July 27, 2010
Everyone loves BBQs. And, the people of Mississauga are no exception. Fifty people turned out for the HUSH Homes groundbreaking BBQ at Schoolhouse Vale [map] held this weekend. That’s 37 more people than they have homes!
The event, which ran from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., started with Mr. Suleman and local councillor George Carlson driving the traditional shovel into the ground to break the sod. Then the party began. The adults enjoyed a gourmet BBQ, while the kids ate what they probably preferred– hot dogs, burgers and fries. Oh my!
Schoolhouse Vale is situated at Old Derry Road and Second Line West and is immediately adjacent to the Century homes of Old Meadowvale, one of the GTA’s oldest communities and the first designated heritage site in Ontario.
There are 13 Victorian homes and 9 are already sold! And they’re all unique snowflakes. No two homes are alike (no cookie cutter suburban sprawl here). Plus, their lot sizes start at 60′ which is pretty big. So if you’re into wide backyards, check ’em out.
Of those that remain unsold the smallest is 3,500 square feet and sells for $1.43 million. The largest is a full 5,000 square feet and sells for $1.8 million. Other homes at Schoolhouse Vale range in size up to 6,000 square feet.
Schoolhouse Vale is one of two new neighbourhoods HUSH is creating in Meadowvale.
Silverthorn Mill [map] is just to the South. Its style is derived from the French country. As with Schoolhouse Vale’s Victorian inspired homes, no two designs in this neighbourhood are the same.
At Silverthorn Mill, homes start at 2,850 square feet and range upward to 4,000 square feet with 60 to 90 foot frontages. Prices begin just under the million dollar mark.
All homes in both enclaves come with individual landscaping plans created by MBTW Landscape Architects and feature mature trees and cobblestone paths.
The Premier Show Home is located at 6920 Second Line West in Old Meadowvale, and is open for viewing by appointment only.