Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac within an established neighbourhood in Georgetown, Eaton Street consists of a limited collection of six single-family homes on premium lots. The infill residential project by Di Blasio Homes marks the developer’s first foray into Georgetown before it launches future developments in the Halton Hills community. To learn more about the development and gain priority status, be sure to register online at


The homes elegantly blend with the existing neighbourhood, featuring exteriors clad in stone and brick and accented with Prairie-style windows. Extra large lots are 150-feet deep giving residents plenty of outdoor space. Driveways can easily accommodate four cars, while backyards are large enough for a swimming pool, patio and garden, or even a backyard skating rink in the winter.


Inside, available homes range in size from 3,564 to 3,647 square feet and feature modernized floorplans with up to five bedrooms. Standard features and finishes include 10-foot main floor ceilings, imported ceramic tile, and wide-plank prefinished hardwood floors in main living areas. In the kitchen, homebuyers can choose from a wide selection of cabinet styles and colours, granite or quartz countertops, and ceramic backsplashes.


Each open-concept layout boasts a gourmet kitchen with an island, functional storage nooks in the garage, a convenient mudrooms and upstairs laundry room. Master bedrooms are designed for rest and relaxation with beautiful ensuites and expansive walk-in closets. Plus, each home is built to Energy Star specifications with a high-efficiency gas furnace, heat recovery ventilators for improved air quality, and upgraded insulation. As a result, the homes will be up to 20 percent more energy efficient than homes built to the standard building code.


Di Blasio Homes plans to release pricing information and launch sales this spring. Prospective homebuyers can visit the sales office at 6628 Rothschild Trail in Mississauga to learn more.

For more information, call 905 565 9844 or email

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