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Single Family Home and Townhouse in East Gwillimbury

2nd Concession Road, East Gwillimbury, ON

A society has been formed to ensure the planet’s future. This raises the question, why didn’t we construct in this manner earlier? And why haven’t we done so yet? This is where future-proof community behaviors and technologies can be implemented today.

The goal is to develop a self-sustaining town that includes energy generation, water conservation and reuse, and food production. We can establish new norms for how sustainable living is developed from the ground up, right here, right now. Green Earth Village offers a chance to adopt sustainable energy and water/wastewater systems that may considerably cut greenhouse gas emissions while also requiring less maintenance than traditional systems. This is beginning to happen globally, and it is past time for us to assist pave the way in North America.

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Highlights

Neighborhood

Green Earth Community is situated in Sharon, a former village that has been absorbed into the Town of East Gwillimbury. The neighborhood is quite quiet and pleasant, and you get to appreciate the surrounding flora unlike anywhere else. Additionally, it is accessible to all metropolitan facilities, with inhabitants just a 40-minute drive from downtown Toronto.

East Gwillimbury GO station-min

Transportation

Green Earth Village’s transportation system is remarkably pleasant for a location of this degree of isolation and calm. The bus stop on Leslie Street / Green Lane is just a few feet away. The journey to East Gwillimbury GO is less than five minutes.

Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The condo is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Mineola Public School, Mentor College and Cawthra Park Secondary School are just easily accessible.

Burnaby Mountain Park

Outdoor

Residents in Queensville and the surrounding region have access to some of the greatest urban and natural assets. Other public schools and numerous locations to do errands surround the region. All major retailers, as well as neighborhood groceries, post offices, and pharmacies, are within a short drive. Additionally, the neighborhood is surrounded with restaurants, pubs, and coffee shops.

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Amenities

Greywater is reclaimed and treated by the Greyter Water System so that it may be reused. The Greyter HOME is a self-contained recycling system that filters and disinfects greywater to a level that is close to drinkable. Greyter HOME is a 19″ deep x 28″ wide x 65″ tall system.

We cannot continue to do things in the same manner. Climate change, rising greenhouse gas emissions, an aging population, resource depletion, and growing public health concerns are all contributing to these challenges. Therefore, let us strive to improve. We want to address many “Pillars” of sustainable technology and infrastructure in order to build a healthier village, community, town, and planet. The following are just a handful things we want to test and implement.

Developer

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Royalpark Homes is a small company, and this allows them to deliver the homes that their residents truly want. This is because they approach each new project with a hands-on mentality. This hands-on approach is enhanced by their Design Studio that makes sure new residents get the home they deserve. Their mission is to provide the most satisfying home ownership experience through inspired community oriented lifestyles, superior homes construction, and exceptional homes.

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