Briar Hill Exterior 1-compressed The New Year has just begun, but time is running out for those hoping to purchase a one or two-storey townhome in Madison Homes’ latest community. Briar Hill City Towns is now 80 per cent sold, with only a handful of units remaining. Priced from the $400,000s, this is a rare opportunity for Torontonians to own a home with easy access to transit, amenities and Highway 401.

Six, four-storey buildings will be centered around elegantly landscaped courtyards and walkways. The towns, which range from 709 to 1,615 square feet, are clad in brick, stucco and large windows — select floorplans even offer expansive rooftop terraces.

Briar Hill Rooftop 2-compressed Interiors are distinguished by smooth nine foot ceilings in principal rooms, laminate flooring, flat-slab cabinets with extended uppers, ceramic tile backsplashes, stainless steel appliance packages, soaker tubs and/or framed glass showers (as per plan).

Briar Hill City Towns will feature an amenity area with a multi-purpose party room, kitchenette, office and access to an outdoor patio. There’s underground parking, private storage and designated areas for bicycle parking. The community is also adjacent to a public park.

Located at the corner of Dufferin and Briar Hill Avenue, the development boasts a walk score of 87 and a transit score of 82. The Glencairn subway station is just a few minutes away, and when the Eglinton Crosstown line opens in 2022, residents’ transit options will improve even further. Plus, the onramp to Highway 401 is just down the road.

Briar Hill Courtyard-compressed There is a wealth of nearby urban amenities, including the Yorkdale Shopping Centre, restaurants, cafes, grocery stores and banks. Outdoor enthusiasts will be able to take advantage of the York Beltline Trail, which is open to cyclists and walkers and extends for nine kilometers.

Visit the Briar Hill City Towns sales centre at 2 Wingold Avenue in Toronto. Opening hours are Monday to Thursday from noon to 7pm and on weekends and holidays from 11am to 6pm.

For more information, please call 647 351 2055 or email

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