towns of don mills community Toronto suburbs are truly coming into their own, creating their own unique identities. Reurbanization has taken hold of Don Mills, invigorating the neighbourhood with shopping, dining and entertainment attractions — all within easy commuting distance of downtown. Understanding this newer, more modern mindset, The Towns of Don Mills is offering residents the chance to live both stylishly and efficiently.

towns of don mills kitchen The Winfield Residential development will include 63 units with two, three or four bedrooms. The interiors are characterized by nine foot ceilings, hardwood flooring on the main level, kitchen islands, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, stained oak stairs and glass shower doors. Select models feature rooftop terraces with cedar wood decks, electrical hookups for gas barbecues, six-foot privacy screens and sliding doors.

towns of don mills rooftop The community boasts underground parking and storage, architecturally controlled landscaping and a private outdoor amenity area with access for residents. Townhomes are priced from the mid $500,000s.

The area surrounding The Towns of Don Mills is dynamic, with schools, parks, grocery stores, big-box retailers, hospitals and services. The Shops at Don Mills are just a short drive or bus ride away — browse through Michael Kors, Anthropologie, Eddie Bauer, Banana Republic or Oak + Fort. Afterwards, grab a bite to eat at Bier Markt, P.F. Chang’s or Chipotle. Access to the Don Valley Parkway is down the road, and commuters can be downtown in less than 20 minutes. Or, opt to utilize TTC bus service and connect to Victoria Park or Lawrence East subway station.

There are only a few townhomes remaining, so potential buyers are encouraged to act fast. The Towns of Don Mills presentation centre is located at 1970 Park Avenue in North York. Hours are Monday to Wednesday from 1pm to 7pm and weekends from 11am to 5pm.

For more information, please call 416 443 8696 or email info@donmillstowns.com.

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