Seek haven from the ordinary
August 17, 2015
May 2015 | Homes Magazine
Seek haven from the common, the average, the oh-so- typical, the middle-of-the- road, the run-of-the-mill, the good-enough. At Rosehaven, we will never be satisfied with anything less than the exceptional. Because we know you won't.
This is why Rosehaven is pleased to have returned to Oakville at Woodland Trials with a new release of lots. Located at Neyagawa Boulevard and Dundas Street West, here Rosehaven has introduced their most popular 45- and 50-foot detached homes, semi- detached, 25-foot freehold townhomes and new 20-foot terrace townhome designs. Stunning layouts will feature nine-foot ceilings, eight-foot-tall front entry doors, gas fireplaces, oak stairs, hardwood floors, slate tiles, spa ensuites, fabulous gourmet island kitchens, media rooms, computer workstations, and so much more.
In Chippawa/Niagara, Rosehaven's Lyon's Creek Community recently introduced condominium townhomes set in their own private enclave backing onto greenspace and a private park. There is the perfect mix for an affordable worry-free Niagara lifestyle in a home that is exceptional. The same can also be found in Rosehaven's 36-foot designs and 36-foot wide freehold towns.
Thorold offers the designs that Rosehaven is known for in the already established community of Gibson Heights, just minutes from all the amenities of St. Catharines. With only a few 30-foot attached singles and freehold townhomes remaining, this neighbourhood is ideal for those who want more than the average.
In Stoney Creek's friendly community of On The Ridge, families are experiencing Rosehaven's standard luxury with extra deep lots allowing for growing families to get something more in a new home — outdoor space. Walk, bike or play just outside your new 40- or 35-foot single from the $460,000s or semis from the $350,000s and make Stoney Creek your haven from the ordinary.
Rosehaven's Waterdown community offers many of their highly sought after 35-foot singles, plus the introduction of three new double-car garage designs. The Waterdown Meadows community offers purchasers the benefits of a Rosehaven home in an already established neighbourhood in the heart of Waterdown, but hurry in as there are less than 12 homes remaining.
The Neighbourhoods of Mount Pleasant continues to shine as Brampton's best location on Mississauga Road. With an exciting new release of detached lots and Rosehaven's introduction of the new Urban Towndominiums, there is something for everyone is this growing community.
Move up to Rosehaven Country in Caledon at Lotus Pointe. With Rosehaven's signature details going into the 36-foot singles, as well as two- and three-storey freehold towns, this community is offering homebuyers the Caledon lifestyle, with all the amenities of Brampton just moments away.
In Bradford, Rosehaven's Dreamfields community offers the highly desired 45- and 36-foot singles, but there are only a few homes remaining. Dreamfields is your haven from the everyday, in an established family community amidst parks and meadows, schools and shopping.
Exciting things are happening at Rosehaven in inspired communities throughout the GTA and Southwestern Ontario. Find your haven by visiting today.
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