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Mayberry Hill is a low-rise master-planned community now selling in the town of Grand Valley in Dufferin County. The successful development by Thomasfield Homes is now in its third phase, which features a contemporary collection of single-family homes on 38-foot lots.

Known as “nature’s playground,” Grand Valley offers a tranquil lifestyle surrounded by lakes and forests. The town offers endless opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors with places like Luther Marsh and the Upper Grand Trailway, a 10.5-kilometre, four-season nature trail that follows the route of an old abandoned Canadian Pacific rail line. There’s also the winding Grand River that flows through the town, offering picturesque views and a variety of wildlife including over 2,000 species of birds.

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While nature is always at your doorstep, so too are Grand Valley’s local amenities. The town’s charming Main Street is within walking distance and features a variety of shops and services such as an LCBO, IFT Foodtown, Grand Valley Public Library and the Wrinkly Bear Brewing Company. Even more amenities are only minutes away in neighbourhood municipalities like Orangeville. Plus, with convenient access to major highways, cities like Alliston, Brampton and Guelph are all easily accessible.

Priced from the $800,000s, available homes offer thoughtfully-designed floorplans with plenty of space for growing families. Exteriors are clad in a mix of brick, vinyl siding and laminated shingles, combined with large windows and covered entryways.

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Inside, open-concept layouts are bright and airy and boast expansive great rooms, gourmet kitchens and generously-sized bedrooms. Standard finishes include hardwood floors in great rooms, nine-foot ceilings on the main floor, and 40-ounce carpeting on the second level. Kitchens come well-appointed with Paragon cabinets with soft-close drawers, a lazy susan in corner cabinets and five pot lights.

To learn more about Mayberry Hill Grand Valley Phase 3, be sure to register online today.

For more information, please call 519 766 5060.

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