Those on the hunt for a new single-family detached home in Kitchener’s Grand River neighbourhood are in luck. Explorers Walk by Fusion Homes is set to deliver a new release of six 36’ lots and six 40’ lots on Saturday, February 3rd. The launch will take place at the Explorers Walk sales centre, located at 177 Eden Oak Trail in Kitchener.

Priced from the low-$600,000s, these beautifully crafted detached homes are a short walk from the banks of the Grand River. The Stanley Park Conservation Area is only a 10 minute drive from the master-planned community, featuring walking and biking trails, a playground, community centre and plenty of opportunities for wildlife spotting.

The 36’ detached homes at Explorers Walk include four bedrooms and up to 2,700 square feet of living space. Interiors are defined by California ceilings, premium carpeting, Mirage stained oak/maple flooring in the great room, and rough-ins for a future three-piece bathroom in the basement. The gourmet kitchens boast granite or quartz countertops, custom cabinetry, corner piano hinge cabinets, Decora Collection ceramic or porcelain floor tiles, Moen plumbing fixtures and an upgraded range hood fan.

Growing families will appreciate the spacious 40’ models, with three to four bedrooms and up to 2,760 square feet. Complete with soaring nine-foot ceilings on the main floors, 4” baseboards with 2 ¾” casing throughout, and space-saving configurations for walk-in closets, the homes are both elegant and functional. The spa-like bathrooms include luxurious soaker tubs, Decora Collection ceramic or porcelain tile shower surrounds (as per plan), Moen plumbing fixtures and vanities in all powder rooms (as per plan).

Explorers Walk is a lively community of single-family detached homes and freehold townhomes. Featuring pedestrian friendly streetscapes and future parks, it’s a family-oriented development where kids can ride their bikes and dog owners can take Fido for a stroll. There are nearby schools, grocery stores, big-box retailers, restaurants, ice rinks and golf courses. Outdoor activities abound in the Kitchener-Waterloo area, including kayaking, hiking, fishing, biking, running and skiing. Major highways are within a short drive of Explorers Walk, making for a hassle-free commute.

Be sure to register online to receive important information about the new release on Saturday, February 3rd.

For more information, please visit or call 519 496 7689.

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