Editor’s Choice: Madison Group
Grand Opening at Frenchman’s Bay in Pickering
Located on the southern end of Liverpool Road, steps away from the waterfront, Madison Group’s latest community, Frenchman’s Bay, will bring a fresh and bold vibe to the established, family-friendly neighbourhood with a collection of sophisticated, contemporary townhomes and single-detached homes.
With the GO Transit train offering a short 37-minute commute from Pickering to Union Station and a four-minute walk to the lake, Frenchman’s Bay is set to attract the Toronto professional looking for affordable lakeside living with all of the area’s conveniences, including quick access to Highway 401 and great restaurants and shops in Nautical Village along Liverpool Road.
During the Grand Opening in October, Frenchman’s Bay will offer a modern collection of single-detached, two-storey homes of approximately 2,700 square feet with double-car garages, four bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms and ample room for families to cook, live and relax in style.
The townhomes will offer private single-car garages at grade, generous three- or four-bedroom floorplans on three levels, plus a basement, ranging from 1,910 to 2,215 square feet. Step out your front door to the revitalized public park with a playground, a basketball court, seating area and a walking trail.
Pickering’s City Hall, Main Central Library and Recreation Complex are just a short drive away offering amenities and enriching programs for the whole family. Located near Highway 401 is Pickering Town Centre, an approximately 1-million-square-foot regional shopping centre with over 200 retailers, restaurants and services. An enclosed convenient pedestrian bridge connects Pickering Town Centre to the Pickering GO Transit station, a major transit hub, with all-day train service on the Lakeshore East line, making commuting a breeze.
Frenchman’s Bay offers a superb range of natural, recreational, heritage, arts and cultural attractions for residents and visitors. It is the spectacular natural landscape and abounding recreational opportunities that make Frenchman’s Bay a coastal haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
At the southern tip of Liverpool Road, past the cafés, specialty shops and fine restaurants of The Nautical Village is Millennium Square where open-air concerts are often staged in the summer. You cannot miss Frenchman’s Bay Marina and the significant presence of boaters and sailing activity in the surrounding waters during the summer months. To the southeast is Beachfront Park with its elevated boardwalk and beautiful views across Lake Ontario. Here, you can settle in for a picnic on the beach while the children enjoy the splash pad or playground. If you’re in the mood to exercise or explore, then head into the Waterfront Trail system that encircles Frenchman’s Bay and runs east and west alongside the Lake Ontario’s shoreline. Three major trails – perfect for cycling, running or walking – traverse protected wetlands and woodlots, bluffs, beaches and expansive conservation areas.
“It is no surprise that homebuyers seeking modern living, with easy access to Toronto and the lakefront have responded with great enthusiasm,” said David Singer, project director, lowrise at the Madison Group.
Discover inspired living by the bay in a well-constructed and attractive home with nearby conveniences to meet the lifestyle demands of modern families.
Located at 1635 Bayly Street, Pickering, the Sales Centre is open;
Monday to Thursday from noon to 7 p.m.,
Friday by appointment, and
Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Or register online for more information.