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Fieldgate Homes has exciting new openings this fall across the GTA

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Fieldgate Homes has exciting new openings this fall across the GTA

If you have been waiting for the opportunity to own a Fieldgate home, you will have plenty of choices across the GTA this fall. Fieldgate is continuing its 60-year legacy of creating exceptional homes and communities across the region with a number of new releases in highly coveted neighbourhoods.

Whitby – Public preview opening at Yacht Club Towns: This fall

Yacht Club at Whitby Shores will feature 74 prestige modern and rear-lane two-car garage townhomes with open-concept designs and up to four bedrooms. Discover a complete lakeside lifestyle on Whitby Harbour, with easy access to parks, marinas, cycling and walking trails. Convenient urban amenities are also close at hand, including grocery stores, schools, Hwys. 401, 412 and 407, Whitby GO Station, Iroquois Park Sports Centre and much more.

Stouffville – Preview opening at Cityside: September 2019

Cityside is an exciting new family community of freehold townhomes, 36- and 40-ft. detached homes that brings together the best of the country and the city in one amazing neighbourhood. Located on Tenth Line just south of Main Street, Cityside is just minutes from Markham, Hwys. 404 and 407, and the Stouffville GO Station. This new community will allow homebuyers to choose from traditional and contemporary home designs and enjoy life in a master planned community setting, close to everything your family needs.

Richmond Hill – New release at Richlands: October 2019

Richmond Hill’s acclaimed Richlands community returns for a new release in October. Located adjacent to Richmond Green Sports Park, Richlands won the hearts of GTA homebuyers in its first release thanks to the community’s beautiful collection of freehold townhomes, 28-ft. semis and 36- and 43-ft. detached homes. The perfect balance of beautiful home designs, exceptional location and inspired community plan has already earned Richlands award-winning status at the BILD GTA Homebuilder’s Awards.

Caledon/Brampton border – New release at Upper Valleylands: October 2019

Located at the southwest corner of Mayfield Rd. and Chinguacousy Rd., Upper Valleylands brings the signature look and feel of Fieldgate Homes’ celebrated Valleylands community to a new highly desirable location on the Caledon/Brampton border. Discover a beautiful selection of 25-ft. semi-detached homes, 41-, 38- and 30-ft. detached homes, and 25-ft. freehold townhomes with two-car garages, in a complete master-planned community setting.

Kleinburg – New release at New Kleinburg: November 2019

New Kleinburg is a new collection of inspired family residences in a beautiful community setting just moments from the heart of Kleinburg. With the new Hwy. 427 extension just minutes away, a new community school, and excellent urban amenities close at hand, life in Kleinburg has never been more convenient. This new release will introduce 20-ft. freehold townhomes in addition to 30-, 38-, 44- and 50-ft. detached homes. Choose from traditional and contemporary home exteriors for an elegant residence that reflects your personal style.

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Register today to receive more details on these exciting new releases. For further information on any of these remarkable communities, sales centre locations, phone numbers and floor plans, visit the website.


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GTA mayoral elections – who won and where they stand on housing

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GTA mayoral elections – who won and where they stand on housing

John Tory

Housing policy, affordability and supply were among the key issues in many municipalities leading up to the Oct. 22 Ontario elections.

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and others did their best to alert voters to the issues, and to gage candidates on how well they understood them.

Homes Publishing did its own assessment of a selection of GTA municipalities in the context of housing development.

But now that the results are in (well, most of them), let’s take a look how some of the notable races shook down, and the various policies of the newly elected mayors, with help from BILD.

 

AURORA

Tom Mrakas (New)
Housing and growth: Proposes to protect Aurora’s Stable Neighbourhoods from “monster home” infill, by using planning tools such as Interim Control By-laws. Also wants to ensure better land use planning decisions are made through the Local Appeals Body and by implementing a Design Review Panel. He intends to uphold the Official Plan and continue to oppose golf course redevelopment. Improving municipal infrastructure, through complete streets, is also a priority.
Taxes: Proposes to reduce the tax levy.

 

BRAMPTON

Patrick Brown (new)
Housing: Proposes to create a streamlined, more efficient approvals process at City Hall for new home construction and renovations across all levels of affordability. Proposes to develop a housing strategy that encourages neighbourhood-sensitive development of rooming houses, basement apartments and in-law suites.

 

BURLINGTON

Marianne Meed Ward (New)
Growth: Opposes overdevelopment of Burlington and will seek to control growth by reducing provisions in the Official Plan, as well as accept growth only when infrastructure can handle it.
Housing: Intends to secure affordable housing with inclusionary zoning and require new development to provide a percentage of senior-friendly units. Intends to set greenspace per population targets within reasonable walking distance through prioritizing parkland over cash-in-lieu for major new developments.

 

CALEDON

Allan Thompson
Housing and growth: Supports housing and growth management initiatives that will maintain the characteristics of Caledon’s communities and create opportunities for residents and future residents of live, work and retire.

 

EAST GWILLIMBURY

Virginia Hackson
Housing: Proposes to complete the first phase of growth of 7,000 homes. In terms of transportation corridors, plans to work with the Mayor of Bradford to solve gridlock on roads between Hwys. 404 and 400.
Infrastructure: Proposes to work with the Province and local MPP to deal with the delay of the Upper York Sewage Solution which will ultimately eliminate the Holland Landing Sewage Lagoons. Proposes to address the need for quality broadband in the community.

 

HALTON HILLS

Rick Bonnette
Housing: Proposes to continue to manage difficult conversations around intensification and growth the Province has mandated and the development residents are seeing.

 

KING CITY

Steve Pellegrini
Plans to focus on business growth, the new municipal office, the library and seniors centre expansion project, as well as road beautification in the township.

 

MISSISSAUGA

Bonnie Crombie
Housing: Intends to institute an Inclusionary Zoning policy to incentivize the building of new, affordable units. Proposes to form partnerships with leaders in affordable housing to get new buildings in the ground on a faster pace.
Environment: Proposes to work with staff to bolster Green building standards that will improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas and improve urban forest canopy.
Development: Supports Mississauga’s office for a Development Ambassador.

 

NEWMARKET

John Taylor
Economy: Top priorities include jobs and the economy, community building and parks recreation and trails. Wants to the Renew Economic Development Strategy and increase jobs in the community. Grow the city’s broadband company to deliver affordable high-speed internet to local businesses. Proposes to keep taxesbelow GTA average.
Growth: Proposes to meet regularly with existing employers and grow local business base.
Community Building: Proposes to protect neighbourhoods – intensify in the right places.
Housing: New housing developments must include options for low/moderate-income families. Create a community inclusivity round table and increase senior-friendly housing and recreation.

 

OAKVILLE

Rob Burton
Growth: Proposes to continue to protect Glen Abbey through the use of Cultural Heritage Landscape provisions and court challenges.
Environment: Proposes to focus on protecting greenspace and the environment and controlling growth.

 

OSHAWA

Dan Carter (New)
Growth/Housing/Transit: A 4-Pillar Platform includes creating affordable, vibrant, healthy communities that invests in active transportation networks and creates employment opportunities with industries.

 

RICHMOND HILL

Dave Barrow
Growth: Proposes to continue with the Town’s economic vitality, build a strong community, manage our growth to respect the existing neighbourhoods and lead a responsive and efficient government.
Housing: Proposes to work with the Province and the Region to increase the rental housing supply, maintain the existing rental supply and add affordable ownership homes. Allowing secondary suites in existing homes will also create new housing once new by-laws that monitor the neighbourhoods are in place. Also believes the Town needs to review and update its 10-year-old Development Plan in order to process new development applications. Zoning By-laws also need to be brought into the “urban” town.

 

TORONTO

John Tory
Housing: Proposes to build 40,000 affordable rental units over 12 years. Leverage City lands, including lands surrounding TTC Stations.
Property Taxes: Keep property taxes at or below the rate of inflation. Supported City Council’s plan to implement water rate increases dedicated to improving storm and wastewater infrastructure.
Transit: Continue to build out the transit network plan – SmartTrack.

 

UXBRIDGE

Dave Barton
Growth and development: Proposes a seven-point platform, a main concern is the competing interest between farmland and “irresponsible and ill-considered development.” Wants to ensure that growth has clear collaboration with the livelihood of people who depend on the land.

 

VAUGHAN

Maurizio Bevilacqua
Taxes: Promises to keep Vaughan as one of the lowest taxed municipalities in the GTA. Focus on transit and roads to keep Vaughan moving. Working closely with government partners at all levels to ensure wise investments for new transit initiatives and improvements including the Yonge Subway, VIVANext, as well as road building and widening.
Innovation: Will transform the City of Vaughan into a hub for education, culture, sports and the arts by building the infrastructure required to achieve excellence and improve accessibility.
Other: Continue to excel in environmental stewardship. Support and attract small and large businesses to Vaughan.

 

WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE

Iain Lovatt (New)
Growth: Proposes to preserve heritage that is integrated with future development. Integrating heritage built form into new developments as well as establishing Heritage Conservation Districts and site plan bylaws in heritage areas in town are identified a must.
Development: Within the first 100 days, hopes to assemble a meeting of commercial-industrial landowners to get everyone on the same page, about the 404 corridor and the servicing for the area going forward. Believes that these underserviced and underutilized lands represent about $1 billion in new tax assessment for Whitchurch-Stouffville.

 

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Editor's Choice: Starlane Homes

Editor’s Choice: Starlane Homes

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Editor’s Choice: Starlane Homes

Delivering a 5-star experience one home at a time

As an award-winning homebuilder with over 50 years of experience in the industry, Starlane Homes continues to build fine luxury homes throughout the GTA. Its reputation for uniquely-appointed designs, quality and service is due to its unwavering vision for excellence.

Starlane selects desirable locations where it knows you and your family can grow in a home with all the necessary amenities, services and recreational activities. Starlane doesn’t just build homes, it build communities.

Starlane is proud to introduce two great communities in two very desirable locations.

One — currently open in Waterdown — is Mountainview Heights and Lotus Pointe in Caledon will come this spring. Both of these communities offer the highly-regarded Starlane 5-Star Experience.

MOUNTAINVIEW HEIGHTS GRAND OPENING CONTINUES

Mountainview Heights is a community that rests on the scenic ridge of the Niagara Escarpment. Life in Waterdown offers a vibrant community atmosphere surrounded by numerous shopping and dining opportunities, popular golf courses, excellent schools and farmer’s markets. Waterdown is known for its scenic views, trails and majestic waterfalls.

Located at Dundas Street East, just west of Evans Road, the second phase of Mountainview Heights features 38-, 44-, 47- and 60-foot singles, each model offering stellar floorplans and timeless architecture. Access to Highway 403 and the QEW, as well Highway 407, are within close proximity. Mountainview Heights is conveniently located close to the communities of Oakville and Burlington, Milton, Guelph and Hamilton.

LOTUS POINTE PHASE 2 COMING THIS SPRING

Starlane Homes is proud to offer a limited new release of 77 exclusive 38- and 43—foot singles this spring at Lotus Pointe Phase 2 in the peaceful prestigious town of Caledon starting from the low $900,000s. With beautifully designed floorplans, stunning architectural designs and elevations, each home is built with a high level of craftsmanship.

Lotus Pointe is nestled at the crossroads of Old School Road between Highway 10 and Kennedy Road. You can enjoy visiting vineyards and unique shops and cafés, as well as the Bruce Trail and the Forks of the Credit River. Commuting throughout the GTA couldn’t be easier via Hurontario/Highway 10, Highway 410 or the GO Transit station, which are all conveniently located. Register now to receive more information about this community.

STARLANE HOMES

Mountanview Heights

Located at 501 Dundas Street East, Waterdown, the Sales Centre is open Monday to Thursday from 1 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; closed Friday.
905.689.1115

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Register now to stay up to date with all of the latest information as it becomes available.

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Cover Story: Editor's Choice: Pathways

Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Pathways

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Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Pathways

A new release and new models are coming soon to Pathways in Caledon East by Brookfield Residential and CountryWide Homes

Caledon East is the town you have been looking for. With quality schools, a whole host of activities for you and your family to enjoy, and acres of green space, parks and conservation areas to explore, this is the town for you. Caledon East boasts golf courses, spas and ski resorts, as well as a robust arts and culture scene and is a mere 40 minutes from Toronto via Highways 410 and 427, with easy access to GO Transit.

Both Brookfield Residential and CountryWide Homes, the award-winning builders of Pathways, knew that a town like Caledon East, with so many wonderful attributes, would be the perfect location for a community of beautiful homes inspired by a place that cherishes the past while continuously growing.

“We are looking forward to the new release of Pathways. The first phase was so well received, it’s exciting to continue development 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.

“The neighbourhood is well established, with quality schools, and many parks and trails in the area. Families are sure to appreciate those details when they move into this highly desirable, mature community.”

NEW HOMES FOR A NEW RELEASE

Located in Caledon East at the corner of Old Church Road and Innis Lake Road, Brookfield Residential and CountryWide Homes are proud to work together toward the new release of a community where future homeowners will have the opportunity to choose between 36-foot two-car bungalows and 46- and 50-foot singles.

“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.”

The community will feature a mix of 36-foot two-car bungalows and singles, and homeowners may choose between homes with a view of the neighbourhood’s community park, the pond, or a backyard that looks out over calming green space.

Each option is designed to bring the natural beauty of Caledon East in while also enriching your life with all of the intelligent spaces and detailed finishes you’d expect to find in a modern, high-quality home.

Pathways is a collaboration between two leading builders in Ontario,” adds Richard Mariani, manager of sales and marketing at CountryWide Homes. “The homes we’re building include a mix of traditional, transitional and contemporary options, designed to appeal to a variety of 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 to be found in Caledon East.

“CountryWide homes are available in many different floorplans, and all of those floorplans can be tailored to your 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.”

FEEL SAFE AND WELCOME IN CALEDON EAST

The city of Caledon has repeatedly been included in the list of safest cities in Canada.

“We are incredibly proud of the community we’re building here,” says Mariani. “Caledon East is a beautiful place to live. Not many communities in Ontario can say they have 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.”

RELAX AND ENJOY YOUR FREE TIME

There is always something exciting to do in Caledon East, no matter what type of activity you most enjoy. For families with kids who love sports, the Caledon Community Complex offers hockey rinks and soccer fields. If golf is your game, Caledon has more than half a dozen courses and clubs in the area. If getting active and enjoying the beauty of nature is more to your taste, then Caledon’s many trails and parks are a wonderful choice.

The Cheltenham Badlands are a lovely natural area to explore, but are not the only available option. The Caledon East Community Park, Caledon Trailway Path, Albion Hills Conservation Area, Glenn Haffy Conservation Area and Edelweiss Park lend Caledon a true sense of being one with nature and help it to remain as one of the greenest towns in Ontario.

A CONNECTED COMMUNITY

The small-town feel of the area doesn’t stop Caledon from offering up a wide range of amenities. Pub or martini bar, sushi or fish and chips, no matter your preference the area has it and more. Residents of Caledon East can choose to buy fresh food from local farmers’ markets, but they can also get all of their shopping done in one place by choosing a big brand store like Zehrs or Walmart.

Artsy families will love that Caledon is home to cultural events like the Headwaters Arts Festival and cultural centres like the Caledon Players Theatre, and all parents can appreciate that the community offers a place where you can trust that your children will grow up with good schools nearby. There are also plenty of medical centres in the area, such as the Brampton Civic Hospital, which means that residents of all ages can stay safe and healthy.

The new release of Pathways, along with its new home designs, is coming soon. Website registrants will be given access to priority information leading up to the launch, and they will also be invited to the VIP Opening Event. All who are interested are encouraged to register online so that they don’t miss out on the opportunity to get first choice of the best options available.

PATHWAYS
Brookfield Residential
CountryWide Homes

Go online to register for priority information, updates and an invitation to the VIP Preview Opening.

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Editor's Choice: Flato Developments

Editor’s Choice: Flato Developments

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Palgrave Estates is an exclusive luxury estate community

Rolling hills, natural greenspace and opulence beyond compare. Presenting Palgrave Estates, a painstakingly crafted collection of luxury estates homes with timeless designs and superb quality construction, just north of the Town of Caledon.

Take advantage of premium estate living, set amidst an untouched and highly sought-after landscape. Palgrave Estates gives homebuyers the luxury and location they’ve grown accustomed to with the attention to detail they demand from a luxury homebuilder.

Located at Mount Pleasant Road and Hunsden Side Road, this upcoming estate community is conveniently located in proximity to unique shopping experiences, from the local farmers’ markets to treasures like antique shops, jewellers, clothing or culture – Caledon truly has it all.

With a rich history of equine excellence, unparalleled golf courses and some of Ontario’s most sought-after mountain bike trails, Caledon is more than just a luxury, it’s a lifetime of making memories.

Residents can bask in the art and culture scene Caledon has to offer. Whether it’s the Headwaters Art Festival, Alton Mills Art Centre or live theatre, Palgrave Estates gives you the life experiences you crave but also the privacy you require.

This exclusive estate community is more than just rolling hills, impeccable greenspace and unsurpassed luxury. It features palatial residences on unheard of estate lots ranging from two to eight acres, featuring homes ranging from 4,000 square feet to 10,000 square feet. These luxury estate homes offer a fresh new look, rooms without boundaries and flexible spaces with more function.

Every Palgrave Estates home includes exceptional details including, rich exteriors such as stone, stucco and brick, soaring 10-foot ceilings on the main floor and nine-foot ceilings on the upper level. Elegant gourmet kitchens, hardwood throughout the home and a long list of luxurious features that come standard. With homes starting from $1.99 million, a Palgrave Estates home is simply worth more.

Award-winning builder, Flato Developments Inc. treats every home with the care and attention that luxury requires. They continue to set standards and ensure incredible quality and service to each and every homebuyer.

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Palgrave Estates

Go online to register and get more information on the new release of estate homes.

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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.

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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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Local Focus - Caledon

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Living History

Caledon is a true community of communities that is spread over 700 square kilometres in the southern reaches of the Headwaters tourism area. Scenic countryside and quaint villages offer something for everyone, with outdoor pursuits like hiking and cycling a great way to enjoy its natural beauty.

The Town of Caledon was established in 1974 in conjunction with the creation of regional government. Representing an amalgamation of the former County of Peel townships of Albion, Caledon and the northern half of Chinguacousy, the town forms the northern municipality of the Region of Peel.

The County of Peel was created in 1805 following the purchase by the British Crown of the southern part of the Mississauga Tract on the shores of Lake Ontario.

The former townships of Albion, Caledon and Chinguacousy were opened for settlement in about 1820. Early settlements developed around water-powered mills on the Credit and Humber Rivers. The arrival of the railway in the 1870s spurred further settlements. While some of these historic hamlets have disappeared over time, Caledon’s present communities continue to reflect the early settlement patterns.

Cheltenham signpost
Cheltenham signpost

Today, Caledon is somewhat urban, but it is primarily rural. It’s major urban centre — and the primary administrative and commercial hub — is Bolton. Some of the smaller communities include Albion, Alloa, Alton, Belfountain, Boston Mills, Brimstone, Caledon, Caledon East, Caledon Village, Campbell’s Cross, Cataract, Cedar Meadows, Cedar Mills, Cheltenham, Forks of the Credit, The Grange, Humber, Humber Grove, Inglewood, Mayfield West, Melville, Mono Mills, Mono Road, New Glasgow, Palgrave, Queensgate, Sandhill, Silver Creek, Snelgrove, Stonehart, Terra Cotta, Tormore, Valleywood and Victoria. The region is otherwise very sparsely populated with farms being the only residential centres.

Caledon is an award-winning green community and offers a quality of life largely unmatched through the GTA.

Housing Options

Often considered a suburb of Brampton and Mississauga, most of the housing is single-family homes. There is a great selection of home types, from historic to modern.

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

The Workplace

A vibrant “community of communities” that is home to nearly 60,000 residents, Caledon benefits from its strategic location in the Greater Toronto Area. As the GTA’s population continues to grow, there are thousands of people in close proximity of Caledon. This translates to an abundant and diverse labour force and employment pool. The primary administrative and commercial centre of Caledon is Bolton.

School Days

The Peel District School Board and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board administer public and Catholic schools, while the The Counseil scolaire Viamonde operates secular Francophone schools and the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud operates Catholic Francophone in the area. There are also plenty of private school options.

Sheridan College in Brampton the closest post-secondary school option.

Essential Services

The William Osler Health System’s Brampton Civic Hospital is Caledon’s nearest large medical facility, while the Headwaters Health Care Centre in Orangeville is a medium-sized acute and complex continuing care facility with an emergency department.

Policing is handled by the Ontario Provincial Police and the town runs its own fire services through the all-volunteer Town of Caledon Fire & Emergency Services, which has nine stations.

Ambulance services are run by the Region of Peel.

Retail Therapy

In Caledon, shopping is more local, with small shops spread out through the various villages, although Bolton boasts a SmartCentre and many other big box stores. Large shopping centres can be found in nearby Brampton.

Leisure Pursuits

Fishing on the Credit River
Fishing on the Credit River

Caledon boasts a lot of great outdoor activity, including a wide variety of golf courses, picnic areas and trails to walk, hike or ride.

Caledon Equestrian Park
Caledon Equestrian Park

Dressage competition
Dressage competition

The township is a horse-lovers’ dream, home to the Caledon Equestrian Park in Palgrave that hosted the equestrian events of dressage, eventing and show jumping at the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Games.

Alton Mills Art Centre
Alton Mills Art Centre

The Alton Mills Art Centre is an award-winning heritage building that is home to art galleries, a museum, café and shop. Exhibits are changed on a regular basis. Theatres include the Caledon Townhall Players and the Blackhourse Theatre. Every fall, the town celebrates with the Headwaters Arts Festival, which includes a juried show and sale, studio tours, literature reading, concerts and workshops.

Parks & Rec

The Bruce Trail, which winds its way along the Niagara Escarpment from Niagara to Tobermory, passes through Caledon and can be accessed from many connecting sites.

Cheltenham Badlands
Cheltenham Badlands

One curious feature in Caledon is the Cheltenham Badlands, which features exposed and eroded Queenston Shale. The formation is mostly red in colour due to iron oxide deposits with fain green streaks due to ground water percolation changing the red iron oxide into green iron oxide.

Belfountain Falls and Bridge
Belfountain Falls and Bridge
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park

Caledon is also home to several conservation areas, including Albion Hills, Alton Forest, Belfountain, Caledon Lake Forest Conservation Area, Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, Glen Haffy Conservation Area, Ken Whillans Conservation Area, Palgrave Forest and Wildlife Area, Robert Baker Forest Conservation Area, Terra Cotta Conservation Area and Warwick Conservation Area. Caledon has an expansive trail system.

Easy Access

GO Transit operates two bus routes in Caledon. Brampton Transit has extended Route 30 Airport Road into the Tullamore Industrial Area within the Town of Caledon, with a total of six trips per day. The town currently has no government-supported local public transit system. Transit services for the elderly, disabled and infirm are provided by Caledon Community Services Transportation and Transhelp (run by Peel Region).

The area has many arterial highways, include Airport Road (Peel Regional Road 7), Hurontario Street or Highway 10, Charleston Sideroad (Peel Regional Road 24), Queen Street or Peel Regional Road 50, Main Street and Porterfield Road (Peel Regional Road 136 and Highway 410 to Highway 10.

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