No one likes to feel boxed in. Luckily, Victoria Common breaks through the rigid constraints of home design with the unique “flexspace advantage.”
Losani Homes‘ collection of townhouses in Kitchener will be able to shape-shift to each individual homeowner’s needs.
While the majority of townhouses offer a single car garage, Victoria Common homes will have enough space for two vehicles to be parked in tandem or side-by-side.
Don’t need that second parking spot? That space won’t be wasted. It can be converted into an additional room such as a private office, gym, a games room, a hobby room or home theatre – whatever you need to help make the home truly yours.
“We offer 14 models but those blueprints are just the beginning. Because each offers a half dozen different options to customizing what would otherwise be a lonely and unglamorous area of the home,” says Fred Losani, president of the company.
Aside from the customizable layout, Losani will also offer a limited number of early-bird buyers a variety of SmartHome automation features. Perfect for the residents of “Canada’s technology triangle,” the upgrades include Control4 technology which will let you access everything from security, lighting, entertainment and climate systems via a touchscreen or tablet control.
The 220 townhouses will be part of an ambitious brownfield remediation plan at Margaret Avenue and Louisa Street, just off of King Street in downtown Kitchener. The community will also be planned with pedestrians in mind and will come equipped with one of the most advanced green energy systems in the country. Aside from a concert podium, splash pad and ice rink, the new neighbourhood will grounded in a central piazza with a clock tower that will surely be the focal point of the community.
For Phase I of Victoria Common, the 101 townhouses will be have two or three levels and range in size from 1,060 to 1,985-square feet. Prices start at $249,900.
For more information contact 519 585 0500.