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Revitalized city with appeal of a village with pastoral countryside landscape! Wow !

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Published on July 04, 2014 with No Comments

The first residents have begun to settle into their recently built, craftsman style homes at Kingmeadow, Minto’s new North Oshawa community. Recently awarded 2014 Community of the Year, Best Sales Centre and Best New Home Design – Production Built (under 1600 sq. ft.) from the Durham Region Home Builders Association, the reception to Kingmeadow has been unprecedented. “There’s something truly exciting going on in North Oshawa. Kingmeadow is connected to the revitalized city, but has the appeal of a village with pastoral countryside landscapes—a really special combination. We’re proud to be fostering a positive component of the incredible evolution of North Oshawa with the Kingmeadow community,” says Amanda Wilson Watkins, Vice-President of  Marketing and Sales at Minto. “We’re very honoured to be recognized by the DRHBA for this.” In response to the extraordinary levels of interest from potential buyers, Minto recently confirmed the release of three Traditional townhome blocks. Kingmeadow features a collection of detached homes and spacious towns, these residences


are set on ample green space and idyllic landscapes, yet they are immediately nearby neighbourhood amenities like schools, daycare centres, recreation centres and shopping.


Kingmeadow is easily accessible from the 401, is minutes from the future 407 and just east of Brooklin. Purchasers in search of a warm new home in a family-oriented neighbourhood are drawn to the unparalleled affordability of these towns considering how spacious they are. Starting at only $950/ month, Bridle towns range from 1068 to 1404 sq. ft., and Traditional towns range from 1775 to 2016 sq. ft. Both styles of towns feature open concept designs. The singles include 36′ and 43′ homes as well as a unique Ravine collection designed with your family in mind.


Like all Minto projects, sustainability has been incorporated into each phase of development at Kingmeadow, from building to final finishes. These ENERGYSTAR-qualified homes include eco-conscious features like drain water heat recovery that stretch your energy bill further, drought tolerant sod that requires less water in hot summer months, efficient fixtures that reduce water waste and low VOC finishes that make the home healthier. Minto is an industry leader in building high-quality and sustainable urban developments.  In 2009, Minto built the largest LEED Canada certified Condo in North America, raising the bar for subsequent developments. Their success in achieving high quality design and construction has not gone unnoticed; Minto receives industry recognition annually, from Green Builder of the Year to Builder of the Year.


The Minto Kingmeadow Sales Centre is located at 2361 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, Ontario, open Monday through Thursday noon to 7 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call (289) 634-1005 today  to make an appointment. To learn more visit mintokingmeadow.com or follow them on twitter@Minto_KM.


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