Tucked away in a green corner of Newmarket, Woodland Hills has been a hit from the get-go, attracting plenty of buyers at its grand opening and maintaining its popularity since the launch.

The Countrywide Homes project, located on the east side of Bathurst just north of Davis Drive, is set amidst rolling hills and conservation lands.

It also has a lot going for it. The spacious residences are all “Energy Star” compliant and the new community has upped its eco-friendly credibility by taking part in local initiatives like the Trail Program, which connects neighbourhoods to each other via walking trails and community parks.

The enclave is even steps from a conservation area and sustainable playground at Gilpin Drive and Woodspring Avenue. The Environmental Park features playground equipment that replicates natural patterns found in the forest, a large pavilion amphitheatre, a 10-metre tall residential windmill and solar-powered lighting.

There are also a number of schools, golf courses and shops nearby, making both everyday errands and weekend activities all the more convenient.

If that sounds like a community you want your family to be a part of, be sure to head to the sales centre on Saturday June 14th. Countrywide Homes will release 36’, 45’ and 25’ traditional towns. Located at 18001 Bathurst St., the sales centre is open from 11am to 6pm on weekends and 1pm to 8pm from Monday to Thursday (or Friday by appointment only).

Homes range in size from 1,761 to 3,348-square feet and start from the mid $400,000s.

For more information customercare@countrywidehomes.ca or 905 235 1199.

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