Nestled within a private residential enclave in Richmond Hill, The Avenue is a limited collection of 18 modernist-inspired townhomes by established homebuilder ELM Developments. This exclusive release of homes features contemporary styling and up to 2,185 square feet of functional living spaces.

Located within walking distance of a school, daycare, cinema, high-end shopping centre and a community centre, The Avenue is well-suited to couples and families alike. Adjacent to the community is a private landscaped parkette that’s perfect for sitting and relaxing. Across the street is an extensive network of parks that feature multi-use trails, an off-leash dog area, multiple playgrounds, sport courts and fields, plus a splash pad and community pool.

The townhomes reflect a modernist aesthetic with striking horizontal and vertical lines. Black-framed windows and entry doors create a dramatic effect, while a mix of stone, brick, stucco and concrete cladding adds visual interest. The elegant interiors feature 10-foot main floor ceilings and highlights such as kitchens with walk-through serveries, elongated islands with quartz countertops and breakfast bars, and secluded studies. Sumptuous master ensuites feature walk-in closets and spa-inspired bathrooms with glass shower and double sink vanities.

Situated at Avenue and Carrville Road in Richmond Hill, The Avenue is minutes from grocery stores, pharmacies, a health centre, the Richmond Hill Golf Course and the Wave Pool. The Hillcrest Mall is also nearby, home to retailers as Sporting Life, Sephora, HomeSense, Marshalls and Hudson’s Bay. Access to Highway 407 is just around the corner, and there are numerous public transit options that service the area.

For a limited time, prospective buyers can take advantage of preconstruction pricing from just over $1 million. The Avenue will be ready for occupancy by Fall 2019.

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