HighlandCreek2

Highland Creek by Insoho Developments is celebrating another milestone as construction has now begun on the second phase of the sought-after development. The popular community of detached homes has been a success with prospective homebuyers looking for stately home designs, spacious interiors and an ideal location close to schools, golf courses, shopping, restaurants and public transit.

Located steps from Lawrence Avenue East in Scarborough, residents of Highland Creek benefit from convenient access to GO Transit, TTC at their doorstep, and major routes including Kingston Road and Highway 401 just minutes away. Other nearby amenities include The Toronto Public Library’s Morningside branch, the University of Toronto Scarborough campus, Centennial College and Highland Creek Park.

Priced from $999,000 to $1,265,000, the homes at Highland Creek 2 are set on their own private road with an affordable common element fee ensuring prompt snow removal and attractive, landscaped public areas. The exteriors boast stunning brick and stone facades while interiors feature gourmet kitchens with granite-topped islands and flush breakfast bars, light-filled breakfast rooms and expansive great rooms with cozy fireplaces.

Upstairs, the bedrooms are bright and spacious and feature luxurious master retreats with two walk-in closets and ensuites with double vanities and framed-glass showers. The homes also offer spacious basements with separate entrances, making them ideal for future nanny or in-law suites. Plus, for a limited time, these lower levels will be finished and included in the price — a value of $45,000. With the finished lower levels, each of the final four homes will have five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

The homes at Highland Creek 2 will be ready for occupancy in spring of 2020 and homebuyers can take advantage of a special 10 percent deposit offer for a limited time. Visit highlandcreek2.com to learn more.

For more information, please call 416 907 8185 to book an appointment.

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