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National Homes is bringing a new collection of elegant homes to an established community in Newmarket, making it the last available enclave of ravine lots in the neighbourhood.

Located at Bayview Avenue and Stonehaven Road, Stonehaven will boast oversized lots in the heart of an upscale neighbourhood. It was first recognized as a luxury community in 1989 thanks to the large estate homes that began popping up in the area.

The manor-style homes will sit on 35, 40 and 50 foot lots. Each detached home will also be decked out with quality features, like a gourmet kitchen, spa-inspired ensuite, hardwood flooring and walk-in closets. And let’s not forget about the family-sized backyard or the elegant brick and stone exteriors.

The developer is also known to keep buyers’ needs in mind at all times. After receiving feedback from potential purchasers, the National Homes team discovered that many residents prefer double-entrance doors, oversized kitchen islands and the option for a double-wall oven.

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In terms of the surrounding amenities, homeowners will always have a way to keep busy. Since Newmarket is in the hub of the York Region, the town offers urban amenities without the heavy traffic and bustling crowds of a large city.

Residents can stroll to The Magna Centre, a modern looking recreation complex that houses three NHL-sized ice rinks, a 25-metre community pool and a spacious gymnasium. If you’re in need of some major retail therapy, visit the Upper Canada Mall instead.

And that’s not the only shopping centre that will be at your fingertips. The Stonehaven community already contains its own retail space, adding an extra level of convenience to the area.

Commute on a daily basis? Highway 400 and 404 are minutes away, as is the GO Station.

It comes as no surprise then that Newmarket was rated one of the top ten places to live in Canada by MoneySense Magazine.

Prices for available homes start at $570,000.

For more information call 416 746 1234 or register online.

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