The new enclave features 50 townhouse condominiums, steps from parks and the well-loved beaches of the East End. Situated at 17 Island Road in Port Union, residents will have fast access to Highway 401 and the Rouge Hill GO Station.
There are also plans afoot to incorporate a new neighbourhood parkette at the heart of the enclave as well as eco-friendly features such as on-site bike racks.
Easily one of the biggest local perks, the townhouse project is walking distance to the southern end of Rouge Park, which spans an astonishing 40 square kilometres and is home to two National Historic Sites as well as the city’s biggest wetland.
Perfect for families hoping to put down roots, the location is less than a ten minute drive from the Toronto Zoo and plenty of playgrounds and picnic areas too. Adams Park, known for its fun toboggan hills, splash pad and baseball diamond, is just down the street.
Along the lake, residents will enjoy Port Union Waterfront Park and miles upon miles of waterfront trials, perfect for afternoon strolls with your pup or early morning jogs.
The area is also home to a number of schools including the West Rouge Hill Junior Public School, Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute, Joseph Howe Senior Public School and Charlottetown Junior Public School. Other local amenities include the Port Union Library and the West Rouge Community Centre.
If you’re hoping to live near the lake, in a neighbourhood known for its green spaces, be sure to take advantage of this exclusive incentive soon. The project is already 65 per cent sold. For all the details, drop by the sales centre, situated at 17 Island Road, open Monday to Thursday from 1 to 7 pm and weekends and holidays from noon to 5 pm.
Towns start from the mid-$300,000s.
For more information contact 647 404 8712.