settlerscreek_rendering For house-hunters looking to live in the scenic town of Orangeville, there’s one last chance to be a part of Settler’s Creek. The final phase of the 800-home community is made up of just 33 lots, ranging in size from 40-feet, 50-feet and 60-feet. Since its launch late last year, 11 homes have already sold.

Because there are no further phases or building plans for the new enclave, if you purchase one of these spacious homes, you won’t have to deal with any of these inconveniences that come with extra construction activity in your neighbourhood.

Sunvale Homes has also recently opened up two furnished and decorated model homes so would-be buyers can get a glimpse of the life that awaits them. Five new floorplans have also launched with this final phase, giving you more options to choose from when finding the home that fits your needs.

But some of the best parts of calling Settler’s Creek home are in the area surrounding the enclave. Growing families will appreciate the proximity to Orangeville’s newest elementary school, Spencer Avenue Elementary School. Located just a 200-metre walk away, the brand new facility will make dropping off your kids at school ultra-convenient once classes start in September.

It’ll be easy to stay active too. Next door to the school, the Princess of Wales Park will come equipped with soccer fields and a full-size baseball diamond. If you prefer to explore the natural world, Settler’s Creek is also surrounded by 30-acres of wetlands, open space and recreational trails.

Situated in southwest Orangeville, commuting to employment areas south of the town will be a breeze thanks to the upgraded extension of Highway 410 and the Riddell Road Orangeville bypass road.

If you’re looking to have your own corner of Orangeville ASAP, Sunvale Homes even has two inventory homes in Settler’s Creek for anyone looking for an express closing.

Residences range from 1,363 to 2,410 square feet and start from $394,900.

For more information contact sunvalehomes.com.

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