Queensville takes its name from the village it calls home, a corner of East Gwillimbury with acres of green space and nature trails. Located at Leslie Street and Queensville Side Road, the new community is coming together thanks to Aspen Ridge Homes, Countrywide Homes and Lakeview Homes.
Be sure to register to stay in the know about a project that promises to bring spacious homes to the idyllic location. The community is just ten minutes from Newmarket and Aurora, while Richmond Hill and Markham are just a half hour away. If you’re looking to travel to the big city, connections are even easier to Toronto thanks to the new exit from the recently expanded Highway 404.
However, the most exciting aspect is the fact that the region will see a whole new master-planned community take root. Queensville will feature 129-acres of green space for parks, playgrounds and schools. Understanding the importance of staying connected to the natural world, the developers are interweaving a network of cycling and walking paths, plus forested trails, ponds and streams, throughout the site.
The new community will also be focused on services with a Grand Town Centre within easy walking distance. The heart of the community will boast shops, restaurants and public squares. Queensville will also see a new community centre and library too!
A variety of styles are available at Queensville: detached houses on 45′ or 36′ lots, as well as limited-edition townhomes. If you’re looking for extra space to raise a family, the singles will feature an abundance of room with models spanning up to 3,000-square feet in size. Each of the houses come with a two-car garage and some plans feature up to five bedrooms. The residences are also designed with natural light in mind, making each space feel bright and airy.
If that’s the type of lifestyle that appeals to you, be sure to register to learn more and stay up-to-date on new intel as it becomes available.
The project is currently in pre-construction. Detached houses start from $489,990, while the towns start from the $300,000s.
For more information visit myqueensville.com