If sprawling greenspaces and twisting trails sound like home to you, then you won’t want to miss the chance to be a part of Kitchener’s newest family-friendly community, Wallaceton.

Created by the award-winning Fusion Homes, Wallaceton is a 160-acre master-planned community of crafted detached homes, picturesque parks and a vibrant commercial hub, all within quick commuting distance of downtown Kitchener. On Saturday, February 29th, a new release of lots will be made available for this budding neighbourhood near the intersection of Huron and Fischer-Hallman Road.

Drawing inspiration from the tradition and history of the land, Wallaceton is quickly becoming one of the city’s most unique communities. Family-sized homes are surrounded by an abundance of greenspace, including the future RBJ Schlegel Park, located just on the other side of Fischer-Hallman Road. Here, this is where neighbours and the community will gather to enjoy the outdoors, whether it be sharing a picnic, tossing a frisbee around or lounging out across the grass. When complete, the 42-acre park will host plenty of possibilities for outdoor activities, including two soccer fields, children’s play structures and paved pathways.

Families will delight in the convenient proximity to future and existing schools. Two new schools will be constructed right next to Wallaceton, meaning the kids can easily walk to class or come home for lunch. In the local area, public, Catholic and private elementary and high schools are also within a short commuting distance. Kitchener-Waterloo is known for some of the best colleges and universities in the country — Wallaceton brings you closer to the esteemed University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University and Conestoga College.

Flanked by farmland to the south, the northern parts of Wallaceton present handy access to shopping, easy travel and more. Head north and you’ll find all of the amenities you’ll need to complete everyday errands, including Sobeys, Petro-Canada, major banks, Walmart Supercentre and Canadian Tire. Within a few minutes’ drive, Sunrise Shopping Centre is also in reach. There, all of your retail needs are taken care of with the help of Winners, Mark’s, Old Navy and more.

If you’re looking to head farther afield, getting around has never been easier. Highway-8 is about a six-minute drive away, as is Highway-401 to the west of Wallaceton. In a 15-minute drive, you’ll arrive in bustling downtown Kitchener, where restaurants, public services and boutique shopping await. Kitchener also provides simple connections to VIA Rail and the local GO Train station. A walker’s paradise, the city is home to 220 parks and over 125 kilometres of community trails, in addition to Chicopee ski hill and the Grand River. The community’s annual nine-day Oktoberfest, held in October, is widely renowned and celebrated as ‘Canada’s Greatest Bavarian Festival.’

Curious buyers are invited to walk through the two on-site models and become inspired by the possibilities at Wallaceton, located at 23 Spachman Road in Kitchener. The presentation centre is open Monday to Wednesday from 1pm to 8pm, and on weekends between 11am and 6pm. For further questions, you can reach out to the sales team by calling 519 465 1546 or sending an email to wallaceton@fusionhomes.com.

To keep up-to-date on lot release details and to be invited to registrant-exclusive events, register today at fusionhomes.com/community/wallaceton/.

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