A tight-knit community is a must-have for many home owners looking for that perfect place to live. Gibson Heights, a new enclave of houses and townhomes coming to Thorold, makes the dream of growing a family in a friendly corner of Southern Ontario a reality.
In a city with a population of just under 18,000 people, it’s easy to know your neighbours. A charming community close to the historic sites along the Welland Canal, the natural beauty of the Niagara Escarpment as well as St. Catharines and Brock University, Rosehaven Homes is well aware of the little city’s big potential.
But you’d better act fast if you want to call the community home. There are just two 45’ lots and 36’ detached models remaining. Other properties available include the attached singles and townhomes (the models are also up for sale).
If you choose one of the model homes, you’ll be able to move in as early as this summer. Inventory homes currently under construction have a fall move-in date. If you’d prefer to have one of the designs built from scratch, you won’t have to wait much longer with move-ins scheduled around Christmas.
Right now, the builder has an incentive program that makes choosing your neighbours very rewarding. When you buy a townhome or semi-detached residence at Gibson Heights, be sure to introduce a friend or family member to a Rosehaven sales representative. If they also purchase a Rosehaven home, you each receive $1,000 upon closing.
It’s a win-win situation. But there are other benefits that come along with calling the Thorold project home, namely all options you’ll have to choose from. No matter the property type or lot size you have your heart set on, there are plenty of models to meet your needs. The homes will all be well-appointed, ranging from 1,162 to 3,015 square feet in size.
Want to learn more about the incentive or the wealth of property options? Drop by the sales centre at 3 White Ash Rd., Monday to Wednesday from 2pm to 7pm or weekends from noon to 6pm.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 905 680 7239.