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Find your Fieldgate home in person or online today

Find your Fieldgate home in person or online today

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Find your Fieldgate home in person or online today

Fieldgate Homes is now open for in-person purchasing by appointment and through virtual sales across the GTA. You can connect by phone, video chat or email for a secure and convenient homebuying experience. Fieldgate’s teams are waiting to help you find your perfect home. Explore the featured communities and contact them today.

Stouffville: Blue Sky

50-ft. detached on private court and woodlots from $1.3 million

Discover an incredible collection of family homes in an established community setting with many amenities already in place. Blue Sky currently offers 50-ft. detached homes up to 3,700 sq. ft. in a private court and on a woodlot. Blue Sky’s detached homes are priced from $1.3 million. Hundreds of happy families already call Blue Sky home, and there has never been a better time to join them.

Call 905.640.0002 or email bluesky@fieldgatehomes.com to book your online appointment.

Stouffville: Cityside

Freehold towns and 40-ft. detached from the $700,000s

Fieldgate Homes is offering a great selection of freehold townhomes and singles in this wonderful community. Cityside offers traditional and contemporary freehold townhomes from the $700,000s, as well as 40-ft. detached homes from the $1 millions. This is your chance to make your dream home come true in an incredible community setting, just minutes from all amenities.

Cityside is located just minutes from Markham, Hwys. 404 and 407 and the Stouffville GO Station.

Call 905.640.0002 or email bluesky@fieldgatehomes.com to book your online appointment.

Kleinburg: New Kleinburg

44- and 50-ft. detached from the mid $1 millions

New Kleinburg is a new collection of inspired family residences in a beautiful community setting just moments from the heart of Kleinburg. With the future 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 new 38-, 40- and 44- ft. detached homes. Choose from traditional and contemporary home exteriors for an elegant residence that reflects your personal style. Also available – 50-ft. detached homes.

Call 905.893.9500 or email impressionsales@fieldgatehomes.com to book your online appointment.

Richmond Hill: Richlands

43-ft. detached up to 4,000 sq. ft. from $2 million

Richmond Hill’s acclaimed Richlands community offers a selection of new homes in a great location. Located adjacent to Richmond Green Sports Park, Richlands won the hearts of GTA homebuyers in its previous releases thanks to the community’s beautiful collection of homes and remarkable community vision. Homes are scheduled to close this fall and there are a few homes available with 30- to 150-day closings. Both traditional and contemporary designs are available.

Call 905.237.1730 or email richlandssales@fieldgatehomes.com to book your online appointment.

Brampton: Upper Valleylands

Freehold towns and semis from the $700,000s, 30- and 38-ft. detached from the $800,000s 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 boundary. Discover a beautiful selection of freehold townhomes and 25-ft. semi-detached homes from the $700,000s, and 38- and 30- ft. singles from the $800,000s. Homebuyers will love Upper Valleylands spectacular masterplanned community design, which includes 30 acres of greenspace, community parkland and a proposed elementary school.

Call 905.457.0445 or email valleylandssales@fieldgatehomes.com to book your online appointment.

Whitby: Whitby Meadows

Freehold towns with two-car garages from $639,990, 30- and 36-ft. all-brick fully detached from $719,990

Whitby Meadows has been one of the eastern GTA’s most popular communities since it first opened a few years ago. This master-planned community offers west Whitby’s best lifestyle, close to shopping, restaurants, Iroquois Park Sports Centre, Whitby GO station, excellent schools and more. This new release will offer an exceptional selection of freehold towns and 42-ft. all-brick fully detached homes in west Whitby’s finest natural setting.

Call 905.666.1217 or email whitbymeadowssales@fieldgatehomes.com to book your online appointment.


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Live on the edge of spectacular at Three Rivers Claireville by National Homes

Live on the edge of spectacular at Three Rivers Claireville by National Homes

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Live on the edge of spectacular at Three Rivers Claireville by National Homes

Imagine an 850-acre conservation area for your family’s neighbourhood playground. Then picture a stunning townhome with your own private backyard. Add in an incredible price from the $680,000s and you’ll see why National’s Three Rivers Claireville is the hottest community around. It’s simply Brampton’s best new home value!

In this picturesque setting on the edge of the Humber Valley where three rivers meet, National has designed the perfect Brampton neighbourhood. Choose from a fabulous collection of three- and four-bedroom townhomes with contemporary finishes filled with bright ideas for modern living.

The vision for these remarkable designs was inspired by a revolutionary event called The National Homes Blueprint Workshop chaired by IBM’s Director of Design and Head of Worldwide Client Programs, Karel Vredenburg. A group of more than 70 participants, including National homeowners, took part in discussions, presentations and interviews, learning about innovative products from building and design professionals and sharing their thoughts in a thinktank format. You can see the results in the bright ideas that National has introduced here.

Picture starting your morning with a warm shower that automatically turned on with your alarm clock. Imagine the peace of mind if you could see who’s at the door when you’re at work. How much easier to clean veggies if your kitchen faucet turned on with the wave of your hand. How much tidier the kitchen would be if there was one place that the whole family could charge their devices, write messages, keep notes and school forms and everything. What if your home automatically turned the lights off when you fell asleep reading your book? Buyers at Three Rivers can select from a menu of Bright Ideas that will give them more time to spend on the important things.

Located where east Brampton meets Woodbridge meets north Etobicoke, this inspired community will be an oasis of green beauty. In addition to its vast conservation and river setting, a brand new city park will be built as part of the community. Residents will benefit from the landscaped park’s lush greenspace, pathways, and playgrounds.

Living next to Claireville Conservation Area is like nowhere else in the GTA and growing up here is every kid’s dream life. Grabbing a fishing pole and heading out to the river with your dad on sunny Saturday morning. Learning all the names of the horses at Claireville Ranch, taking riding lessons and going out on horseback to explore the acres of forest trails. Hundreds of species of birds, fish, plants and trees as well as white-tailed deer and other small mammals inhabit the natural and forested acres that make up this hidden gem so close to urban life. In fact, Claireville is one of the largest urban parks of its kind.

Three Rivers puts everything at your doorstep. Just minutes away are downtown Brampton, Heart Lake, Caledon, Woodbridge, Kleinberg village, Meadowvale, Toronto’s International Airport, Vaughan Mills and Square One.

Getting around the GTA is easy with the 407 ETR just down the road. It only takes 15 minutes to deliver you to Pearson International Airport, where you can pick up visiting family and friends, or fly off on that dream holiday.

Three Rivers Claireville is a community built on bright ideas. Offering the best of nature and neighbourhood at a great price, the community surpasses any other townhome opportunity. Choose east Brampton’s best townhome value. The first releases sold out quickly.

Three Rivers Claireville

The Sales Centre is open from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends; closed Friday. Register now to preview.


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GTA homebuyers continue to look west in search of affordability

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GTA homebuyers continue to look west in search of affordability

GTA buyers head west ReMax

Homebuying patterns in the GTA have increasingly shifted west over the last five years, particularly to Halton Region and west Toronto, according to a new report from ReMax of Ontario-Atlantic Canada.

“Growing demand for affordable housing buoyed new construction and contributed to rising market share in Halton Region (from 2013 to 2018),” says Christopher Alexander, executive vice-president, ReMax of Ontario-Atlantic Canada. “Product was coming on-stream at a time when the GTA reported its lowest inventory in years and skyrocketing housing values were raising red flags. Freehold properties in the suburbs farther afield spoke to affordability.”

In analyzing sales trends in nine Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) districts over the past five years, ReMax notes that Halton Region – comprising Burlington, Oakville, Halton Hills and Milton – captured 10.1 per cent of total market share in 2018, leading with a 2.3-per-cent increase over 2013. Toronto West, meanwhile, climbed almost one per cent to 10.5 per cent. Toronto Central rose close to two per cent to 18.7 per cent of total market share, while Simcoe County jumped 0.6 per cent to 3.1 per cent. The gains came at the expense of perennial favourites such as York Region (down 3.2 per cent to 15.3 per cent); East Toronto (down 1.7 per cent to 9.3 per cent); Peel Region (down 0.5 per cent to 20.6 per cent); and Durham Region (down 0.3 per cent to 11.5 per cent). Dufferin County remained stable over the five-year period.

The quest for single-detached housing at an affordable price point has sent throngs of Toronto buyers into the Hamilton housing market over the past decade, ReMax says. The spillover effect has stimulated homebuying activity in most areas flanked by Toronto’s core and Hamilton. Burlington, in particular, soared between 2013 and 2018, with home sales almost doubling and average price climbing 50 per cent to $769,142.

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But with such strong growth in Burlington, how long will this market remain an affordable option?

“The communities in the west will still be affordable compared to Toronto proper, but what we are going to see is a continued uptick in demand for more of the outlying communities like Brantford, Waterdown, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge and even as far-reaching as London and Niagara,” Alexander told HOMES Publishing. “What will really impact the growth of these markets, outside of availability and affordability, will be the underlying transit systems and investments in local economies, as people still have a need to be connected to the GTA core.”

The upswing in new construction has contributed to the changing landscape. New housing starts in Halton Region averaged 3,100 annually between 2013 and 2016. In Simcoe County, just north of Toronto, new residential builds averaged close to 1,860 annually from 2013 to 2017.  During the same period, almost 39,000 residential units came on-stream in Toronto’s downtown-central waterfront area, while another 56,855 were active (approved with building permits applied for or issued and those under construction). Another 6,000 units came on the market in North York and Yonge-Eglinton.


GTA home sales ReMax


In Toronto’s west end, affordability has been a strong influence in helping Millennials redefine mature neighbourhoods such as The Junction, South Parkdale, Bloorcourt and Dovercourt Park through gentrification. Average price for the 8,000 plus homes sold in 2018 hovered at $755,658 – although the 10 districts within Toronto West range in price from $557,000 in Downsview-Roding, Black Creek and Humbermede to $1.2 million in Stonegate-Queensway.

“Freehold properties remain the choice of most purchasers in Halton Region and Toronto West,” says Alexander. “The same is true to a lesser extent in Toronto Central, but condominiums continue to gain ground. Just over one in three properties sold in the GTA was a condominium in 2018, and that figure is higher in the core. As prices climb in both the city and suburbs, the shift toward higher-density housing will continue, with fewer single-detached developments coming to pass.”

Toronto Central has seen rapid growth over the past five years, with Millennials fuelling demand for condos and townhomes in developments such as City Place, King West Village and Liberty Village. This cohort has also been instrumental in the gentrification of Toronto Central neighbourhoods such as Oakwood-Vaughan and Dufferin Grove as they snap up smaller freehold properties at more affordable price points, ReMax says.

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Baby Boomers have also been a major influence in Toronto Central, selling larger homes throughout the GTA and making lateral moves or downsizing to neighbourhoods close to shops, restaurants and amenities. Close to 15,000 properties were sold in 2018, with average price of $932,416, up almost 40 per cent since 2013. Properties within Toronto Central averaged 20 days on market and ranged in price from $709,660 in Bayview Village to $2.5 million in York Mills, Hogg’s Hollow, Bridle Path and Sunnybrook.

With an affordable average price point of $611,628 – and a range of $528,942 to $746,332 – younger buyers, empty nesters and retirees have flocked to Simcoe County in recent years. New construction in Adjala-Tosorontio, Bradford West, Essa, Innisfil and New Tecumseth has allowed the area to capture a greater percentage of the overall market between 2013 to 2018.

“As the Millennials move into their homebuying years, they will displace Baby Boomers as the dominant force in the GTA’s real estate market,” says Alexander. “Their impact on housing will have a serious ripple effect on infrastructure in the coming years, placing pressure on transit systems, roadways, local economies and their abilities to attract investors and new businesses, parks and greenspace development.”

The upswing in demand over the next decade is expected to re-ignite homebuying activity in Toronto East, York, Peel and Durham Regions. These areas still carry significant weight, despite the factors that have impacted softer performance in recent years, such as affordability, lack of available housing and fewer transit options.

GTA west vs east

As the west end of the GTA continues to see growth and price appreciation, a leveling effect will likely come into play (with the east region),” Alexander told HOMES. “Toronto’s GDP and the thriving economy will continue to attract people, so while affordability may continue to decrease, desire is unlikely to waver. That said, the current and next generation of homebuyers are taking this factor into account when they are making their decision to purchase – sacrificing space for lifestyle and convenience.  As they look to the greater GTA, if affordability becomes more leveled out between the west and the east, it’s likely that we will see more dispersion across the entire region as people’s desire to be connected to the GTA core remains strong.

GTA east areas such as Durham region currently don’t have the same appeal as the west. “The West end of the GTA has a greater diversity of communities that are attracting a diverse range of buyers.  In the past 10 years, there has been significant focus on the growth and development of these regions, whereas historically, Durham has not traditionally been viewed in this same regard. With the boom in areas towards the east, like Prince Edward County, and the affordability leveling out, we will likely see the tide begin to turn.”


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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Fieldgate Homes

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Fieldgate Homes

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EDITOR’S CHOICE: Fieldgate Homes

Fall in love with Fieldgate

Discover the GTA’s most spectacular residences when you visit Fieldgate’s many fine current communities.

For over 60 years, Fieldgate has worked hard to provide the finest quality family homes and communities to thousands of satisfied homeowners. This year we’re offering families an exceptional selection of new homes to choose from at our many fine community locations. We truly believe that this is the GTA’s best selection of family residences. Read on to discover where you can find your dream home with Fieldgate Homes.


Located in West Brampton at the corner of Mayfield and Chinguacousy Roads, 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. Join Fieldgate Homes at the new release on Saturday, October 13 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m to discover a beautiful selection of freehold townhomes and semi-detached homes from the upper $500,000s, as well as 30-, 38- and 41-foot detached homes from the low $700,000s. The Presentation Centre is located at 8676 Chinguacousy Road, just north of Steeles Avenue West.


Since it opened, Valleylands has been a top choice among homebuyers in West Brampton. At an ideal location, this is a place where the valleys surrounding the Credit River offer a breathtaking outdoor playground of lush green parkland, with major urban conveniences all just moments away. Luxurious family homes up to 3,192 square feet with finished basements are now available for early move in. From the mid $900,000s.


Fieldgate Homes is proud to announce an all-new continuation of their award-winning Impressions community. 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 Highway 427 extension coming soon and just minutes away, a new community school, and excellent urban amenities close at hand, life in Kleinburg has never been more convenient. Offering luxurious detached homes on 30-, 38- and 44-foot lots, you can renew your love of the good life at New Kleinburg. Register today on our website.


Whitby Meadows is a master-planned community that offers West Whitby’s best lifestyle. Discover an exceptional selection of 30- and 36-foot single detached homes in west Whitby’s finest natural setting. Visit the Presentation Centre located on the north side of Taunton Road just west of Coronation Road to find your new dream home today.


At Cobblestones South, just south of Steeles Avenue West, you can discover an exquisite selection of 36-foot designs, many of which feature optional lofts that will bring the total interior space up to over 3,400 square feet. With a wonderful collection of solid brick and stone homes to choose from, you are certain to find something that is perfect for your family here.

Enjoy West Brampton’s most convenient lifestyle with many major amenities nearby, including parks, schools, shopping, dining, easy access to Highways 400, 401 and 407, Brampton Transit, GO Transit and more.


Visit Fieldgate online for more information on any of these remarkable communities, Sales Centre locations, phone numbers and floorplans, or to register for upcoming communities.



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