Now under construction in the historic community of Mount Albert within the town of East Gwillimbury is Victoria Highlands by Averton Homes. Located a short distance away from Markham, Newmarket and Stouffville, Victoria Highlands offers residents the small town charm and value, with all the big city conveniences close at hand.

Originally a farming community, the history of Mount Albert dates back to the early 1800s when it was founded by the Quakers. Today, Mount Albert has a population of about 4,200 and is still surrounded by lush agricultural and conservation lands. Its downtown area has a number of local shops, restaurants, and services, including the Mount Albert Community Centre, Foodland supermarket and the Royal Canadian Legion.


Averton’s collection of homes on 33 and 40 foot lots offers potential homebuyers a wide selection of beautiful bungalow and two­-storey floor plans. Ranging in size from 1,530 square feet to 3,342 square feet, the homes at Victoria Highlands feature full brick facades, nine foot ceilings on main floors, oak cabinetry and imported ceramic tile flooring.

Averton is also currently offering a $5,000 bonus in upgrades on 33 foot lot homes and $10,000 on 40 foot lot homes.



There are two model homes available to view at the Victoria Highlands presentation centre. The first is the 2,615 square foot Kelly model. This spacious four bedroom features a large family room with cozy fireplace, curved staircase finished in stained oak veneer with iron pickets and a chef­-inspired kitchen with imported Euro-­style cabinetry and upgraded backsplash.


Next door is the 2,788 square foot, four bedroom Reeve model. This elegantly designed model home features a large gourmet kitchen with two­-tone cabinetry, upgraded stone backsplash, and a spa-­inspired master ensuite with glass shower and marble mosaic accents.

To view these beautiful model homes­­ — and take advantage of the upgrade bonus­­ — visit the sales centre located at 9103 Highway 48 in Mount Albert.

For more information on Victoria Highlands, please call 416 924 0110.

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