After selling out several phases, Landmart Homes has released the final phase of Escarpment Estates, its successful fully-detached community in Grimsby.

Nestled between Lake Ontario and the picturesque Niagara Escarpment, Grimsby offers the charm of a small town with all urban amenities of a big city. From shops and art galleries to recreational activities and conservation lands, residents of Escarpment Estates will have convenient access to all the local amenities the area has to offer. Its location on Main Street West, just east of Fifty Road near the QEW, also offers residents a quick and scenic drive to downtown Grimsby, Hamilton and Burlington.

With the launch of the last phase in the community, Landmart Homes has released a selection detached homes on 40 and 41 foot lots. The homes feature upgraded rear elevations with iron fenced backyards, cold cellars, three piece bathroom rough-ins the in the basement, beautiful vistas of the nearby escarpment and thoughtfully designed floor plans.

Take the 2,845 square foot Darnley for example. Walking through the covered porch and into the main entrance, residents are greeted with a grand, two-storey foyer that opens to the second floor. Down the hallway is a private den that can also be used as a study, while the adjacent dining room features a half wall that separates it from the great room.

Situated at the rear of the home is the gourmet kitchen complete with plenty of storage space, centre island, and a dinette with large garden doors that provide access to the backyard.

Upstairs, the spacious family-sized home features two large secondary bedrooms and an impressive master retreat boasting his and hers walk-in closets, sitting area and a luxurious four-piece ensuite with corner soaker tub.

Prices for remaining homes start from the mid $500,000s and many are available with quick 90-day closings. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this desirable community!

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