Located on the southern end of Liverpool Road, just steps from the shores of Lake Ontario, Frenchman’s Bay is a new low-rise community by Toronto-based developer Madison Group. The master-planned community will consist of an exclusive collection of contemporary townhomes and detached singles nestled within an established, family-friendly neighbourhood.


Characterized by stone, brick and stucco, the homes’ exterior architecture boasts a sophisticated and distinctly modern aesthetic. Sleek front doors, garages and oversized windows add the finishing touches and ensure a welcoming and cohesive streetscape.


Inside, the homes offer spacious, open concept floorplans with the latest in designer features and finishes. The townhomes are available in two distinct collections with conventional Street Towns ranging in size from 1,910 square feet to 2,155 square feet and Rear Lane Towns from 2,172 square feet to 2,215 square feet. All offer private single car garages at grade and generous three- or four-bedroom layouts on three levels.


Prospective homebuyers who are looking for more space can choose from one of the detached single family home designs. At approximately 2,700 square feet, the collection of detached homes are ideal for growing families and feature four bedrooms, three and a half baths and double car garages.


Residents of Frenchman’s Bay will benefit from an amenity-rich community with plenty of local shops, services and cafes. Steps from your front door is the revitalized public park with a playground, basketball court, seating areas and a walking trail. Head south along Liverpool Road and you’ll quickly reach Frenchman’s Bay, with its winding nature trails, elevated boardwalk and a 200 slip marina. The area is also dotted with boutique shops and fine dining establishments including the popular Port Bar & Dining Room. At the southern tip of the road is Millennium Square, a public square where you can often enjoy open-air concerts and other activities in the summer — all while taking in the refreshing lake breeze.


Even more amenities are located north of the community next to Highway 401 at the Pickering Town Centre. The one-million-square-foot regional shopping centre houses over 200 retailers, restaurants and services. Plus, an enclosed pedestrian bridge provides a direct connection to the Pickering GO Station, a major transit hub, with all day train service on the Lakeshore East line. Other nearby amenities include Pickering’s Main Central Library, City Hall and Recreational Complex.

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this exciting lakeside community. Be sure to register online at to be the first to hear about the upcoming grand opening!

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