berkshire abbey-compressed The wait is over — the much-anticipated final phase at Kingmeadow in North Oshawa is set to launch this fall. Berkshire Abbey at Kingmeadow will see the addition of Stacked Saddle Towns, including one and two bedroom flats, as well as two and three bedroom two-storey homes. Located at the corner of Simcoe Street and Winchester Road, the Minto master-planned community provides easy access to Highways 401 and 407.

Kingmeadow features over 1,000 single-family homes and townhomes, and is in proximity of schools, parks, ice rinks, playing fields, golf courses, coffee shops, restaurants and more. The University of Ontario Institute of Technology is just down the road, while the Cedar Valley Conservation Area is a mere four minute drive away — offering an extensive trail system, sandy beach, picnic areas and a winding creek that beckons to explored by canoe or kayak.

North Oshawa is just east of Whitby and Brooklin, and it takes only 45 minutes to commute to downtown Toronto. For those who prefer to take transit, the Oshawa GO Station is a 15 minute drive away. Berkshire Abbey at Kingmeadow’s Stacked Saddle Townhomes will boast numerous green building features, such as low VOC paints, improved air circulation, ultra high efficiency toilets and individual water, gas and hydro metering.

Sign up today to receive exclusive updates on Berkshire Abbey and information about the upcoming preview event. Once it opens later this month, the sales centre will be located at 2361 Simcoe Street North in Oshawa.

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