uniquely surrounded by parks, nature reserves and conservation areas.

At the heart of the Hillborough is an incredible 10-acre community park featuring a baseball diamond, basketball courts, a playground, splash pads, ponds, sitting areas and a gazebo – all linked by pathways that are in and around the community.

GLENWAY

Newmarket’s premier townhome community, Glenway, is now under construction with the next phase expected to be released in 2018.

An exclusive collection of two and three-storey townhomes, the community is set on attractive, tree-lined streetscapes featuring luxuriously appointed interiors and meticulous craftsmanship.

COUNTRY LANE

Country Lane in Whitby represents a new style of the master-planned community with unique streetscapes, traffic calming roundabouts and meticulously designed homes, all set on 26-, 36- and 45-foot lots.

With Country Lane’s Phase One having been one of its most successful communities, Andrin cannot wait to introduce a new phase of townhomes to homebuyers in the upcoming year.

Country Lane is moments away from excellent schools, shopping, restaurants and recreation.

TOWER TWO CONDOMINIUMS

Tower Two sets a new standard for sustainable urban living with the introduction of Kitchener’s first LEED candidate residential condominium community.

With City Centre built and completely sold out and Tower Two set to open soon, this condominium project exudes a truly urban lifestyle, including the use of energy efficient heating, plumbing and electrical systems, reduced consumption, enhanced recycling, walking, biking, car share and transit.

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Editor's Choice: Rosehaven Homes

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At 25, Rosehaven is just getting started

At the beginning of Rosehaven Homes’ 25th anniversary year, they vowed this would be its best year yet. With the year only halfway through, the trusted builder looks like it is on track to achieve just that.

Rosehaven could have looked back in pride. After all, since their first community opened in Waterdown in 1992, Rosehaven has built over 6,000 homes in many inspired new home communities all over Southern Ontario. They’ve received numerous awards and been recognized for excellence at the municipal, provincial and federal levels. With one of the highest repeat buyer rates, the builder has proven they build customer satisfaction.

But resting on past achievements is simply not the Rosehaven way. Continually striving for excellence, Rosehaven Homes offers something for everyone. This year’s incredibly successful new releases in Stoney Creek, Ancaster and Brampton are proof that at 25, Rosehaven is just getting started.

Rosehaven launched Phase 2 at On The Ridge in Stony Creek and sold out of all the townhomes over one weekend. These newly designed freehold townhomes were clearly exactly what buyers wanted; terrific, high-quality homes in a vibrant neighbourhood near shopping, dining, entertainment, parks and trails.

The new release of stunning singles, semis and towns at Tiffany Hill in Ancaster also sold out in under a week. Buyers had been eagerly awaiting this new release in a lovely, established, family-friendly neighbourhood, and homes were quickly snapped up.

And to top that off, a new phase of singles and towns was released at The Neighborhoods of Mount Pleasant. This release was also much anticipated and the singles sold out in just a few days.

Rosehaven Homes’ first foray into the Burlington condo market is another triumph. Released in 2016, Affinity West is already the fastest selling midrise in Burlington’s Aldershot neighbourhood. Affinity West is 90 per cent sold and Affinity East just opened, offering new designs and larger suites from one-bedroom up to two-bedroom plus formal dining room, ranging in size from 585 up to 1,272 square feet. The Presentation Centre is located at 348 Plains Road East in Aldershot.

Rosehaven will take a pause to celebrate 25 years of building on July 10. The second half of Rosehaven’s anniversary year gets underway after that and it promises to be equally busy, with a number of new releases coming this fall and late 2017.

Those buyers who missed out on the recent releases will be excited to hear that On The Ridge returns this fall to Stoney Creek. The first launch will be offering freehold towns and semis, and will be followed later in the year with 40- and 35-foot singles.

Tiffany Hill in Ancaster just gets better because everything about this desirable neighborhood has been planned with a sense of community in mind. Rosehaven’s next release will feature 45- and 40-foot singles, freehold towns and condo towns in this “country-chic” community traced with parks and trails, woodlands and waterfalls.

Also coming later this fall is more of what Brampton buyers love at The Neighbourhoods of Mount Pleasant. A new release of singles and towns with stone, brick and stucco exteriors are coming to this popular community of beautiful homes.

With a new highrise condo in the planning stages for Grimsby, new singles and towns coming to North Oakville, a new release coming soon to Anchor Woods in Holland Landing and Dreamfields in Bradford, this is clearly going to be a year to remember for Rosehaven Homes and their delighted new homebuyers.

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Local Focus – Newmarket

by Gale Beeby

Living History

Newmarket’s location on the Holland River made the area a natural route of travel between Lake Ontario and Lake Simcoe. A major portage route, The Toronto Carrying-Place Trail rain one of its two routes down the Holland River, through the Newmarket area, and over the Oak Ridges Moraine to the Rouge River and into Lake Ontario.

A more used route ran down the western branch of the Holland River, over the moraine and down the Humber River.

Selecting the eastern route as the better of the two, John Graves Simcoe started construction of Yonge Street along the former trail in late 1795, starting in York and ending at St. Albans (now Holland Landing), north of Newmarket.

Fairy Lake
Fairy Lake

By 1801, Joseph Hill had constructed a mill on the Holland River, damming it to produce a mill pond that is now known as Fairy Lake. The town of Upper Yonge Street sprouted up around the mill, which explains why its primary downtown area was centred on the Holland River, and not on the nearby Yonge Street. Hill also built a tannery just to the north of the mill, and the first store and house, as well as additional mills.

By 1802, Elisha Beman started to establish businesses and buy land in Newmarket. A mill was first and other businesses (including a distillery) soon followed. The town continued to grow through the early 19th century, along with the formation of Aurora and Holland Landing. A market held in the current downtown location gave the town its name, Newmarket.

Newmarket played a central role in the Rebellion of 1837. The town was a focal point of discontent against the manipulations of the governing Family Compact. Rebel leader William Lyon Mackenzie organized a series of meetings leading to the rebellion. During the first of these meetings, in 1837, Mackenzie delivered his first campaign speech from the veranda of the North American Hotel at the corner of Botsford and Main Streets. This speech is largely credited for being the initial spark to the rebellion as it was heard by about 600 farmers and others sympathetic to Mackenzie’s cause, who later that year armed themselves and marched down Yonge Street to take the capital. A number of leaders from this area were later attainted for high treason, convicted and hanged.

Newmarket was incorporated as a village in 1857 with a population of 700. In 1880, with a population of 2,000, Newmarket became a town and William Cane was elected as its first mayor.

In 1858, Robert Simpson co-opened Simpson & Trent Groceries, Boots, Shoes and Dry Goods store in downtown Newmarket, the first store in what would become the Simpsons department store chain.

In 1853, the first train pulled into Newmarket on the Toronto, Simcoe & Lake Huron Union Railroad, the first railway in Upper Canada. It eventually linked Toronto to Collingwood, a major shipbuilding centre. Today, this line is the Newmarket Subdivision of the CNR system.

At the turn of the 20th century, the East Holland River was straightened to prepare it for use as a commercial waterway to bypass the railway, whose prices were skyrocketing. Sir William Mulock, the local MP, proposed a canal system running down the Holland River through Holland Landing and into Lake Simcoe. This would allow boats to connect from there to the Trent-Severn Waterway. The canal was almost complete by the summer of 1912, when it was cancelled by the incoming government of Robert Borden. Today, the locks are still visible and are known as the Ghost Canal. The turning basin in downtown Newmarket was filled in and now forms the parking lot of The Old Davis Tannery Mall, on the site of the former Hill tannery.

Downtown Newmarket
Downtown Newmarket

By the 1950s, Newmarket was experiencing a suburban building boom due to its proximity to Toronto. The population increased from 5,000 to 11,000 between 1950 and 1970. The construction of Upper Canada Mall at the corner of Yonge Street and Davis Drive in 1974 started pulling the focal point of the town westward from the historic downtown area.

By the early 1980s, the original historic downtown area suffered as most businesses had moved to the area around Upper Canada Mall. A concerted effort to revitalize the historic downtown area during the late 1980s was successful. A $2.3 million investment was made by the town in 2004 in streetscaping and infrastructure improvements to roads and sidewalks in the historic downtown and it is once again a major focal point of the town.

Housing Options

Often considered a bedroom community of Toronto, Newmarket has a wide selection of homes for any taste or budget, from historic century homes to custom estate homes. Newmarket has also seen the influx of the condo boom, but single-family homes are still the norm. A number of developers are currently building in Newmarket and Aurora.

To see a list of homes for sale, go here.

The Workplace

Newmarket’s growing economy is largely based in the business services and knowledge industries, as well as the manufacturing and retail sectors. Its largest employer is Southlake Regional Health Centre, and private sector employers include Allied International Credit, Flextronics Renewable Energy and TS Tech Canada Inc.

School Days

Newmarket is overseen by York Region’s two schools boards, the York Region District School Board and the York Catholic District School Board. There are also a number of private schools, including the prestigious Pickering College and St. Andrew’s College. Seneca College also has a campus in Newmarket.

Leisure Pursuits

The Newmarket Theatre is the largest in town, with a capacity of 400, and boats a selection of world-class artists each year. The Resurgence Theatre Company is a small professional company that is focused on resurrecting the classics and has an annual Shakespearean production in the Fairly Lake Conservation Area.

Old Town Hall
Old Town Hall

The Old Town Hall also hosts theatre and performing arts and is undergoing a revitalization.

Elman W. Campbell Museum
Elman W. Campbell Museum

The Elman W. Campbell Museum collects, preserves, researches, studies, exhibits and interprets artefacts relating to the social political and economic history of Newmarket.

Newmarket is home to the Newmarket Hurricanes, who compete in the Ontario Junior A Hockey League. Their main rivals are the Aurora Tigers. There are several golf courses in the area, including Silver Lake Golf Course, St. Andrew’s Valley, Highland Gate Golf Club, Westview Golf Club, Magna Golf Club and Beacon Hill Golf Club.

Parks & Rec

Newmarket has over 45 parks with over 800 acres of parkland, including picnic areas, walking trails, playgrounds, soccer pitches, tennis courts, basketball courts and baseball diamonds.

The Holland River Valley Trail, designed in 2000 as part of the regional Nokiidaa Trail, passes through a natural valley of mixed forests, meadows and wetland habitats.

Fairy Lake
Fairy Lake

Fairy Lake was created when a dam was built on the East Holland River in 1801. Originally a millpond, it is now used for recreation, including playgrounds, picnic areas and walking trails. The park has a pavilion offering shelter and washrooms, chess/checker tables and a barbecue site.

The Mabel Davis Conservation Area consists of seven hectares of parkland with 1,400 metres of trails along the east and west sides of the East Holland River, where cyclists and hikers can enjoy a natural setting and bird watch.

Upper Canada Mall
Upper Canada Mall

Retail Therapy

Newmarket has a fabulous historic downtown that offers many unique boutiques, antique shops, restaurants and cafés. Here you can see beautiful flower displays along Main Street. The Upper Canada Mall is a high-end centre with over 300 stores and services and is surrounded by other shopping plazas and big box stores.

Lakeridge Regional Health Centre
Lakeridge Regional Health Centre

Essential Services

Local police services are provided by the York Regional Police, who service the entire region. Fire service is provided by Central York Fire Services, a shared arrangement between Aurora and Newmarket. Southlake Regional Health Centre provides a wide range of services.

Easy Access

Newmarket is connected to Toronto by Highway 404, which then connects with Highways 407 and 401. Public transit is provided by York Region Transit, which operates the Viva Blue bus rapid transit route from Newmarket to the Finch Bus Terminal. YRT is also building a Rapidway along Davis Drive between Yonge Street and Highway 404, with separated bus lanes. Commuter train and bus service is operated by GO Transit, which can takes commuters south to Toronto and north to Barrie.

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Is there anything better than being 25?

Actually, it’s just the beginning! This year Rosehaven celebrates its 25th Anniversary and they are going to make it one of the best years ever. Rosehaven has built homes for over 6,000 families so far and has won lots of awards doing it. But, at 25, they are just hitting their stride. So wait until you see what Rosehaven has planned for this year. And the year after. And the year after . . .

The team at Rosehaven is passionate about architecture and design. Great architecture inspires them. Superior construction drives them. At the forefront of innovative design and construction since its inception, Rosehaven Homes has received a long list of rewards for excellence on local, national and world-class levels. Most recently, Rosehaven was happy to be the recipient of the 2016 HERS Award, Home Energy Efficiency Canadian President’s Award for Most Homes Rated HERS 53 or Lower.

You’d expect a 25 year old to be tech savvy. That’s why you’ll see Rosehaven’s online presence moving front and centre with evolving content, including Facebook contests and activities. Never satisfied with riding on the success of the past, Rosehaven is always thinking about how to improve the homebuying experience. The new year will see the launch of their redesigned website with a fresh new look and loads of connectivity so homebuyers can share their dreams and ideas directly with Rosehaven.

After years of planning, Rosehaven will have a number of superb new home communities available for buyers seeking chic designs, enviable amenities and convenient locations in 2017 and beyond.

GRIMSBY & HAMILTON

Rosehaven is very excited to be bringing its first ever highrise condo to Grimsby, steps from the lake and Casablanca Beach, and a new midrise condominium to Hamilton’s downtown.

STONEY CREEK

At On The Ridge, a new release of freehold townhomes is poised a touch above, located high on the Niagara Escarpment where nature is spectacular. Executive singles that are walking distance to the waterfront and next to the Fifty Point Conservation Area and marina, are also coming soon to Lake Pointe at Stoney Creek.

ANCASTER

Rosehaven returns to Tiffany Hill in 2017. Buyers will find new singles, semis and freehold townhomes in this established neighbourhood of elegant detached houses on winding streets and quiet crescents.

BURLINGTON

Rosehaven recently debuted Affinity Condominium in Burlington’s Aldershot neighbourhood, consisting of two contemporary midrise buildings, each with fitness/yoga, party room, rooftop terrace and more.

OAKVILLE

The Randall Residences, the luxury condominium that was inspired by the timeless elegance of Beaux Arts architecture in Paris, is over 70 per cent sold. These luxury and penthouse suites range in size from 1,807 to over 2,928 square feet and include either private rooftop terraces or access to a common terrace for outdoor entertaining.

Also coming to Oakville in 2017 is a stunning selection of singles and towns at Woodland Trails, located at 6th Line and Burnhamthorpe Road.

BRAMPTON

Brampton’s Townhaus Collection is almost sold out (only three remain). These stylish, contemporary freehold townhomes are located in Mount Pleasant. Buyers will also find another phase of singles and towns coming to the successful community of Mount Pleasant in 2017.

Just recently released in this sought-after community are three singles, two of Rosehaven’s 45-foot decorated model homes, the Treeline and the Valley Creek, plus its popular 41-foot design the Rollingwood, located on a gorgeous ravine lot with a 69-foot frontage.

BRADFORD

Dreamfields in Bradford returns with Phase 4. This fabulous collection of singles and townhomes exudes charm and heritage. With Dreamfields you will find Rosehaven’s exceptional design elements in a dream community, surrounded by incredible golf courses, shopping, parks and more.

HOLLAND LANDING

The first launch of Anchor Woods was an overwhelming success and Rosehaven is working hard to expedite the next phase in late 2017, which will feature detached, semis and townhomes.

ATTENTION TO DETAIL

For the past 25 years, Rosehaven has shown a commitment to both timeless architectural elements and luxurious contemporary amenities with attention to detail both inside and out of every property it builds.

Ensuring that homebuyers have an exceptional experience putting their personal touches on their new home is essential. Rosehaven’s Decor Studio in Oakville shows this commitment to style by offering over 3,000 square feet of cutting-edge finishes, gleaming faucets and fixtures, carpets, fireplaces, fine hardwood, gourmet kitchens and spa-inspired bathrooms to inspire homeowners. Rosehaven Decor Consultants guide the process of choosing fixtures and finishes to help all homeowners make their Rosehaven home express their unique style.

The upcoming quarter century is sure to bring a future filled with new ideas and bold inspirations for Rosehaven, which is always at the forefront of community building. As Rosehaven looks ahead, it will continue developing new innovations so tomorrow’s families can be proud of what they have accomplished in their Rosehaven home. No matter whether it’s a townhome, semi, single or condo, buyers can always be assured that it is a quality Rosehaven Home.

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Three cheers for Rosehaven

Successful launches at three innovative Rosehaven communities have new home purchasers applauding the award-winning builder. Once again, Rosehaven delivers exactly what buyers are looking for.

AFFINITY IN ALDERSHOT

Rosehaven debuted Affinity Condominiums with real excitement at two preview events, starting with a private preview, and then appointments for those who registered. Those in attendance were thrilled with both the suites and the new community and sales were brisk. The Grand Opening is Saturday, November 5 and the doors will be open to welcome everyone.

Located near the Aldershot GO Transit station, Affinity Condominium consists of two contemporary midrise buildings that offer the best of nature and neighbourhood near the pulse of the city. Each building boasts its own fitness/yoga room, party room with kitchen, rooftop terrace and more.

This inspired condominium is surrounded by an established tree-lined neighbourhood, just steps from outdoor escapes and close to transit links to the rest of the GTA.

MOUNT PLEASANT IN BRAMPTON

Mount Pleasant was the scene of more excitement with the recent launch of the new Townhaus Collection. Pre-registrants lined up for their appointments and what a sensation! Three new contemporary freehold townhome designs with impressive exterior elevations were a great success.

These innovative two- and three-storey homes feature contemporary open-concept living spaces for easy living and entertaining. The Courtyard Towns feature a private courtyard, perfect for entertaining, and the Terrace Towns offer a sunny rear terrace on the second level. Rosehaven is looking forward to Phase 4 at Mount Pleasant coming next year with singles and towns, as well as the exciting debut of stunning model homes at this award-winning community.

ANCHOR WOODS IN HOLLAND LANDING

Buyers looking for exclusive Rosehaven elegance moments from city amenities as well as country life, will discover the best of all worlds at Anchor Woods in Holland Landing. This wonderful family community offers a stunning collection of 45- and 38-foot singles ranging from 2,500 to over 4,000 square feet, as well as a limited number of semi-detached homes. All of the homes will be finished with Rosehaven signature features including nine-foot main floor smooth ceilings, oak staircases, hardwood flooring and more.

Everything is at your doorstep when you live at Anchor Woods in an exciting existing neighbourhood in Holland Landing, minutes from Newmarket and Bradford. Highway 404 is nearby for easy access to the GTA.

This is the perfect place to call home and raise a family amid the serenity of the countryside with the city conveniences moments away. Those buyers who are interested should visit at AnchorWoods.ca today.

LOOKING AHEAD TO 2017

Next year is shaping up to be just as full of excitement from Rosehaven Homes. Freehold townhomes are coming to On The Ridge in Stoney Creek and singles and towns are coming to Tiffany Hill in Ancaster, Mount Pleasant in Brampton and Dreamfields in Brampton.

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Making news this fall

It’s all about Rosehaven Homes this fall season as the trusted builder has new communities, new releases and new designs across the Golden Horseshoe from Stoney Creek to Holland Landing.

MOUNT PLEASANT IN BRAMPTON

At Mount Pleasant in Brampton, Rosehaven’s big townhome event is a huge hit with new homebuyers. The visionary builder’s new Townhaus Collection has just been released to rave reviews — and brisk sales. All of these fine townhomes feature Rosehaven signature finishes that include oak stairs, nine-foot ceilings in the main living spaces, hardwood flooring, ensuite bathrooms and much more.

Three brand new contemporary freehold townhome designs with impressive exterior elevations are being offered, including Courtyard Towns, Terrace Towns and Live/Work Towns.

Mount Pleasant is also looking forward to Phase 4 in early 2017 with stunning singles and more exciting freehold towns. Watch for details coming soon.

LAKE POINTE IN STONEY CREEK

Rosehaven elegance is coming to the shores of Lake Ontario this fall with the exciting new release of just five 60-foot estate executive singles in the established community of Lake Pointe at Fifty Road and McCollum Road in Stoney Creek.

With a three-acre park at its heart, the community is also just steps from the Fifty Point Conservation Area with 80 hectares of parklands, trails, fishing pond, beaches, marina, boat launch and more.

To be one of only five fortunate families to own an estate home at Lake Pointe, you will have to act quickly. Register today at RosehavenHomes.com.

AFFINITY CONDOMINIUMS IN ALDERSHOT

This fall, the award-winning builder introduces condo living to Filmandale Road and Plains Road East. Surrounded by an established tree-lined neighbourhood, Affinity is just steps from outdoor escapes and minutes to the Aldershot GO Transit station with the bus right at the doorstep.

Affinity is two contemporary six-storey buildings featuring stunning glass walls and black brick with stone and stucco elements. Each building will offer its own fitness/yoga room, party room with kitchen, rooftop terrace and more.

The contemporary suite designs will be elegantly finished with seven-inch-wide plank laminate flooring throughout, stunning 12-inch by 24-inch imported porcelain floor tile in all bathrooms, quartz countertops in the kitchen and bathrooms and nine-foot smooth ceilings (10-foot ceilings in 6th floor suites). Suites range from 567 to over 1,200 square feet and include five appliances, state-of-the-art roller blinds, bike storage, one underground parking space and a storage unit.

Register at AffinityCondo.ca.

ANCHOR WOODS IN HOLLAND LANDING

Coming this October, Rosehaven’s new Anchor Woods community will offer 45- and 38-foot detached homes ranging from 2,500 to over 4,000 square feet with a small collection of semi-detached homes as well.

Tucked just above Newmarket, Holland Landing is the perfect place to call home and raise a family amid the serenity of the countryside with the city conveniences only moments away. Here, Rosehaven will offer their artfully designed French Provincial and Classic English Tudor designs. The forward-looking builder also feels that something new is warranted, and is putting the finishing touches on stunning contemporary-style elevations that will complement the classics.

Register now to ensure your opportunity to own at AnchorWoods.ca.

STAY TUNED FOR MORE

Next year promises to be just as busy with excitement at more Rosehaven communities. The popular community of Tiffany Hill in upscale Ancaster is looking forward to the Release of Phase 2 in 2017. Singles and towns are coming to On The Ridge in Stoney Creek, while Brampton’s Mount Pleasant Phase 4 will be offering more singles and townhomes. Singles and towns will also be launched in Phase 4 at Dreamfields in Bradford, coming early in 2017.

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