castles of king city neighbourhood Estate properties inspired by European castles and chateaus — it’s not a fairytale, it’s The Castles of King City. In early May, the Zancor Homes development launched their final release of three and four bedroom homes. Situated on 42’ and 50’ lots, the detached bungalow and two-storey homes are priced from $1,200,000.

Located at Dufferin Street and King Vaughan Road, the private enclave offers numerous floorplan and elevation options. Streetscapes are expertly groomed, with wide sidewalks and lush greenery. The Castles’ interior features include covered porches, balconies, porticos, spacious garages, Carriage style doors, 10’ ceilings on the main floor, oak veneer stairs, walk-in closets, granite kitchen countertops, freestanding soaker tubs, frameless glass showers and pre-engineered hardwood flooring. The homes range from 1,855 to 5,100 square feet.

bathroom castles of king city The Hadleigh is a three to four bedroom bungalow with an L-shaped kitchen, spacious wardrobe and separate den. Potential buyers can choose to add a full or partial loft. The Versailles is a regal four bedroom, four bathroom home with a curved staircase, coffered ceilings, terrace off the master bedroom and bay windows. The Manor is the largest floorplan, also featuring four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The interiors are characterized by a walk-in pantry, social pub, library, his and hers dressing rooms and a two-sided fireplace.

rendering castles of king city The Castles of King City is just down the road from the attractions along King Street, including restaurants, schools, services, parks and an arena. For those who commute into Toronto, The King City GO station is a five minute drive away. Vaughan and Richmond Hill are easily accessible, as are highways 400 and 407.

Visit The Castles of King City sales office at 39 Sim Hill Crescent in King City (Lot 51), open Monday to Thursday noon to 7pm and on weekends and holidays from 11am to 6pm.

For more information, please call 905 539 1055 or email

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