Rosehaven Homes is preparing to release the next phase of its popular Tiffany Hill development in Ancaster later this month. Previous phases have sold out fast and the developer will be launching by appointment only, so prospective homebuyers are encouraged to register online for the best selection of lots, home designs and floorplans.

Ideally located at Garner Road and Raymond Road in Ancaster, Tiffany Hill is only minutes away from the historic downtown and scenic conservation areas like the 3,000-acre Dundas Valley. The well-established neighbourhood also offers a wealth of convenient amenities close at hand. Meadowlands Power Centre, for example, is just five minutes away and houses several major retailers including Sobeys, Homesense and Costco.


Have a golf enthusiast in the family? The Hamilton Golf and Country Club, designed by renowned English golf architect Harry Colt, is less than 10 minutes away. The popular golf course has hosted five Canadian Opens and boasts 27 holes, several dining establishments and an extensive collection of local wines from Niagara vintners in addition to a fine selection of new and old world wines.

From traditional freehold townhomes to single family homes on 40 and 45 foot lots, the collection of homes at Tiffany Hill offer something for all homebuyers. The townhomes range in size from 1,700 to 2,220 square feet and are available with traditional brick or French provincial-inspired architecture. Floorplans feature open concept layouts with bright living spaces, large bedrooms and spacious kitchens for entertaining.


Move-up buyers will appreciate the collection of detached homes, which range in size from 2,500 to 3,400 square feet. The homes are available in three distinct elevations to suit homebuyers’ tastes and style — contemporary, traditional brick and French provincial.

To learn more about Tiffany Hill and to be the first to hear about the upcoming release, make sure to register online today.

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