The prestigious town of Caledon offers the best of both country and city life. Surrounded by countryside attractions while also close to all the urban amenities and conveniences of nearby Brampton, residents have everything they need at their fingertips.
Lotus Pointe, Rosehaven’s collection of detached homes, is located in this desirable community. Nestled at the crossroads of Old School Road and Hurontario Street, the development is close to countless natural attractions such as the Niagara Escarpment, the Bruce Trail and the Forks of the Credit River.
In addition to these landmarks, the area is home to plenty of charming destinations such as wineries, antique markets and art galleries. Visit Spirit Tree Estate Cidery or Downey’s Farm Market for a day of wholesome, country fun.
Adding to its charm, Caledon is also one of Canada’s largest horse communities. The 2015 Pan Am Games held several horse-riding events at the facilities there, and horse-riding lessons for people of all ages are available.
Not only is the area full of things to do, but residents will also have easy access to Toronto via highways 10 and 410. Toronto Pearson International Airport is also just a short drive away, making vacations and family visits easier than ever.
The 153-unit development offers 36-foot detached home designs starting in the low $600,000s. Two or three-storey freehold towns are also available from the mid-$400,000s.
To find out more about Lotus Pointe, visit rosehavenhomes.com or visit the sales centre at 12891 Hurontario Street from Monday to Thursday from 1pm to 8pm or Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 6pm.