A town that grows up around a central purpose is a rare thing. For homebuyers hoping to put down roots in a place where the shape of the community makes sense, where they can walk to shops and cafes and green spaces are immediately in reach, Queensville promises to be an enticing new option.

Aspen Ridge HomesCountrywide Homes and Lakeview Homes have embarked on an exciting project: build a community from the ground up that will have everything residents could hope for.

Situated at Leslie Street and Queensville Side Road in East Gwillimbury, the community will be home to an array of single detached homes and townhouses.

One of the first neighbourhoods to be realized in Queensville will be Cedarland, named for the trees of the area. Each subsequent part of the community will be planned out with care. Other neighbourhoods include Waterview, home to a variety of ponds and streams, and Forestside, a district with plenty of wooded trails and green spaces.

There’s plenty more to choose from, whether you want to live along Leslie Street in The Village neighbourhood, or close to the open spaces of Greenfield along the Queensville Sideroad.

There are currently several proposed elementary and secondary schools in the community, ensuring students will be able to walk to and from school within their community. Other perks planned include a community centre, library and a wealth of bike trails, walking paths and multi-purpose trails connecting one neighbourhood to the next.

The town centre will be an integral part of this master-planned community. It’ll be home to shops, restaurants, cafes and public squares for socializing with friends and neighbours.

Want to learn more about this idyllic vision for community living? Be sure to register to stay up to date on all the details as they become available. Sales are expected to start in early 2015. Detached homes will start from $489,990 and a limited collection of towns from the high $300,000s.

For more information visit myqueensville.com.

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