Voted as the “Prettiest Little Town in Canada” by Harrowsmith Magazine, Paris is one of southern Ontario’s hidden gems. The picturesque town is situated where the Nith and Grand River meet. It is surrounded by lush Carolinian foliage, dotted with charming historic buildings and packed with modern amenities. Prospective homebuyers looking to call Paris home will soon have a new opportunity to purchase a new townhome or detached home with the launch of Arlington Meadows Phase III this Saturday, April 28th and Sunday, April 29th.

The latest phase of the master planned community is by Carnaby Homes and consists of an exquisite collection of executive single homes on 40′, 50′, 54′ and 60′ lots. Exteriors boast beautiful elevations characterized by brick and stone facades, large windows and inviting entranceways. The family-friendly development is walking distance to two elementary schools and also offers homes with walk-out basements and premium lots that back onto a pond surrounded by lush greenery.

Interior spaces are bright and airy with open-concept layouts that are perfect for entertaining friends and family. Each layout has been carefully designed to be functional and provide today’s modern families the living areas and private spaces they need. Features reflect Carnaby Homes’ heritage as a custom homebuilder and offer premium finishes that exceed the typical builder basics giving homebuyers the experience of a custom home without having to spend a fortune on upgrades.

Residents of Arlington Meadows Phase III will be within proximity to a wide array of local amenities, including award-winning restaurants, cafes and boutique shops. From world class golf courses to winding nature and cycling trails, the area offers an abundance of activities for the entire family to enjoy. And with easy access to Highway 403, the town is just over a half hour drive from the Waterloo Region, including Kitchener, Cambridge and Hamilton.

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