After hosting a successful preview event for pre-registrants earlier this summer, the first release at Spring Valley Junction is already over 40 per cent sold. Although the official grand opening is scheduled for the fall, prospective home buyers are welcome to visit the sales office for a sneak peek and early opportunity to purchase a home.


Situated on Chinguacousy Drive and Flowertown Avenue, Lindvest’s new community marks a return to the developer’s roots in Brampton after over 30 years. The project is ideally located within existing residential neighbourhoods and is close to schools, parks, big box stores and public transportation.

Also nearby are several recreational facilities including the Cassie Campbell Community Centre, Lionhead Golf and Conference Centre and the Mount Pleasant branch of the Brampton Public Library.

Spring Valley Junction will consist of a collection of traditional and contemporary-style detached models on 38 and 41 foot lots. The homes feature double car garages, side door entrances and a mix of traditional and contemporary architectural elevations with elegant brick and stone detailing.


Inside, homebuyers will be impressed with spacious, airy, open concept designs that feature generous windows, high ceilings and cozy gas fireplaces.

Adding even more value, the homes at Spring Valley Junction are equipped with the latest in home technology. Smart thermostats can automatically adjust the climate based on the homeowners schedule and can even be controlled by smartphone. Energy efficient LED light bulbs are also standard in place of traditional incandescent bulbs.


The stylish new sales office is located at 12 Daviselm Drive and has been modelled after the award winning presentation centre at Aurora Glen. Make sure to register online and drop by for a visit to get a first glimpse at the designs, finishes, and floorplans.

Sales at Spring Valley Junction start in the mid $600,000s.

For more information, register online, call 905 457 6464, or email svj@lindvest.com.

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