Phase one sold fast. Phase two sold faster. Phase three flew off the shelves. Now, only 10 of Heritance’s real family homes remain. You can count ‘em on two hands!
Maybe we should be surprised. Real estate was supposedly sluggish, after all. But what Heritance offers is so rare in today’s market that we knew it wouldn’t last long.
In the middle of picturesque Clayton, Heritance is all about homes to love for a lifetime. Grassy backyards and big, finished basements. Verandas and bright, open floor plans. Classic crown moulding, shaker cabinets and granite countertops. And each home is finished with the exceptional craftsmanship that’s become a Townline trademark.
If it sounds kind of old-fashioned, it is. These are the kind of homes-with-soul your grandparents cherished – with the kind of conveniences and big-city amenities modern homeowners can’t live without. Old-fashioned Craftsman-style charm. Old-fashioned quality. And old-fashioned pricing, too. They start at just $467,000. And because they’ll be built and ready to move into by June 2010, you won’t have to worry about HST.
Take advantage of the chance to build a legal basement suite and the affordability factor goes way, way up. Rent it out as a mortgage helper, set up a secure home for an aging parent, build your own home-based business, or just let the kids go wild in their own private little piece of heaven.
After all, you’ll be living out your own fantasy in the Heritance home of your dreams.
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When Wes and Lindsay Bauder received their keys in May, they moved in the very next day. That’s how excited these first-time buyers were to enjoy their beautiful new home at Heritance. With three children – Deliah, Katie and Lucas, aged five, four and two – the couple really wanted (and needed!) more space.
“It was just our luck that the market dipped,” says Lindsay, “because that was when we got an email from Heritance showing that the home we could never before afford was now affordable!” With their eldest ready to begin kindergarten and several family members already in the area, the timing and location were ideal. Now, Wes and Lindsay are enjoying their short stroll to their daughter’s school, Hazelgrove Elementary, and to nearby shops and services.
As for the house itself, their home at Heritance allows ample play room for the kids, yet provides plenty of quiet space, too. And it’s all within an attractive neighbourhood where pride of ownership is evident. “There will most likely be many more young families moving into this friendly, cozy area,” says Lindsay. “It’s a great place to raise kids.”