Royalton Homes has made a name for itself in Southern Georgian Bay after building new communities in the area for over two decades. The boutique developer prides itself on providing a personal approach to meeting the needs of today’s homebuyers, and offering the quality homes that they desire. Royalton is sure to impress homebuyers with its latest residential project, Aquavil, which features a beautiful collection of modern homes with stunning views of Georgian Bay and the Blue Mountains.


Situated in Craigleith, just west of Collingwood, Aquavil is a waterside community with 1,100 feet of picturesque, sandy beachfront. Designed to become a sought-after resort-style community, the vision for Aquavil includes nature trails, lush gardens and a wealth of amenities. Residents will have access to an AquaClub, a private recreational complex complete with fitness facilities, indoor/outdoor pool, hot tub and sports court. Also within the community is AquaSquare, which will be home to a mix of shops, services and restaurants.


Prospective homebuyers will have a wide variety of options to choose from, featuring efficient layouts and modern architecture. The master plan offers approximately 235 suites, including spacious beachfront condominiums, townhomes that overlook the Blue Mountains, and semi-detached residences surrounded by nature.


Exteriors feature a harmonious palette of white and grey cladding, accented with warm wood detailing. Condo units boast glass balconies, while towns and semi-detached homes feature flat roofs, corner windows and garages. Some homes also offer private rooftops with sweeping water and mountain views.


The clean lines and contemporary aesthetic are echoed indoors where open-concept layouts sport bright and spacious living areas, gourmet kitchens and luxurious bathrooms. They’re also well-appointed with upgraded finishes and materials, and thoughtfully-designed with style and functionality in mind.

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