Hear the words waterfront trails, sandy beaches and scenic cruise rides and you’ll probably picture a far-flung tropical destination. But you don’t have to jet off somewhere remote to experience this tranquil lifestyle.
Brennan Custom Homes is bringing a new cottage-inspired residential community to the Town of Gananoque, an area located in the heart of the Thousand Islands and on the shore of the St. Lawrence River. The town is just a 90-minute drive from Ottawa and two-and-a-half hour train ride from Toronto’s Union Station.
The new collection of waterfront properties, which is aptly named Riverstone Gananoque, is an adaptive re-use project. The developer plans to transform a stone and brick warehouse building that’s stood vacant for decades into 74 condo and townhomes that range from two to five storeys.
Aside from the smartly-designed residences, the up-and-coming community will also boast a new public park, fitness centre, waterfront walkway and 60 boat slips. It’s safe to say residents and visitors alike will spend most of their time outdoors.
Located in Gananoque’s Lowertown neighbourhood at Mill Street and Clarence Street, the new development will also be in close proximity to a number of charming shops, fine-dining restaurants, theatres and the renowned Ivy League Club.
Interested? Mark your calendars: the presentation centre will open its doors on June 20th, where residents can view the model showroom and learn more about the community.
Prices for available units range from the $400,000s to over $1 million and suites range in size from 950 to 3,000 square feet. Occupancy for phase one is slated for Summer 2016.
For more information call 416 972 1682 or register online.