ModernManors_Exterior Coming soon to Jefferson Forest in Richmond Hill, Modern Manors will offer homebuyers a sophisticated collection of urban style townhomes within an established sought-after neighbourhood.

The brand new community by Ideal Developments boasts a contemporary collection of urban towns designed by award-winning architecture firm RN Design. The exteriors feature bold geometric designs, modern straight lines and clean and attractive facades accented by natural stone finishes. The designs also offer plenty of outdoor space for relaxing or entertaining including balconies, patios and spacious rooftop terraces in place of traditional peaked roofs.

Modern Manors offer a wide selection of floorplans to suit any lifestyle, from first-time homebuyers to baby boomers looking to downsize. Sophisticated interiors with bright sunny windows, spacious open-concept designs and upscale features and finishes are sure to impress.

Nestled on a parcel of land at Yonge and Jefferson Side Road, the 96 townhomes will be surrounded by natural beauty while being within close proximity to all the conveniences the established community offers.

Quiet tree-lined streets, pedestrian-friendly pathways and children’s playgrounds are just some of the neighbourhood features that await new homeowners. They’ll also benefit from an abundance of large green spaces including parks, pathways and golf courses such as Bathurst Glen, Summit Golf and Country Club and Maple Downs.

Families with children will have a great selection of nearby schools including Macleod’s Landing Public School, Father Frederick McGinn Catholic School and Richmond Hill High School.

The development is also close to a variety of restaurants and retail stores including Shoppers Drug Mart, Canadian Tire and Sobeys all within a five minute drive!

Sales at Jefferson Court start in the low $400,000s. Make sure to register online to receive the latest information.

For more information, register online or visit idealdevelopments.com.

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