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Lucchetta Homes in Niagara at its finest

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Lucchetta Homes in Niagara at its finest

Davis Heights is one of Niagara’s finest new addresses. This luxury development, features a limited selection of luxury custom bungalow towns, backing onto the Niagara escarpment. At Davis Heights, the Luxe Collection is custom curated by the renowned interior design firm Raphael Gomes Interiors. The Versailles model home features a vertical glass wine-cellar embedded in the staircase filled with local wines, an elegant paneled library, convenient and practical double, main floor masters with ensuites, each meticulously designed with individual masculine and feminine forward touches. Relax in the sumptuous living room with 15-ft. vaulted ceiling, gourmet chef’s kitchen with two-tone cabinets, and oversized island perfect for entertaining. The lower level features a spacious guest suite, games room, wet-bar, Great Room, and your own personal gym. Homes are priced from the $700,000s with floorplans ranging from 1,530 to 2,600 sq. ft. Occupancy is scheduled for fall 2020. Stop in to see the award-winning models. Hurry in to own your luxurious piece of tranquility with private terraces overlooking a ravine.

Riverside

New block of towns has been released at Riverside at Hunter’s Pointe. Purchasers will receive $10,000 in designer upgrades upon any purchase of a Lucchetta Home during September. Riverside features single detached, attached and waterfront homes. Towns are available from $500,000s, singles priced from $600,000s with occupancy summer 2020. The contemporary Lancaster, now open, is an award-winning NZR model home designed by Wendi Pelfrey. Every square inch has been designed with the homeowners needs in mind, amongst a serene, lush landscape. This is a premier, resort-style, Energy-Star certified community, with world-class amenities and services. “Niagara has become the destination for retirees downsizing, looking for a balance of luxury and quality, peace and tranquility. Buying a home here is a fraction of the cost of comparable homes in the GTA,” says Kim Kopyl, director of sales and marketing for Lucchetta Homes. “And the quality of life is far superior.”

Well recognized

Ugo Lucchetta started Lucchetta Homes more than 60 years ago. Today, it is well-known for quality construction, craftsmanship and unparalleled customer service. Sons Robert and Ed carry on the traditions started by their father. The hard work has paid off with ongoing appreciation, in addition to the loyalty and word-of mouth praise expressed by their customers. On Aug. 14, 2019 Lucchetta Homes was nominated as a finalist in five categories for the OHBA Awards of Distinction. Lucchetta is truly humbled and excited for the conference and awards gala in Collingwood. The company most recently won for Community of the Year in the CHBA Awards, and EnerQuality’s Energy Star Builder of the Year. Lucchetta Homes was also the only builder in Ontario this year to have been selected as a finalist in five categories for the CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence, taking home three CHBA Awards in 2019.

“Simply to be nominated amongst the very best in the industry in Canada is a tremendous achievement, and testament to our entire team,” says Kopyl. “Winning these coveted awards truly validates the caliber of excellence that Lucchetta Homes is consistently providing to the real estate industry on a national level.”

“We build every home as if we would live in it ourselves, and these achievements further authenticate our focus on homeowner satisfaction.” says Robert and Ed Lucchetta, principals of Lucchetta Homes. Such recognition has inspired the company to continuously raise the bar in innovation and quality. “Legendary luxury is something everyone at Lucchetta Homes strives to provide – where we not only build homes, but foundations to live your best life.”

Niagara at its finest

It’s a perfect spot to call home in Canada as a result of lower living costs, award-winning restaurants, world-class wineries, organic farmers’ markets, beaches, designer shopping, and entertainment. Outdoor activities include hiking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, boating, fishing, paddle boarding, cycling, horseback riding, golfing and tennis. And for those who love to travel, you can easily access the Buffalo and Niagara airports.

LUCCHETTA HOMES

  • Davis Heights
  • Riverside at Hunter’s Pointe
  • Ryans Grove
  • Lusso Urban Towns

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Neighbourhood Watch: Niagara

In Niagara, the Falls are just part of the appeal

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In Niagara, the Falls are just part of the appeal

When people think Niagara, they often think only of the Falls themselves, those natural wonders to which a visit never seems to grow old.

But beyond the awe-inspiring beauty and power of the Falls and the Niagara River, Niagara Region offers a lot more that’s worthy of just a weekend getaway.

Encompassing towns such as Grimsby, Lincoln, Niagara-on-the-Lake, St. Catharines, Thorold and Welland, the Niagara Region is blessed with a great natural location. It occupies most of the Niagara Peninsula, bounded by the U.S. to the south and on the north by Lake Ontario, and of course the Niagara Escarpment – all of which offers strong potential for business and lifestyle choices.

These natural landscapes and climate make the Niagara Region perfect for agri-business such as winemaking – a key economic sector. The Niagara Wine Route, connecting dozens of wineries, is a growing tourism draw to complement cultural events such as the Shaw Festival.

Indeed, a visit to the area can involve a stop at the Falls, winery tours, the quaint town of Niagara-on-the- Lake, the Botanical Gardens with its Floral Clock and Butterfly Conservatory, several championship golf course and a growing casino industry in downtown Niagara Falls.

But this is all for play. To live and work in the region is another matter.

Economic growth

Again, a blessing of location, Niagara is within 800 km of two provinces, nine states and 130 million people on both sides of the border. This means opportunities for business. The trade that flows across Niagara’s borders totals more than $100 billion annually, and supports hundreds of thousands of jobs across Canada and the U.S. The infrastructure network to support this trade activity comprises five international bridges, multiple railways and the Welland Canal, linking Lake Erie into the St. Lawrence Seaway system.

All of this is conducive to growth potential for the region’s manufacturing and transportation and logistics sectors, to complement the historical strength in agriculture and tourism.

Niagara’s economy has shown steady growth in a number of areas, particularly in job creation and new investment, but still lags slightly behind Ontario averages. The Niagara economic development department confirms the area still has challenges in higher unemployment, lower participation rate and lower household income per capita.

But that’s changing. In 2018 alone, Niagara had $1.7 billion in construction investment. From 2015 to 2018, such investment grew by 56 per cent in Niagara, compared to 19 per cent for Ontario overall.

New home development

As the economy grows and affords people more opportunity to live and work in Niagara – or close by – new-home development is following.

Much of the housing growth is in the lowrise category, as buyers from the GTA find the lot sizes and price points far more appealing and affordable.

According to the latest Royal LePage House Price Survey, aggregate home prices in St. Catharines-Niagara were $418,673 in the second quarter of 2019. This is up 3.2 per cent per cent from the same period last year.

Given the popularity of condominiums as a lifestyle choice, growth in this category is on its way. Homes by DeSantis, for example, has condo projects underway in both Grimsby and Stoney Creek. And Urbane Communities is building Marbella Condominium in Niagara Falls.

Location, location, location

A regional municipality in Southern Ontario comprising 12 municipalities such as Grimsby, Lincoln, Niagara-on-the-Lake, St. Catharines, Thorold and Welland; 130 kms from Toronto; 86 kms from Hamilton.

Key landmarks

  • Botanical Gardens
  • Casino Niagara
  • Clifton Hill
  • Niagara Falls
  • The Niagara Wine Route
  • Welland Canal

Select condo developments

Marbella Condominium by Urbane Communities

Utopia Condominiums by New Horizon Development Group

AquaZul by Homes By DeSantis

Como Condos by Homes By DeSantis


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Silvergate Homes

Legends on the Green, Niagara by Silvergate Homes

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Legends on the Green, Niagara by Silvergate Homes

This exclusive golf course community includes only 58 luxury bungalow towns starting from the $400,000s. Brought to you by Silvergate Homes, Legends on the Green combines luxury living with architectural elegance. As part of a special bonus offer, new home purchasers receive an exclusive golf package to Legends on the Niagara Golf Course. Included, is a tour of the facilities, a 45-minute swing analysis and two rounds of golf, as well as invitations to events held at Legends on the Niagara throughout the year. Also close to Legends on the Green, are more than 80 award-winning wineries, dozens of other golf courses, a foodie’s smorgasbord of fine dining and local farmers’ markets, in addition to hundreds of kilometres of hiking and biking trails.

SILVERGATE HOMES
Legends on the Green in Niagara

The model homes will be open this summer at 8974 Willoughby Dr. in Niagara Falls.

905.680.6000

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Park Lane Homes

Park Lane Homes is celebrating 30 years of homebuilding excellence

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Park Lane Homes is celebrating 30 years of homebuilding excellence

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Park Lane Home Builders in Niagara. Founded in 1989 by Edward Lenchyshyn, his vision was to build quality homes that were affordable. Three decades later, Park Lane has hundreds of homes under their collective tool belt. Not only are they experiencing an influx of repeat buyers, but the next generation are following in their parent’s footsteps, and are now sold on Park Lane’s reputation.

When only the best will do

Very much a family affair, the principals of Park Lane build each home as if it was their own. They take great pride in their elevated level of customer service, so that each new home owner can focus on the excitement and joy that comes with buying a new home.

In order to reflect the lifestyles of a broad range of homebuyers, Park Lane offers an extensive collection of townhouses and single-family homes. Fine features and finishes are included throughout. Select floorplans and upgraded choices may include nine-foot ceilings, quartz countertops, frameless glass showers and covered porches to suit individual decor preferences.

Village Creek

Located in the the quaint town of Stevensville, only five minutes from the Q.E.W. off Sodom Road, Village Creek Estates is a peaceful enclave of townhomes and single-family residences starting at $442,375. Across from an area of peaceful green space, and just off of the main street, Village Creek is close to schools, a library, a zoo, parks, shops, restaurants and hiking/biking trails, as well as beaches, Sherkston Shores campground, casinos and the Fort Erie Race Track.

Parklane Place

This coveted neighbourhood is located between Ridgeway and Crystal Beach, and is within walking distance of Crystal Ridge Park and a variety of amenities. Construction is now well underway on 22 townhomes starting at $439,900. Especially appealing to empty nesters, this vacation-like setting provides easy access to the sandy beaches of Fort Erie, as well as shops and restaurants in downtown Ridgeway. Summertime is the best time to take in this area, with local festivals, concerts and food vendors.

Come meet Cathy, Parklane's construction/sales manager
Come meet Cathy, Parklane’s construction/sales manager

Just right

Extensive insight into the Niagara region allows Park Lane to choose prime building sites that are close to all the things that matter. Snowbirds are only 25 minutes away from the Buffalo Airport, and ten minutes from Niagara Falls. The model home is now open, and the members of this family-run business are eager to help you find that just-right home.

CONTACT INFORMATION

The Model Home is located at 4107 Village Creek Drive in Stevensville, and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday, and from 1 to 4 p.m. weekends.

905.382.8857 / parklanehomebuilders.com


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Niagara, the lifestyle boost you’ve been looking for

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Niagara, the lifestyle boost you’ve been looking for

Photography courtesy of Niagara Falls Tourism

Located on the southern end of the Golden Horseshoe, Niagara Region encompasses the cities of St. Catharines, Thorold and Welland, as well as the charming towns of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Grimsby and Fort Erie. The City of Niagara Falls is a vibrant community that promotes recreation, arts and culture. While urban amenities are in abundance, there’s still a relaxed stillness that comes with living in this beautiful area.

A sight for sore eyes

A drive through the Niagara region is an annual ritual for many, as the orchards are bursting with delicate blossoms on fruit-bearing trees. The Japanese flowering cherry trees, found at the Botanical Gardens, Queenston Heights Park and Kingsbridge Park are expected to bloom by mid-May.

Located along the scenic Niagara Parkway is the Floral Clock, which was constructed in 1950. The clock’s face, complete with working mechanisms, is planted two times per year with 15,000 to 20,000 carpet plants arranged in beautiful designs. It is the second most photographed highlight in the region.

Created in 1967 to commemorate Canada’s Centennial Year, the fragrant Lilac Garden is located north of the Floral Clock and features 200 different lilac varieties in a range of colours.

The Botanical Gardens is located just north of Niagara Falls on the Niagara Parkway. For more than 80 years, visitors have found solace while strolling the gardens. Also located here is the Butterfly Conservatory, and the world-famous rose garden that features more than 2,400 varieties.

The first fireworks’ display took place on September 14th, 1860.

Niagara-on-the-Lake

Everyday’s a holiday

View the falls from the water, the air or the ground. To experience the thundering roar, power and mystical qualities of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Niagara Gorge, book a tour through niagaracruises.com.

Less than a half hour drive from the Falls, at the mouth of the Niagara River, is the quaint 18th century town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, often referred to as Ontario’s loveliest town. Home to the renowned Shaw Festival, the town is an eclectic dining, shopping and sightseeing experience. Partnering with Parks Canada, eSkoot Niagara offers historical tours via an eSkooter.

Old Fort Erie, Fort George, Brock’s Monument and Laura Secord’s homestead are just a few of the landmarks that will delight history buffs. The area was also an important stop on the legendary 1800s Underground Railroad.

In addition to slots and gaming tables, Fallsview Casino Resort showcases international performers.

Niagara boasts close to 100 parks and several championship courses, including Legends on the Niagara, Oak Hall Par 3 and the Whirlpool Golf Course, which was designed by golf architect Stanley Thompson and is rated as one of Canada’s most highly rated public golf courses.

Two Sisters Vineyards

Two Sisters Vineyards

Our model home feature in this issue is by Solmar Development Corps. Sales and marketing manager, Angela Marotta, is also CEO of Two Sisters Vineyards, along with her sister Melissa Paolicelli-Marotta. Established approximately 10 years ago, the winery has received many awards and accolades, and was most recently named the ‘Best Small Winery in Canada for 2018’, by the National Wine Awards.

Photography Courtesy of Two Sisters Vineyards

Ideal conditions

Because of the two large bodies of water, Niagara Region is considered to be a moderate climate zone. Southern Ontario is roughly at the same latitude as southern France (Provence). The area’s temperatures make it ideal for growing tender fruit, and the conditions are ideal for ripening many varieties of grapes.

The Niagara Peninsula is one of four recognized viticultural areas by the VQA (Vintners Quality Alliance) in the Ontario Wine Industry. The European-style vineyards and wineries attract visitors from around the world. Many offer full tours of their facilities, and some have onsite dining, which feature sumptuous menus paired with their own VQA vintages.

Niagara Vintage Wine Tours offers half day, full day and evening tours, paired with gastronomic delicacies.

Morton’s Grille, Marriott Fallsview

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Lowrise Feature: Lucchetta Homes

Lucchetta Homes is Niagara’s award-winning builder

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Lucchetta Homes is Niagara’s award-winning builder

Davis Heights is one of Niagara’s finest new addresses by Lucchetta Homes, featuring a limited selection of bungalow/bungaloft custom towns, backing onto a lush ravine and the Niagara escarpment.

The LUXE Collection is custom-curated by the renowned interior design firm – Raphael Gomes Interiors. The Versailles model home is now open for viewing, and features a vertical glass wine-cellar embedded in the staircase and filled with local wines.

Occupancies are scheduled for late 2019, and into 2020. Interiors include double masters with ensuites, a panelled library, 15-foot vaulted ceilings in the living room, gourmet kitchens with two-tone cabinets, and an oversized island. The lower-level features a spacious guest suite, a games room, a wet-bar, a great room with a home theatre, and a personal gym. Every detail has been considered on these homes that range from 1,530 to 2,600 square feet, priced from the $744,900s.

Join Lucchetta Homes on May 25th for their Sip and Savour charity event. Lucchetta will be matching all donations and presenting the proceeds to Wellspring Niagara. At the event, guests will be treated to an oyster bar, hor d’oeuvres, local wine, craft beer, and live entertainment, while viewing the new releases. Davis Heights is currently 60 per cent sold.

Riverside

As part of Riverside‘s grand opening special at Hunter’s Pointe, new home buyers will receive $10,000 in upgrades with the purchase of a luxury, single-detached bungalow. Walkout, waterfront lots, single detached lots, and award-winning bungalow towns, are priced from $499,900, with occupancy scheduled for April 2020. Move-in-ready homes are available with 30-, 60- or 90-day closings.

Now open, and designed by Wendi Pelfrey, is the award-winning, Net Zero Ready Lancaster model. Addressing the needs of those new home purchasers who are downsizing, everything is meticulously designed and accessible. The Lancaster was recently nominated as the Best Home in Ontario and in Canada by both OHBA and CHBA. It also won Best Kitchen and Best Sales Team by the NHBA in 2019.

This resort-style, adult community includes world-class amenities and services. “Buying a home here is a fraction of the cost of comparable homes in the GTA,” says Kim Kopyl, director of sales and marketing for Lucchetta Homes. “And the quality of life is far superior.”

Celebrated builder

Ugo Lucchetta started the company more than 60 years ago. Sons, Robert and Ed, carry on the traditions started by their father. Their hard work has paid off with ongoing appreciation and word-of mouth praise from their loyal customers.

In 2018, alone, Lucchetta Homes won, or were nominated for, more than 30 awards by all levels of builders’ associations – local, provincial and national. Most recently, they won Community of The Year by CHBA and EQ’s Energy Star Builder of The Year. In addition, they received the Excellence in Green, and Community of The Year, by the NHBA (2019).

Lucchetta Homes was the only builder in Ontario this year to have been selected as a finalist by the CHBA National Awards in five categories, including Best Detached Home (one-storey bungalow); Best Attached Home (under 1,500 sq. ft.); Best Print Ad (Riverside); Best Attached Home (1,500+ sq. ft.); and Best Brochure (Davis Heights). “Just to be nominated amongst the very best in the industry in Canada is a tremendous achievement, and a testament to our entire team,” says Kopyl.

Robert and Ed Lucchetta commented on the fact that it’s very prestigious to be considered for national awards as a boutique builder. They build every home as if they would live in it themselves, and constantly reinforce their mantra – legendary luxury. They not only build homes, but sustainable foundations to live your best life.

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The Oaks at Six Mile Creek

The Oaks at Six Mile Creek

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The Oaks at Six Mile Creek

Blythwood’s newest community now under construction

The Oaks at Six Mile Creek is Blythwood Homes‘ most elegant community. Nestled against a 60-acre forest preserve, with mature oak trees and an abundance of wildlife, The Oaks is sure to become one of Niagara Region’s most desirable adult communities.

The Oaks is within walking distance to downtown Ridgeway, as well as the sandy shores of Lake Erie. In addition, a large number of lots back onto the forest and green space. The utilities and roadways are near completion, and construction is well under way.

AMAZING AMENITIES

Guaranteed to augment a happy, fulfilling lifestyle, a wide range of amenities are close at hand. Within 30 minutes of the Oaks, there are close to three dozen championship golf courses. Shopping, healthcare, entertainment venues, fine dining and a plethora of award-winning wineries are nearby.

The Niagara Peninsula has become a desired location, due to its accessibility to the GTA, as well as its proximity to Buffalo and New York State. Via the QEW, residents have their choice of airports when heading out on holidays. In addition, Niagara Region is at the northern edge of the Great Carolinian Forest, and a more temperate climate, you’ll experience milder winters and longer summers.

HIGH STANDARDS

While the location is definitely one of the true advantages of the Oaks, the quality and value of the home designs offered by Blythwood Homes completes the entire lifestyle package. Considered to be one of Niagara Region’s top builders of adult-oriented communities, Blythwood selects prime locations that are conducive to the wants and needs of those who are well aware of what they’re looking for. Blythwood insists on generous detached lot sizes – some up to 50 feet wide and 130 feet deep. Most models, including townhomes, come with two-car garages.

Bythwood-built homes come with fine features and finishes – inside, and out. Extra-height ceilings range from nine to 16 feet, and are accented by an abundance of oversized windows. Furniture-grade cabinetry is used in the kitchen and on bathroom vanities. Many finishes that would be considered upgrades by other builders, are standard in a Blythwood home.

All Blythwood homes are insulated to the strictest standards, meaning that the homeowners live in year-round comfort at the most economical price. High-quality furnaces are 97 per cent efficient. Energy Recovery Ventilation assures a continuous supply of clean, fresh air, and modulated thermostats ensure that your home is at the comfort level that you prefer.

There are so many advantages to living at The Oaks at Six Mile Creek, but one of the most advantageous are the amazing home prices. Listed for far lower than a comparable house in the GTA, purchasing a new home in Niagara can save you several hundred thousand dollars.

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866.422.6610

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Destination Ontario: Bloomin’ Gorgeous

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Destination Ontario: Bloomin’ Gorgeous

Springtime in Niagara

Some 12,000 years ago, the falls at Niagara were defined when melting glaciers formed the Great Lakes. The rushing waters that ran downhill from one lake (Lake Erie) to another (Lake Ontario) carved out a river, and at one point passed over a steep, cliff -like formation – the Niagara escarpment. As the water began to wear its way back up the river, the deeply cut path that was left behind is now known as the Niagara Gorge.

The southern end of the Golden Horseshoe, Niagara Region encompasses the cities of St. Catharines, Thorold and Welland, as well as the charming towns of Niagara-on-the- Lake, Grimsby and Fort Erie. The City of Niagara Falls is a vibrant community that affords residents with a plethora of opportunities in the areas of recreation, arts and culture. While urban amenities are in abundance, there’s still a relaxed stillness that comes with living in this beautiful area.

EXPLOSIVE BEAUTY
Come spring, it’s a visual flower feast. A drive through the Niagara region is an annual ritual for many, as the orchards are bursting with delicate blossoms on fruit-bearing trees. The Japanese flowering cherry trees, found at the Botanical Gardens, Queenston Heights Park and Kingsbridge Park are expected to bloom by mid-May.

Located along the scenic Niagara Parkway is the Floral Clock, which was constructed in 1950. The clock’s face, complete with working mechanisms, is planted two times per year with 15,000 to 20,000 carpet plants arranged in beautiful designs. It is the second most photographed highlight in the region.

Floral clock

Created in 1967 to commemorate Canada’s Centennial Year, the fragrant Lilac Garden is located north of the Floral Clock and features 200 different lilac varieties in a range of colours.

The Botanical Gardens is located just north of Niagara Falls on the Niagara Parkway. For more than 80 years, visitors have found solace while strolling the beautiful gardens. Also located here is the Butterfly Conservatory, and the world-famous rose garden that features more than 2,400 varieties.

Butterfly Conservatory

The first fireworks’ display took place on September 14th, 1860. In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the annual Falls Fireworks Series, Niagara Parks has expanded their schedule to include 111 fireworks daily displays throughout the summer. Special holiday shows are scheduled for the Memorial Day long weekend (May 25 to 28).

DAY TRIPPING
View the falls from the water, the air or the ground. No matter your vantage point, it’s an awe-inspiring experience – no matter the time of year.

Less than a half hour drive from the Falls, at the mouth of the Niagara River, is the quaint 18th century town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, often referred to as Ontario’s loveliest town. Home to the renowned Shaw Festival, the town is an eclectic dining, shopping and sightseeing experience.

Niagara-on-the-Lake

Old Fort Erie, Fort George, Brock’s Monument and Laura Secord’s homestead are just a few of the landmarks that will delight history buffs. The area was also an important stop on the legendary 1800s Underground Railroad.

In addition to slots and gaming tables, Fallsview Casino Resort showcases international performers.

Niagara boasts close to 100 parks and several championship courses, including Legends on the Niagara, Oak Hall Par 3 and the Whirlpool Golf Course, which was designed by golf architect Stanley Thompson and is rated as one of Canada’s most highly rated public golf courses.

CLIMATE CONTROLLED

Because of the two large bodies of water, Niagara Region is considered to be a moderate climate zone. Southern Ontario is roughly at the same latitude as southern France (Provence). The area’s temperatures make it ideal for growing tender fruit, and the conditions are ideal for ripening many varieties of grapes.

The Niagara Peninsula is one of four recognized viticultural areas by the VQA (Vintners Quality Alliance) in the Ontario Wine Industry. The European-style vineyards and wineries attract visitors from around the world. Many offer full tours of their facilities, and some have onsite dining, which feature sumptuous menus paired with their own VQA vintages.

The extended warm-weather season is also popular with boating, golf, hiking and biking enthusiasts.

Photography, courtesy of Niagara Falls Tourism

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Editor's Choice: Lucchetta Homes

Editor’s Choice: Lucchetta Homes

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Editor’s Choice: Lucchetta Homes

Live your best life at the Residences at Hunters Pointe in Welland

The Residences at Hunters Pointe is Lucchetta Homes’ flagship community in the Niagara Region. Strategically located along the Welland Canal, Lucchetta is realizing its vision of creating a premier retirement community for active adults.

Lucchetta Homes is Niagara’s premier boutique home builder.

“Where we not only build homes, but foundations to live your best life,” says Kim Kopyl, director of sales for Lucchetta Homes. “We pride ourselves in offering clients a superior building experience within our developments. We also service our own communities, controlling the quality of our exceptional homes.”

No other development offers such a unique natural backdrop. Everything at the Residences at Hunters Pointe is geared towards active adults with maintenance-free living — including snow removal and lawn maintenance — world-class amenities, inviting streetscapes and a unique natural setting in the heart of Niagara and wine country.

Hunters Pointe won Best Community Development in Canada from the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) in 2017.

The Residences at Hunters Pointe is ideal for independent adults who value a vibrant social and physically active lifestyle. An impressive 14,000-square-foot community centre features a fitness facility, yoga and aerobics room, salt-water pool, hot tub, banquet centre, tennis courts and a library. Resort-style services provide for turnkey living.

This provincial and national award-winning development is ideal for independent adults who value a vibrant social and physically active lifestyle.

There is a limited release of new custom-curated bungalows at Riverside at Hunters Pointe featuring premium waterfront lots, traditional, transitional or modern exteriors, energy-efficient homes with open-concept spaces, striking architectural elements, oversized windows and upgraded finishes throughout. Priced from just $479,900.

It’s time for it to be all about you again. Hurry in for your luxury home, built by legendary Lucchetta Homes in March and receive $5,000 in upgrades.

“Our experience with Lucchetta Homes is exceptional,” says one satisfied homebuyer. “Lucchetta offers the best community, home designs and layouts at a wonderful value. They spent time assessing our needs and were very patient assisting us throughout the process.

“Lucchetta has been very accommodating and understanding throughout our homeowner process. We were guided every step of the way. We highly recommended Lucchetta to anyone looking for a premium built, custom home. You can trust that you’re receiving the very best quality and a home built with love.

“Well done Lucchetta!”

LUCCHETTA HOMES
Residences at Hunters Pointe

Located at 71 Kintyre Trail, Welland, the Sales Centre is open Monday to Wednesday and Sarturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.; closed Thursday and Friday.

289.820.8600
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Editor's Choice: Silvergate Homes

Editor’s Choice: Silvergate Homes

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Editor’s Choice: Silvergate Homes

Amuse by the Lake in Fort Erie is ‘built for your lifestyle’

The amusement park at Erie Beach entertained generations and was the destination for fun in the days of wooden rollercoasters, big band ballroom dancing and Lake Erie steamers. The next chapter now awaits with Amuse by the Lake in Fort Erie, an exclusive collection of new homes conceived by award-winning Silvergate Homes.

The community’s unique heritage inspires its scenic surroundings. One still morning, you may even catch yourself humming to Duke Ellington’s timeless swing rhythms while strolling along the neighbourhood’s tree-lined trails, the gentle lake breeze in your hair.

Passionately designed, the homes of Amuse by the Lake fuse striking exteriors, unique lines and exceptional spaces. The homes are a testament to the superior craftsmanship and luxury living that has made Silvergate Homes Niagara’s premier builder.

Amuse by the Lake is a small single-family development of seven units on Lakeshore Road featuring two- to four-bedroom homes with finished basements starting from the $900,000s located at 735 Lakeshore Road in Fort Erie.

Silvergate Homes makes dreams a reality with their award-winning customized approach to building and renovating homes. As a Tarion Warranty builder and a member of RenoMark, Silvergate Homes customizes each home to the specifications of their homebuyers.

Silvergate Homes was started over 30 years ago by Vito Passero, who at 79 is still the president. All three of Passero’s children — John, Michael and Susan — work in the business. When you work with Silvergate, it means you are a part of the Passero family.

Silvergate Homes believes your home should suit your ideal lifestyle. Its one-on-one philosophy ensures that no item on your wish list goes unexplored and its customer-focused approach has resulted in the creation of hundreds of dream homes in Niagara and throughout the Golden Horseshoe.

The expertise and dedication of the Silvergate team comes together with each and every new home. You can be confident that your home is built with materials of the finest quality, to the highest standards of construction and by industry professionals and skilled tradespeople who take pride in their work.

Silvergate’s homes are consistently built to exceed the Ontario Building Code and is dedicated to building green new homes in Niagara, thanks to its award-winning, eco-friendly practices and green building technologies.

Silvergate Homes was the first Niagara builder to apply the Energy Star environmental standard to an entire community of homes. Silvergate’s environmental leadership was recognized by its peers, winning the Niagara Home Builders’ Association’s very first Excellence in Green Construction/Renovation Award in 2011/2012 and again the next year.

Silvergate Homes offers a custom building approach in several distinctive new home communities: Canal View Heights in Welland, Meadowvale Estates in St. Catharines, Village on the Twelve in St. Catharines, German Village in Niagara Falls and Victoria Woods in Niagara Falls.

Whether you’re looking to buy a new home or renovating your existing one, Silvergate Homes will work closely with you to exceed your highest expectations. No wonder its motto is “We build for your lifestyle.”

SILVERGATE HOMES
Amuse by the Lake

Located at 735 Lakeshore Road, Lot #1, Fort Erie, the Sales Centre is open Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., or by appointment.

(905) 680-6000
SilvergateHomes.com



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