Just north of Newmarket, Ontario in the northern part of York Region lies the charming town of East Gwillimbury. The town is a designated future growth municipality under the Province of Ontario’s Places to Grow Act and its population is expected to reach over 86,000 by 2031.
Minto is one of the latest developers to enter the community with its highly anticipated master-planned Queen’s Landing development. Interest in Queen’s Landing has been building quickly as over 6,000 interested buyers have registered for the project since registration began earlier this year. In the fall, Queen’s Landing was receiving 30 to 50 registrations each day.
Located on the southeast corner of Concession Road 2 and Doane Road, Queen’s Landing will offer homebuyers the choice of townhomes or single family homes on 36’ and 43’ wide lots, including ravine lots. Ideal for families, the brick and stone clad homes will be surrounded by plenty of walking trails and parks. A future elementary school will also be part of the neighbourhood.
After almost 60 years in the industry, Minto has cultivated a reputation for building impeccably designed and well-thought out master-planned communities such as Avalon in Ottawa and the award-winning Kingmeadow project in Durham Region. In fact, many of the floor plans at Queen’s Landing are inspired by the most popular floor plans at Kingmeadow. Minto was also the recipient of the 2014 Ontario Home Builder’s Association Builder of the Year Award, so you know that you’re in good hands with this developer.
Not only will the homes themselves boast top-notch features and finishes, the distinctive architecture of the development will also make it a stand-out in the East Gwillimbury community.
Speaking of the community, the development’s location provides residents easy access to major highways and amenities, including the newly opened Highway 404 extension and the East Gwillimbury GO Train station. Shopping, dining, and entertainment are also nearby with the City of Newmarket located just 10 minutes away.
Sales are expected to launch in early 2015 and prices for homes at Queen’s Landing start from the low $300,000s.