BrushwoodOnBathurst_Exterior1 Now open in picturesque Richmond Hill, Brushwood on Bathurst by Countrywide Homes offers a wide selection of beautifully designed townhomes and semi-detached homes on 22 and 26 foot lots.

Located on Bathurst Street and Puccini Drive, Brushwood on Bathurst is a master-planned, 48 unit community complete with a landscaped parkette, entry gate and architecturally inspired streetscapes.

The homes at Brushwood on Bathurst are characterized by traditional Italian and French architecture with brick, stone, stucco and architectural board accents. Exterior elevations also feature decorative black aluminium railings, elegant coach lights, and decorative carriage style garage doors.

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Interiors feature nine foot ceilings, natural gas fireplaces, hardwood floors in living areas, and ceramic tile in foyers, kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms. Kitchens also come well appointed with standard granite countertops, maple or oak cabinets, and pot and pan drawers.

The development is surrounded by numerous shops and services, and is close to high ranking public, private, and catholic schools.

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Take a  short drive over to Yonge Street and you’ll find a selection of dining options like Sarpa Trattoria, Fellini’s Italian Eatery and Ming’s Garden Restaurant. Convenient big box stores like Canadian Tire and Loblaws are also located nearby.

Those who need to venture a little farther won’t have any problems with highways 400, 404 and King City GO Station just a short distance away.

If you’re a golf enthusiast you’ll love the development’s proximity to several golf courses and country clubs. These include Maple Downs Golf and Country Club, Summit Golf and Country Club, and Bathurst Glen Golf Course — a three minute drive away.

The homes at Brushwood on Bathurst are priced from the low $600,000s and range in size from 1,599 square feet to 2,697 square feet.

For more information, please call 289 234 0705 or email brushwoodsales@countrywidehomes.ca.

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