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After the successful launch of Phase 1, Mikmada Homes is preparing the second phase of its sought-after Royal Valley community in Guelph. Consisting of a collection of detached singles and freehold townhomes, Royal Valley Phase 2 is poised to continue the success of its initial phase with thoughtfully-designed and well-appointed homes for all types of buyers. The development is expected to start sales in winter 2020 and is now accepting registrations, so be sure to register online for the latest information, VIP access, and pre-construction pricing prior to the grand opening.

Priced from $499,900, the homes at Royal Valley Phase 2 offer three- and four-bedroom floorplans ranging in size from 1,300 square feet for a two-storey freehold townhome up to 3,300 square feet for the largest single detached model. Designed to be spacious and functional, the interiors boast open-concept layouts with large living rooms, gourmet kitchens and dining rooms for entertaining.

Standard single detached lots range from 32 to 42 feet in width, however, home buyers will also have a selection of upgraded lots to choose from. Private treed lots will be available for townhome purchasers, while single detached homes offer court lots, premium greenspace lots, pie-shaped lots, and basements with walkouts for separate entrances.

Residents of Royal Valley Phase 2 will find themselves in a truly desirable location in south Guelph, close to amenities, bus routes and schools. From convenient supermarkets, including Zehrs and Longos, to charming cafes and restaurants like State & Main Kitchen & Bar and Kelseys, the area is dotted with everything you need. The University of Guelph is also nearby, in addition to several golf and country clubs. Within the community, the pedestrian-friendly streetscapes will feature plenty of trees and greenspace including walking trails and neighbourhood ponds.

To learn more about Royal Valley Phase 2, visit mikmadahomes.com to register.

For more information, please contact sales@mikmadahomes.com.

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