The new townhome neighbourhood offers 54 spacious-yet-affordable homes just a 15-minute drive from the Queen Elizabeth Way, which links the surrounding area to Toronto making daily commutes convenient.
St. Martin Catholic Elementary School is right across the street from the enclave, which is part of the Streamside on the Twenty community, and downtown Smithville is just a stone’s throw away.
Prices for Stepping Stones’ family-friendly townhomes begin from the mid-$400,000s, and the community offers a selection of walk-out, look-out and chase lots. The homes themselves feature three bedrooms and two full bathrooms plus a powder room.
Smithville, sometimes called “The Hub of the Niagara,” marks the midway point between booming Hamilton and Niagara Falls. It’s traced with creeks and quiet side streets, but offers all the essential amenities, from the local Foodland, Home Hardware and Rexall, to banks and restaurants.
The former policy village turned largest West Lincoln township is also the site of the annual PoultryFest Niagara festival, now in its 17th year and a nod to the area’s agrarian roots which still live on today.
For more information about this new community, visit the Stepping Stones page on the Phelps Homes website.