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Unless you live in mid-town Toronto, you might not be aware that the city isn’t entirely pancake-flat. We recently headed up to Keele and Eglinton to check out the neighbourhood of Silverthorn Heights, a new enclaves of freehold houses, and were thoroughly charmed by the rolling hills, dips and twists that characterize the streetscape.

When you live at theĀ Icon Homes‘ project on Ypres Road, the city unfolds around you. On a clear day, you can even see the curves of the Marilyn Monroe towers on the western horizon. To the south, you’ll be able to spy the city centre, which will be just a quick commute away once the Eglinton LRT line is complete.

Here are a few pictures of the neighbourhood immediately surrounding Silverthorn Heights:

Eglinton West

When you call Silverthorn Heights home, you’ll live on a gently sloping street that connects right to Keele Street.

Eglinton and Keele

The project site has been cleared of the former school that once stood at the corner of Ypres Road and Kane Avenue. As you can tell, it’s a quiet, residential area.

Silverthorn Heights

Looking south towards the city. There’s also a school and space close by.

Eglinton West

Kane Road is home to low-rise homes.

eglinton west

Eglinton Avenue is just a quick walk away!

Available homes start in the mid-$500,000s and range in size fromĀ 1,796 to 3,730 square feet.

For more information contact 647 352 7290 or info@iconhomes.com.

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