With detached home supply low in Southern Ontario, NOC Development is offering househunters are rare opportunity.
While home values have been soaring in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Windsor remains affordable. Prices at Central Park are no exception, and start in the low $500,000, roughly half the GTA average as of last month.
Yet Windsor, with its population of more than 200,000, doesn’t lack urban conveniences. It’s located in a busy trade corridor, just across the river from Detroit, and is a thriving business and manufacturing centre.
It’s also host to shoreside trails, waterfront parkland and even award-winning golf courses, all of which future residents of Central Park will be able to take advantage of.
The Central Park community will line a quiet cul-de-sac that’s a quick drive from grocery stores, including Metro and Sobeys, and a stroll to restaurants, cafes and the local YMCA.
These homes sit on large lots ranging from 38 to 48 feet, and are spacious dwellings, starting at 1,890 square feet up to 3,000. Large bedrooms, open-concept kitchens and spacious family and dining rooms are defining features of this collection of exclusive residences.
For more information, visit nocdevelopment.com to register.