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Georgian Sands by Elm Developments

Georgian Sands is master-planned for maximum enjoyment

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Georgian Sands is master-planned for maximum enjoyment

You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy Wasaga Beach. In fact, it’ s becoming the fastest growing area for vacation homes, and for those who are retiring and downsizing. Well known for its recreational opportunities all year long, Wasaga’s 14-kilometre sandy beach hugs the shoreline of Georgian Bay. In the heart of it all, you’ll find the newest neighbourhood by Elm Developments – Georgian Sands.

This scenic setting is perfect for water sports, fairweather activities or strolling hand in hand. River kayaking, boating, biking, hiking, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are all popular pastimes, and Blue Mountain’s downhill ski slopes are close by. Just a short drive away, you can enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment in Collingwood. With so many farms and microbreweries near Wasaga, a culture of farm-to-table cuisine has evolved, along with markets, country fairs and music – all adding up to a vibrant lifestyle.

Perfection personified

The popularity of Georgian Sands surpassed expectations. The first two phases of townhomes and detached homes sold out quickly, and the first phase of homes are now under construction. The newest residents of this community are expected to move in this fall. As demand for these new homes continues to increase, Elm Developments will be releasing further phases.

Townhomes and detached homes offer a selection of three and four-bedroom floorplans with open-concept kitchens and great rooms, as well as main-floor powder rooms. Some layouts feature master retreats on the main level, and Elm Developments has included formal rooms, libraries, mudrooms, home offices and second-floor laundries, as per plan.

Each home has been designed with heritage-style details, and a colour palette that reflects the natural coastal beauty of Georgian Bay. Take a walk along Georgian Sands’ streets for a true appreciation of the architectural accents, including gables, turrets, shiplap siding, shakes and stone – all in colours inspired by nature.

An all-season playground

You’ ll find everything you could possibly need, within a short walk from your home at Georgian Sands. This master-planned community will feature its own shopping area, with stores, restaurants and cafes. Go for a run or take your dog for a walk, and choose a different route everyday. A new four-acre multi-sports park offers opportunities to play softball and tennis. If golf is more your game, you’re next door to a scenic 18-hole course. Georgian Sands positions you close to the downtown beach area in one of Ontario’ s most revered four-season destinations.

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Phases one and two are now sold out. Registrations are now being accepted for future phases.


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South Georgian Bay, where the living is easy

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South Georgian Bay, where the living is easy

By Cece M. Scott cecescott.com

The south Georgian Bay area includes Collingwood, Stayner and Wasaga Beach, as well as some of the most popular destinations and four-season activities in Ontario. Less than two hours from Toronto, you can experience music festivals, farmers’ markets, beer tastings, hiking, golfing, swimming, skiing – and even Elvis sightings.

Annual Elvis Festival in Collingwood : Photography, South Georgian Bay Tourism

Summer Lovin’

The Blue Mountain and Collingwood areas are popular with hikers, mountain bikers, SUP (stand up paddle) boarders and golf lovers. The semiprivate, Cranberry Golf Resort (now known as Living Stone Golf Resort), is the first golf course appointed to the Audubon Society certified course list. It also won the Environmental Stewardship Award. The resort includes an outdoor swimming pool, a hotel, condominium suites, restaurants and shopping.

Blue Mountain Village : Photography, Blue Mountain Resort

Golfers can also head to Wasaga Beach to tee off at the The Links at Georgian Sands, followed by a stroll (and maybe a swim) along Wasaga’s 14-kilometre white sand beach.

Wasaga Beach, has long been touted as one of Ontario’s premier tourist destinations, and is the world’s longest freshwater beach. It really is a beach-inspired town with picture worthy views of Georgian Bay, sparkling clean water, and people of all ages enjoying this water-side town in their swim wear and flip flops.

Close by, is the legendary Nottawasaga River, which is great for fishing, and has sparked the odd tale about the one that got away.

From Farm To Table

Downtown Collingwood’s Farmers’ Market opens on Saturday, May 18th. Thornbury’s market opens on Sunday, May 19th; Meaford’s market on Friday, June 7th; and the new Lowell’s market is to open on Wednesday, June 5th. Get your fill of fresh vegetables, homemade crafts, freshly popped kettle corn, handcrafted signs, unique jewelry and sumptuous baked goods.

Stanyner’s ‘Music Market & Park It’ begins on the 6th of June, and is a weekly celebration of food, live music, local vendors, artists and entertainment for the kids. Classic trucks and cars are also on display.

Lodging and shops at Blue Mountain Village

Something For Everyone

A favourite pastime for many, is people watching. Sit yourself down in one of the colourful Muskoka chairs, hand painted by local artists, that are positioned along Collingwood’s downtown streets, and are part of the town’s Art on the Street installation (May 18th to October 2nd).

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, try hiking, biking or cross-country skiing the 35-kilometre Georgian Trail, which offers magnificent views of Georgian Bay and Blue Mountain as it winds its way through Collingwood, and the neighbouring towns of Thornbury and Meaford.

Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, Photography by Image Ontario

The Blue Mountains, known as such, because of the ever-present eucalyptus trees whose leaves expel a fine mist of natural oils that oft-times appear as a blue mist on the horizon, is a favourite for downhill skiers. More than 40 trails are available over 364 skiable acres. Après skiing, spend time at Blue Mountain Village (Ontario’s largest mountain village resort) known for its eclectic shopping and dining options.

The menu at Twist Martini Restaurant and Lounge is influenced by classic French cuisine – showcasing the freshest of ingredients, as well as an extensive martini and wine list.

The mediterranean-inspired Tholos Restaurant, is owned by Crete native, Tholos. Here, you’ll enjoy an authentic, interactive experience that includes Greek dancing, as well as the Greek tradition of plate smashing.

There are some great shops in the village, including GO FISH GO, which showcases quirky, one-of-a-kind items – from home decor to Read Canoe clothing. At Brights Gallery, you can peruse original works of art by Canadian artists in a relaxed setting.

Rejuvenate your weary bones at the Scandinave Spa at Blue. Soak in the relaxing baths, while taking in the panoramic views of the escarpment – the perfect prescription for spiritual and physical wellness.

Scandinave Spa, Photography by JoAnn McHardy

Dates To Remember

Stayner will be rocking during their three-day Roxodus Music Festival from July 11th to 13th. Featured talent includes, Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Peter Frampton, Cheap Trick, Blondie, Billy Idol, I Mother Earth, Alice Cooper and Honeymoon Suite.

The Collingwood Elvis Festival is celebrating its 25th Anniversary from July 26th to the 28th.

Photo by South Georgian Bay Tourism

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Stonebridge by the Bay

Stonebridge by the Bay is in the heart of Wasaga Beach

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Stonebridge by the Bay is in the heart of Wasaga Beach

Located in the heart of Wasaga Beach, Stonebridge by the Bay is an intimate neighbourhood of loft townhomes that offers a truly exceptional beach-front lifestyle.

According to builder/developer Mark Crowe, it’s all part of a grand plan. “From the beginning, our vision for Stonebridge by the Bay was to ask ourselves what mattered most when making a community.”

Location, location, location

First, and foremost, a community starts with a great location. At Stonebridge by the Bay, residents simply walk over a bridge to the longest freshwater beach in the world. Come winter, you can access a 30-kilometre cross-country trail system that goes right through town. It’s an incredible spot to view more than 200 species of migrating birds every spring and fall.

Here, you have easy access to Toronto, and are close to Collingwood, Midland and Barrie. Farm-fresh produce is available all year round, and there are lots of opportunities for shopping, fine dining and poking about artist studios and boutiques.

Desirable designs

The style of housing was an important component of Stonebridge by the Bay. Robert Stern-inspired Cape Cod architecture, includes pitched roofs and turret rooms. Open-concept loft townhomes are filled with natural light, and start from $489,899. All homes feature a double-car garage and a main floor master retreat. Street lamps are reminiscent of a nautical theme, which is carried out through the neighbourhood.

The community

Creating a liveable neighbourhood was also high on the list – one that brought friends, neighbours and family together. Within the community is a pool, a music pavilion and the Beach House – a shared event space, with private access to the river. In addition, three kilometres of trails wind through parks and wetlands.

The Stonebridge Town Centre complements the amenities of Wasaga Beach with restaurants, health care and retail – all just a few minutes walk from home.

Building a bridge

It may be a metaphor, but Stonebridge by the Bay has built a direct link to the wider reaching community. A residents’ association has been formed, with a passionate commitment to volunteering. Like-minded people, who enjoy similar interests, are enhancing the companionship of the neighbourhood.

As summer approaches, the excitement mounts for those who are lucky enough to live in a beachside town. And, for those who choose to live at Stonebridge by the Bay, they’ll get to enjoy this positive energy, as well as the natural wonders of the area, all year long.

CONTACT INFORMATION

The Sales Office is located at 1 Sandy Coast Crescent in Wasaga Beach.

Call 705.422.0880 or 877.420.0880 or visit the website.


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LOCAL FOCUS: Collingwood & Wasaga Beach

LOCAL FOCUS: Collingwood & Wasaga Beach

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LOCAL FOCUS: Collingwood & Wasaga Beach

by Gale Beeby

Four-season playground

HOUSING OPTIONS

With Collingwood’s industrial past and the Wasaga Beach area known as a summer playground, housing stock is generally single-family homes and cottages, although there are now many condo developments catering to seasonal visitors.

Click here to see a list of homes for sale in Collingwood.

Click here to see a list of homes for sale in Wasaga Beach.

LEISURE PURSUITS

Collingwood is home to many events and festivals. One of its most famous is certainly the Elvis Presley Festival, which attracts Elvis impersonators from all over the world.

Other events include the Jazz & Blues Festival, Art on the Street, Culture Days and Art in Town Hall, while Theatre Collingwood produces live performances of plays and musicals. The town is also home to many art galleries and studios, a fabulous farmers’ market and the Collingwood Museum.

If you don’t feel up to strolling the galleries, however, you can simply enjoy lying on the beach, throwing a line into the water at one of the area’s many great fishing spots, or paddle the area in a canoe or kayak. If you’re feeling more adventurous, Wasaga Beach — the world’s longest freshwater beach — awaits.

PARKS & REC

Collingwood and Wasaga Beach are located on the southern shore of Georgian Bay, next to Blue Mountain, a promontory of the Niagara Escarpment. The region is a major recreational area, noted for skiing, water sports and incredible beaches. There is large network of trails for walking, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

The Collingwood Arboretum has both paved and natural trails and is a vital botanical park. Collingwood’s Scenic Caves offer a variety of activities, including cave tours, a treetop canopy walk, nature trails, a suspension bridge, a zip line, gemstone mining, a trout pond and mini golf.

And speaking of golf, the area is home to many great championship golf courses, including Cobble Beach, Lora Bay, Monterra at Blue Mountain Resort, Cranberry Golf Resort, Georgian Bay Club, Batteaux Creek, OslerBrook, and Horseshoe Resort’s Valley and Highlands courses.

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park offers a myriad of activities, including canoeing, swimming, boating, fishing, biking, birding, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

RETAIL THERAPY

There are many lovely shopping areas in both Collingwood and Wasaga Beach, offering a fine assortment of boutiques, arts and crafts stores, independent retailers, cafés, restaurants and pubs. The nearest shopping mall is Georgian Mall in Barrie, where you can find many chain stors and big box outlets.

EASY ACCESS

Wasaga Beach and Collingwood are served by Highway 26, which runs along the shore of the Nottawasaga Bay, and County Road 124. The towns are also served by a rail link connecting them to the towns of Owen Sound and Barrie. There is a spur heading north through Collingwood to the large grain elevators at the downtown wharf, where trains would formerly load and unload into lake ships. Collingwood has its own transit service, as does Wasaga Beach. Collingwood also boasts an airport, a medium-sized facility about seven kilometres south of the town.

BY THE NUMBERS

Collingwood Population: 21,800
Wasaga Beach Population: 20,675

Collingwood Walk Score: 46
Wasaga Beach Walk Score: 25

Motto: The Beach is just the beginning

Collingwood.ca

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Monaco Condominiums

Monaco Condominiums

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Monaco Condominiums

Luxury development in the heart of Collingwood

Whether it’s a ski weekend near Blue Mountain, or summer days lounging at Wasaga Beach, Collingwood has long been a favourite getaway destination for Torontonians. The area’s four-season resort lifestyle, combined with amazing views and the enticing Georgian Bay, is an alluring draw. However, there is now a new reason to visit Collingwood, according to Remo Niceforo of Monaco’s development team, “It’s the introduction of a luxury residence to downtown Collingwood that is really turning heads,” says Niceforo.

DOWNTOWN’S NEWEST ADDRESS

As the downtown district expands, the need for modern urban accommodation increases. It’s a need that the newest development by Stonebrook Development addresses. Monaco is the first, and only, luxury condominium development in the heart of Collingwood’s burgeoning main streets. With architect firm AJT Architects and interior designers MC2 Designs on the team, Monaco is set to create an iconic downtown landmark.

Located at 1 Hume Street, at the corner of Hurontario, this six-storey building will span a full city block, and make a striking impression with its Beaux-Art inspired architectural facade.

SUITE SENSATIONS

Monaco’s 127 suites are available to buyers in a range of expansive layouts, with one-bedroom, one-plus-den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom-plus-den and three-bedroom designs. Suite sizes range from 645 to more that 2,500 square feet, and are priced from the $300,000s.

An elegantly appointed lobby welcomes residents. Each suite boasts 10-foot ceilings and spectacular views from spacious balconies. Natural light highlights MC2’s inspiring design choices, from the imported Italian kitchens and upgraded appliances, to the spa-like bathrooms with Italian vanities. Residents will also enjoy an expansive view from the rooftop fitness centre and the outdoor terrace – perfect for barbecues and al fresco dining.

A stunning penthouse collection includes premium finishes like 13-foot ceilings and Italian cabinetry, along with breathtaking views of Blue Mountain and Georgian Bay. Only a few units remain.

MONACO’S INFLUENCE

“When we began work on Monaco, the need for luxury downtown residences was clear,” says Niceforo. “But we wanted to do more than simply meet that need. We wanted to build Monaco in a manner that was quintessentially Collingwood, with a design feel inspired by the look and lifestyle of the surrounding area. Monaco embodies that inspiration.”

Monaco will evoke a sense of timelessness and grandeur, while honouring the culture, character and history of the downtown area of Collingwood.

CONTACT INFORMATION

The Monaco presentation centre and professionally designed model suite are located at 25 Huron Street.

866.666.2260

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Georgian International

Georgian International

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Georgian International

Creating Remarkable Communities

Choose a full-time home in a pastoral setting, with vacation-like amenities close at hand. Georgian Bay and Oro-Medonte are wonderful lifestyle alternatives.

Developed by the multi-faceted company, Georgian International, and recognized as the Best New Home Community in Canada (2016) by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, as well as a CHBA award-winning sales centre, Braestone Estates continues to gain recognition for the down-home, up-country lifestyle community that they promote.

Located in Oro-Medonte, within the beautiful Horseshoe Valley, the 229 homes at Braestone are situated on 566 acres of aesthetically appealing landscape. Braestone is well-known for its distinctive architecture, which is a modern interpretation of the country style dwellings of the Oro-Medonte region. Born of the land, Braestone’s Remarkables’ collection features timeless designs that are a natural reflection of the magnificent landscape surrounding the community. Remarkable experiences that all homeowners can enjoy, include horseback riding and Nordic skiing, as well as picking seasonal fruit, tapping maple sugar trees, playing baseball and hiking on the private trail system.

WINDFALL AT BLUE MOUNTAIN

In addition to the award-winning community of Braestone, Georgian International is building a lifestyle community at the base of Blue Mountain. The Windfall at Blue Mountain encompasses 148 acres, one-third of which will be dedicated to parks, ponds and trails, as well as wildlife and nature preservation areas. Winner of Simcoe County Home Builders’ Association’s Project of the Year (2017), the community of Windfall includes a wonderful selection of mountain-chalet-inspired detached, and semi-detached, designs.

MOUNTAIN HOUSE

The newest project by Georgian International is Mountain House at Windfall. Released in January 2018, this project has been well-received. Construction has begun on the 230-unit Mountain House low rise development, which is positioned in an idyllic setting. Two-, three-, and four-storey buildings feature chalet-style terrace suites, complemented by a community building and a bike repair station, in addition to a sauna and relaxation room, as well as hot and cold pools.

ACTIVE PURSUITS

Collingwood, Blue Mountain and Wasaga Beach are all easily accessible from Windfall and Mountain House. There’s no shortage of things to do. Nearby activities include boating and fishing on Georgian Bay, as well as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, water parks, golfing and hiking.

CREATING DIVERSITY

In addition to their residential real estate projects, Georgian International acquired the former Orillia Golf & Country Club in 2017. Since then, the course has been renamed Braestone Club, and is a stone’s throw away from the development that shares its name. The company has begun to revitalize the course, and has plans to include a multipurpose club house and events venue.

Georgian International has been carving their own path for more than 30 years. In addition to real estate development, company divisions include Georgian Chevrolet Buick GMC and Air Georgian, which operates as an Air Canada Express partner, carrying more than one million passengers on an annual basis.

Real estate prices continue to rise in Toronto, and Hamilton is experiencing major growth, making home ownership out of reach for many. New home purchasers are now looking at making their full-time home in a more pastoral setting, with vacation-like amenities close at hand. Georgian Bay and Oro-Medonte are wonderful lifestyle alternatives. Georgian International’s tagline is; live remarkably. At any one of their three new developments, you can do just that.

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EDITOR'S CHOICE: Georgian International

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Georgian International

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EDITOR’S CHOICE: Georgian International

Live Remarkably by choosing a home in a pastoral setting with vacation-like amenities close at hand

Developed by the multi-faceted company Georgian International and recognized as the Best New Home Community in Canada (2016) by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA), as well as its award-winning sales centre, Braestone Estates continues to gain recognition for the down-home, up-country lifestyle community that it promotes.

Located in Oro-Medonte, within the beautiful Horseshoe Valley, the 229 homes at Braestone are situated on 566 acres of aesthetically appealing landscape. Braestone is well-known for its distinctive architecture, which is a modern interpretation of the country-style dwellings of the Oro-Medonte region.

Born of the land, Braestone’s Remarkables feature timeless designs that are a natural reflection of the magnificent landscape surrounding the community. Remarkable experiences that all homeowners can enjoy include horseback riding and Nordic skiing, as well as picking seasonal fruit, tapping maple sugar trees, playing baseball and hiking on the private trail system.

WINDFALL

In addition to the award-winning community of Braestone, Georgian International is building a lifestyle community at the base of Blue Mountain. The Windfall at Blue Mountain encompasses 148 acres, one-third of which will be dedicated to parks, ponds and trails, as well as wildlife and nature preservation areas.

Winner of Simcoe County Home Builders’ Association’s Project of the Year (2017), the community of Windfall includes a wonderful selection of mountain-chalet-inspired detached and semi-detached designs.

MOUNTAIN HOUSE

The newest project by Georgian International is Mountain House at Windfall. Released in January, this project has been well-received. Construction has begun on the 230-unit Mountain House lowrise development, which is positioned in an idyllic setting.

Two-, three-, and four-storey buildings feature chalet-style terrace suites, complemented by a community building and a bike repair station, in addition to a sauna, relaxation room, as well as hot and cold pools.

Collingwood, Blue Mountain and Wasaga Beach are all easily accessible from Windfall and Mountain House. There’s no shortage of things to do. Nearby activities include boating and fishing on Georgian Bay, as well as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, water parks, golfing and hiking.

CREATING DIVERSITY

In addition to their residential real estate projects, Georgian International acquired the former Orillia Golf & Country Club in 2017. Since then, the course has been renamed Braestone Club and is a stone’s throw away from the development that shares its name. The company has begun to revitalize the course, and has plans to include a multipurpose club house and events venue.

Real estate prices continue to rise in Toronto, and Hamilton is experiencing major growth, making home ownership out of reach for many. New home purchasers are now looking to make their full-time home in a more pastoral setting with vacation-like amenities close at hand. Georgian Bay and Oro-Mendonte are wonderful lifestyle alternatives. Georgian International’s tagline is “Live Remarkably.” At any one of its three new developments, you can do just that.

GEORGIAN INTERNATIONAL

Go online for more about Braestone, Windfall and Mountain House.

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Cover Story: Editor's Choice: Georgian International

Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Georgian International

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Cover Story: Editor’s Choice: Georgian International

Creating remarkable communities

Gas-fired lanterns. A pumpkin patch. A Christmas tree farm. A baseball diamond encircled by corn stalks à la Field of Dreams. These idyllic features complement the farmhouse-style homes that make up the Braestone estate community, two hours north of the GTA in Horseshoe Valley.

Developed by multi-faceted company Georgian International, the 229 homes sit on 556 acres in the Township of Oro-Medonte where these ingredients, known as “remarkables,” further entice prospective buyers.

Mike Parker, vice president, sales and marketing for Georgian International’s real estate division, says they release homes in phases and, after selling out in the initial first two releases, another 22 properties will be available this fall.

Bringing a unique approach to Ontario real estate is a hallmark of the company’s mission. “What we’re doing is not what other developers are doing,” says Parker. “In the planning process, we came up with community features that will enhance people’s lives, which will be part of their active lifestyles.”

For example, a toboggan hill is a family-friendly add-on, and a sugar shack can teach residents about the age-old practice of tapping maple trees.

“Braestone buyers are typically nature lovers and enjoy being outdoors,” Parker notes, “and that’s why we created remarkables like a skating pond and a berry patch.”

Parker adds that they are holding events for the community with the intention that the traditions will continue long after the development is built out. Summer corn roasts with live music, a pancake breakfast fundraiser and horse-drawn sleigh rides are just of few of the happenings planned for Braestone.

Besides successful sales, Braestone’s eye-catching offerings and impressive amenities are getting noticed by the industry. It was recognized as Best New Home Community of the Year in 2016 by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA), and its Discovery Centre (aka sales HQ) was named 2016 Best Lowrise Homes Sales Office in Canada by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA).

Interior flourishes make the Braestone homes visually appealing, to say the least: floors come complete with tongue-and-groove maple or oak and porcelain tile is found in the bathrooms, foyers and mudrooms. Master bathrooms showcase an island-style soaker tub.

WINDFALL

But Braestone is not the only development Georgian International is known for in Ontario. Windfall, project of the year as recognized by the Simcoe County Home Builder’s Association, is a 609-home project at the base of Blue Mountain, which attracts buyers who want “comfort, character, culture and community with a relaxed way of life,” says Parker.

He notes the “it’s a place where nature and neighbourhood are in perfect balance, with community trails, Georgian Bay on one side and the Niagara Escarpment on the other, the beauty of the natural landscape is simply amazing.”

In the heart of the community will be The Shed, a barn-inspired gathering place that will form the hub for residents to network, socialize and relax. Cold-and-hot-water outdoor pools are planned to further promote relaxed living.

The semis and detached homes differ from the look of Braestone units with more mountain-like colours and shades, Parker remarks.

But both will feature a trademark flourish for Georgian International developments: gas-powered lanterns.

“There’s a romantic feel, an ambiance, to lanterns that is special and not done by anyone else,” Parker says.

Buyers can select from well-appointed standard features or upgrade interior design packages that co-ordinate interior finishes, including flooring, cabinetry, countertops, lighting and other fixtures.

MOUNTAIN HOUSE

Plans are also underway to release the first units of the highly-anticipated Mountain House, adjacent to Windfall. The 230-unit Mountain House will be built in two-, three-, and four-story buildings. The terrace suites will boast a chalet-style and are complemented by a community building, a bike repair station, a sauna and relaxation room, hot and cold pools and an idyllic setting.

“We will be releasing our initial units this year and, like all our projects, the standard features — such as full, glass-walled showers and exterior gas lanterns — go above and beyond expectations,” says Parker.

Huddled close to Windfall and Mountain House are the historic areas of Collingwood, Blue Mountain Resort and Wasaga Beach, as all three regions are “remarkables” onto themselves.

Nearby activities include boating on Georgian Bay, fishing, snowboarding, ATV trail tours, water parks, golfing, sleigh rides and guided snowshoe hikes.

Georgian International is not just carving its own path in the real-estate business, which began in 1985. The diverse company’s divisions include Georgian Chevrolet Buick GMC and Air Georgian, which operates as an Air Canada Express partner where it carries upwards of one million passengers annually.

With Toronto home prices continuing to rise and other communities such as Hamilton seeing similar increases, you can imagine why some Ontarians might look at living in pastoral communities such as Georgian Bay or Oro-Medonte. To be closer to nature, and farther from the concrete jungles, can harken us back to a simpler time. And for a company like Georgian International, they want to give people that sense of a home ensconced among mountains, lakes, Christmas tree parks and skating ponds.

And if that isn’t being Canadian at its most grassroots, we don’t know what is.

GEORGIAN HOMES

Braestone

Located at 3288 Line 9 North, Oro-Medonte, the Discover Centre and Model Homes are open Monday to Friday from noon to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

705.727.5656
Braestone.ca

Windfall

Located at 104 Yellow Birch Crescent, Blue Mountains, the Sales Centre and Model Homes are open Monday to Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.

705.293-0954
WindfallAtBlue.com

Mountain House at Windfall

Go online to register for information.

MountainHouseWindfall.ca



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Stonebridge by the Bay

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Stonebridge by the Bay

A vacation-like lifestyle at Wasaga Beach

At Stonebridge by the Bay, the life you’ve always dreamed of is now within reach. In the latest phase of this master-planned development, you can walk to the beach, shops and services, as well as an extensive array of amenities from this Wasaga Beach location.

THOUGHTFUL FLOORPLANS

There’s no shortage of space in the generous floorplans now on offer. Only 13 loft townhomes are available in this limited release that range from 2,126 to 2,427 square feet. Choose from a selection of layouts that include the convenience of a main-floor master bedroom and ensuite. This option is ideal for those who prefer the comfort of single-level living, in addition to a spacious upper level for extended family and visitors.

Interior design elements include French doors and covered balconies, as well as the option for a gas fireplace and personal elevators on select plans. All models include a two-car garage, and a limited number of rear-lane homes are also available. Priced from the $480,000s, these stunning, three-level townhomes complement the beach-style architecture incorporated in the previous phases.

The newest release is situated in the heart of the established community of Stonebridge by the Bay, at the west end of Wasaga Beach. Natural scenery, and beautifully landscaped streetscapes make for a welcoming environment.

LIFE AT THE BEACH

New home purchases in Phase 6 enjoy unlimited access to the community’s Beach Club and Salt Water Pool. Within a leisurely stroll is Beach 1, which is one of the most popular stretches of Wasaga Beach – the longest fresh water beach in the world. Of course, there’s the beach-style shops, eateries and entertainment that are associated with this iconic stretch, but if you’re looking for a quieter spot, head to the east end where the beach meets the Nottawasaga River.

The Stonebridge community includes an extensive trail network, as well as plenty of green space, interspersed with more than 250 mature trees. Whether you choose to live at Stonebridge by the Bay as a permanent residence, or use it as a vacation destination, you’ll appreciate the attentive care and considerate inclusions that went into making this a sought-after development. Those who already live here say that they can’t imagine living anywhere else.

CONTACT INFORMATION

The Sales Office is located at 1 Sandy Coast Crescent in Wasaga Beach, and is open from noon to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and weekends.

(705) 422-0880 or 1-877-420-0880
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