When Rosehaven Homes started building affordable luxury homes we gave ourselves a mandate:
To build homes that made families feel happy, comfortable and home – inside and out. And achieving that meant building to a higher quality. Better architectural design, better materials, and better workmanship.
We quickly established ourselves as leaders and award winners in the new home industry. Since our inception 20 years ago, our portfolio has grown to include over 4,500 homes, all across southern Ontario and the GTA. Currently we have communities that spread all the way from Lyon’s Creek in Niagara, to Gibson Heights in Thorold, to Tiffany Hill in Ancaster and King Country Estates in Nobleton. A new phase at Woodland Trails in Oakville is coming in 2012, and The Neighbourhoods of Mount Pleasant is coming to Brampton.
Rosehaven homes are built to the highest standard – the Rosehaven standard. We build with the aim of distinguishing ourselves from other builders with a difference in our communities, in our homes, and in the overall homeownership experience. The combination of exquisite architectural exterior and interior design, superior construction quality, and unparalleled customer service are only the start of the homeowner’s experience.
At Rosehaven Homes, we believe the details of the construction should captivate the heart as well as the eye. Stand outside any Rosehaven home and you will notice the difference. Open the door and you will see how a Rosehaven home stands apart from any other home you have experienced.
As a result, many Rosehaven homeowners have become repeat customers – and have spread the word to their friends and family. A distinction we’re particularly proud of. This speaks to the high level of satisfaction our company delivers. We believe our sought-after reputation is a direct result of our attention to customer service and satisfaction. It’s our primary goal that from the first day they purchase from Rosehaven, and each day afterward, each homeowner says, “ I am happy, I am comfortable…I am home.”