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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Arista Homes

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Arista Homes

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EDITOR’S CHOICE: Arista Homes

Downtown Bolton Heights boasts amazing views, an amazing location and amazing value

The Arista “A” Team does it again with the upcoming release of the spectacular executive townhomes of Downtown Bolton Heights.

Surrounded by conservation lands and wooded areas nearby, this charming community in downtown Bolton might just be one of the GTA’s best places to call home. With its picture-perfect location in east Caledon, downtown Bolton offers a complete modern lifestyle. It is here, on a picturesque hillside, that Arista Homes is pleased to introduce an all new community of elite executive townhomes nestled within a picturesque hillside —Downtown Bolton Heights.

Downtown Bolton Heights is an intimate enclave of only 60 three- and four-bedroom bedroom executive townhomes sized from 1,790 to 2,450 square feet, designed to provide Bolton’s most remarkable townhome lifestyle. It all starts with the beautiful hillside location and the spectacular views, but that is just the beginning.

These contemporary residences boast open-concept main floor plans that meticulously optimize both space and style. Chef-inspired gourmet kitchens and lavish living areas have been thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of today’s modern families.

Upstairs, master suites have been inspired to perfection and provide the ultimate in luxurious sanctuaries. Not to be outdone, there are even designs available that offer potential in-law suites to meet all your family’s needs.

Residents here will also enjoy convenient access to the many wonderful amenities of downtown Bolton. Over 40 shops and restaurants can be found within a five-minute walk. Big box store convenience is right around the corner with Walmart, Home Depot and more close at hand. There’s also a great selection of local restaurants.

Bolton Heights is even about to become an easier place to connect with the rest of the GTA thanks to the all new Highway 427 extension. This new extension will span 6.6 kilometres from Highway 7 to Major Mackenzie Drive and will no doubt make commuting just that little bit easier. Bolton is also home to well-regarded public and separate primary and secondary schools, all nearby.

Nature lovers will be amazed at the beauty of Nashville Conservation Area and Albion-Bolton District Park, and golfers will love the wonderful range of challenging courses within easy driving distance.

Bolton Heights is the latest community from Arista Homes. The Arista “A” Team has successfully created dozens of outstanding master-planned communities over the past 23 years and has fulfilled the homeownership dreams of more than 10,000 families. Come buy a home from an award-winning builder today.

ARISTA HOMES
Downtown Bolton Heights

A preview purchasing event is coming soon. Register today and learn more about this exciting new community.


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Pathways

Editor’s Choice: Pathways

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Editor’s Choice: Pathways

Brought to you by Brookfield Residential and CountryWide Homes, two award-winning builders

Located in Caledon East, at the corner of Old Church Road and Innis Lake Road, Pathways is a community that boasts quality schools, acres of inspirational conservation areas to explore, a plethora of activities — like golf courses, spas and ski resorts — and a robust arts and culture scene.

After a successful Phase 1, Pathways Phase 2 is scheduled to start sales this fall. Future homeowners will be able to choose between 36-foot two-car towns starting from the $800,000s and 42-, 46- and 50-foot singles starting from $1.1 million. A view of the pond or maybe extra-deep homesites backing onto protected green space are also a few options to consider.

This excellent selection is designed to echo the gorgeous landscapes of Caledon while bringing all of the intelligent spaces and detailed finishes you’d expect in a quality, modern home.

“We are thrilled to be building once again in Caledon East and build off the success of the original Pathways community,” said Marc Thibault, VP of sales and marketing for Brookfield Residential. “We have designed our plans to meet the needs of today’s buyers with open-concept layouts to encourage family interaction and connectivity. All of the homes are very well appointed with features and finishes that home buyers come to expect.”

“The homes we’re designing include a mix of traditional, transitional and contemporary options for different tastes,” adds Richard Mariani, manager of sales and marketing at CountryWide Homes. “CountryWide Homes is a renowned premium home builder, and Pathways is a great collaboration between two leading brands in Ontario. “Our homes are available with our signature copper accent roofs, nine-foot ceilings on the main floor, natural gas linear fireplaces, quartz or granite countertops in the kitchen and, in the master bathroom, a freestanding tub in all master ensuites as well as a frameless glass enclosure shower stall; that’s all standard.”

Day or night, weekday or weekend, there’s so much to see and do in Caledon. Take golf for instance. There’s a wealth of choices when it comes to courses and clubs for this sport. Or, if trails and parks are more to you and your family’s tastes, Caledon has that too. The Cheltenham Badlands are a stunning option to explore, but they are far from the only one available. The Caledon Trailway Path, Albion Hills Conservation Area, Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, Caledon East Community Park, Trans Canada Trail Pavilion Park, Dicks Dam Park, Edelweiss Park and Glenn Haffy Conservation Area offer a variety of other options. Caledon lives up to its reputation as one of the greenest towns in Ontario.

But that small-town feel doesn’t limit the amenities that are available. Whether residents want to buy fresh, organic food from the farmers’ market or get all their shopping done at once from big brand stores like Walmart or Zehrs, both are covered. Pub or martini bar, sushi or fish and chips, no matter your preference, the area has it and more.

The city of Caledon is gratified to have been included many times in Canada’s top ranking for safest cities.

“We’re incredibly proud of the community we’re building here,” says Thibault. “Caledon East is a beautiful place to live. Plus, Caledon has great schools and it’s a really safe, beautiful town. We knew we would be creating a neighbourhood that would be ideal for established families and for people who are looking to move up, just outside the city, without losing that easy access to everything they still want. We’re starting with a location that’s really special, and that makes all the difference.”

For more information and to gain VIP access to the Pathways phase 2 launch, please register online.

PATHWAYS
Brookfield Residential
CountryWide Homes

The Sales Centre will be located at 56 Queen Street North, Bolton. Go online to register for priority information, updates and an invitation to the VIP Preview Opening.

MyCaledonEast.ca



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Cover Story: Editor's Choice: Pathways in Caledon East

Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Pathways in Caledon East

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Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Pathways in Caledon East

Brought to you by two award-winning builders, Brookfield Residential and CountryWide Homes

If you’re looking for a community that boasts quality schools, acres of inspirational conservation areas to explore, a plethora of activities — like golf courses, spas and ski resorts — as well as a robust arts and cultural scene, Caledon is the town for you. Toronto is a mere 40 minutes away via Highways 410 and 427 and there is easy access to Go Transit. With this many attractive attributes, both builders knew that Caledon would be the perfect location for Pathways, a community of beautiful homes inspired by a place that cherishes the past while continuously growing.

“We are very pleased to be building once again in Caledon East and to have the opportunity to bring this master-planned community to life,” says Marc Thibault, VP of sales and marketing for Brookfield Residential. “This neighbourhood is well established, with schools, parks and trails. It’s sure to be a welcome addition to many families looking to move into this highly desirable, mature community.”

ONE OF THE SAFEST COMMUNITIES IN CANADA

The city of Caledon is gratified to have been included many times in Canada’s top rankings as safest cities.

“We are incredibly proud of the community we’re building here,” affirms Richard Mariani, manager of sales and marketing at CountryWide Homes. “Caledon East is a beautiful place to live. Not many communities in Ontario can say they have got the kind of connection to nature that ours will, and Pathways is going to have access to farmers’ markets, parks, golf courses, equestrian sports, hockey arenas, everything. Plus, Caledon has great schools and it’s a very safe, beautiful town.

“We knew we would be creating a neighbourhood that would be ideal for established families and for people who are looking to move up, just outside the city, without losing that easy access to everything they still want.”

HOMES FIT FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE

Located in Caledon East, at the corner of Old Church Road and Innis Lake Road, Brookfield and CountryWide are proud to collaborate toward the construction of a new community where, in the first phase of development, future homeowners will be able to choose between 38- and 42-foot singles starting from the $800,000s. They may also choose between homes with a view of the picturesque community park, one that overlooks the pond, or one with a backyard that looks out over luscious green space.

In future phases, the community will feature a mix of bungalow towns and singles, set on 38-, 42-, 46-, and 50-foot homesites. This excellent selection is designed to echo the gorgeous landscapes of Caledon while bringing all of the intelligent spaces and detailed finishes you’d expect in a quality, modern home.

“We are very proud of Pathways and have no doubt that it will live up to the principles that homeowners have come to expect from us – innovative designs, exceptional quality and superb customer service,” says Thibault. “It is comforting to know that we will share that desire with a like-minded builder such as CountryWide Homes, and to provide homeowners with choice and variety in terms of designs and finishes.”

“Pathways is a great collaboration between two leading builders in Ontario,” adds Mariani. “The homes we’re designing include a mix of traditional, transitional and contemporary options for different tastes. No matter the builder our customers buy from, they are going to receive a high-quality home that complements the elegant and active lifestyle that our homeowners will find in Caledon East.

“CountryWide homes are available in many different floorplans which can be tailored to each family’s needs. Serveries, fourth and fifth bedrooms, libraries and side-door entrances leading to service stairs are just some of the optional features that you’ll find at Pathways.

SMALL TOWN FEEL, GREAT AMENITIES

Day or night, weekday or weekend, there’s so much to see and do in Caledon. Take golf for instance. There’s a wealth of choices when it comes to courses and clubs for this sport. For example, Caledon Golf and Country Club, Osprey Valley Golf Course, Glen Eagle Golf Club, Caledon Woods Golf Club, Devil’s Pulpit Golf Association, Banty’s Roost Golf and Country Club and Mayfield Golf Course are all right in the area.

Or, if trails and parks are more to you and your family’s tastes, Caledon has that too. The Cheltenham Badlands are a stunning option to explore, but they are far from the only one available. The Caledon Trailway Path, Albion Hills Conservation Area, Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, Caledon East Community Park, Dicks Dam Park, Edelweiss Park and Glenn Haffy Conservation Area ensure Caledon is truly one with nature and help to uphold its reputation as one of the greenest towns in Ontario. And for those with kids who love sports, the Caledon Community Complex offers hockey rinks and soccer fields.

But that small-town feel doesn’t limit the amenities that are available. Whether residents want to buy fresh, organic food from the farmers’ market or get all their shopping done at once from big brand stores like Walmart or Zehrs, both are covered. Pub or martini bar, sushi or fish and chips, no matter your preference, the area has it and more.

Your family can enjoy access to cultural events like the Headwaters Arts Festival and the Caledon Strawberry Festival, and the community offers a place where you can trust that your children will grow up with good schools nearby. There are also a variety of medical centres in the area to choose from, such as the Brampton Civic Hospital, so you can keep your family safe and healthy.

The Sales Centre is scheduled to open late in the spring. Registrants from the website will be given access to priority information leading up to the launch and will be invited to the VIP Opening Event. All interested are encouraged to register online so that they don’t miss out on the opportunity to be among the first to choose between the best options available.

PATHWAYS
Brookfield Residential
CountryWide Homes

Located at 56 Queen Street North in Bolton, the Sales Centre will be opening soon. Go online to register for priority information, updates and an invitation to the VIP Preview Opening.

MyCaledonEast.ca


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