High Street Courtice Inc.
High Street Courtice brings more than four decades of architectural design and building experience concentrating on residential, commercial/retail and institutional development as well as master-planned communities. Lead by Alan Hirschfield, the company works with partners who have the expertise to good, quality property and to research for up to a year to determine the best use and to create the design concept. They then form the builder partnership, conduct the project through the approval process to the construction stage and oversee each project through to its completion. Of key importance to High Street when determining a building location is what exists around each site and how every community they create relates to its current surroundings together with those planned for the future.
Since its inception the company's philosophy has been to contribute to the communities in which they develop through support of community groups and working with local builders and consultants wherever possible. Their broad design-forward approach has proven that contemporary design does not exist just in the GTA but reaches beyond to communities such as the Fields of Wellington in Prince Edward County, which is a 110-acre low- and mid-rise development now in the planning stages. High Street is the development manager for a half-billion-dollar project on the waterfront in Etobicoke which includes townhouses, multi-tower high rise, a seniors residence, retail and office space and was also responsible for overseeing the development of an 18-acre subdivision at the crossroads of Albert and Hunt Streets in Clarington. They were responsible for the design and project management of The Castlefield Design Centre which houses the head office of Roots Canada.High Street is proud to bring their unique skillset to The Uplands in Courtice.
These stunning luxury townhomes, by High Street Courtice Inc., offer spacious and smart home designs with contemporary exteriors of brick, stone and stucco. Located in the picturesque community of Courtice, all of life's conveniences are just minutes away.
Welcome to The Uplands, a peaceful oasis in the midst of a vibrant community in Courtice, situated overlooking Farewell Creek Valley Lands,. This is where exceptional townhome living comes with the best of both worlds. Find a gorgeous natural ravine with tranquil wooded trails, abundant wildlife and bird watching just steps away from your front door.
The Uplands may be part of a welcoming, well-established community, but what makes it so coveted is the natural beauty that surrounds it. Located between Highways 2 and 401, just minutes from Oshawa to the west and Bowmanville to the east, The Uplands offers a unique natural setting adjacent to conservation lands and Farewell creek. The Millennium Trail and its meandering walking paths are practically in your backyard. Relax in the great outdoors, playing a round of golf at one of the areas golf courses, riding a horse at a local stable or walking or biking the many trails in Durham region. Walk to Tooley's Mill Park with its bandstand, a focal point for many community happenings. Explore the soon to be constructed trail between Tooley's Mill and Darlington Provincial Park and the waterfront trail. And when you're ready to re-join civilization, all of the modern day-to-day amenities you could possibly need are a short walk or drive away.
The Uplands' exceptionally crafted 2, 3 and 4 bedroom Townhomes are set along beautifully landscaped streetscapes designed for strolling, jogging and catching up with neighbours. The brick, stone and stucco exteriors, along with very large windows front and back create an environment where inside meets out. Everything about The Uplands has been designed to beautifully welcome you home.
When you're located at the gateway to the east, everything is within easy reach. From farmers' markets to quaint boutiques and casual fare to fine dining venues – it's all right in Courtice. There's the Courtice Community Complex to hone new skills, and Durham College, The University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Trent University's satellite campus in Oshawa for continuing education. Or, head a few minutes east to charming downtown Bowmanville.
As part of the GTA, Courtice is ideally located with access to Hwys 407 and 401 just 5 minutes away. With Hwy 418 under construction, access will be even easier. The Oshawa GO and VIA station is less than 15 minutes away. Head east for a long weekend in Quebec City, Montreal or Ottawa, or go further afield to the east coast for some R&R. Head west to Toronto Union Station for a concert or dinner and a show. Fly from the island airport, or catch the UP Express to Pearson International and jet off to anywhere you desire. Courtice puts you within easy reach of the world.
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