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Single family home in East Gwillimbury

Clara May Avenue, East Gwillimbury, ON

Hometown Sharon Village is a master-planned community of new homes located in scenic Sharon in the Town of East Gwillimbury. It combines the finest of historic atmosphere with modern architecture. While this is a tranquil, heritage-inspired area with calm lanes and cul-de-sacs, it also provides a diverse range of totally detached houses, each of which contains the modern amenities and finishes desired by today’s most discriminating home buyers.

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  • 3 Bed

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In East Gwillimbury, just outside Newmarket, Crimson King Way and Dog Wood Boulevard meet. Within a few minutes’ drive, residents will have access to a wide range of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. Just a four-minute drive away, Upper Canada Mall offers a wide range of shopping, dining and entertainment options.

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Residents can readily get bus service to downtown Newmarket, which is just a few steps away. East Gwillimbury and Newmarket GO Stations are just a short drive apart, enabling passengers to reach downtown Toronto in around an hour and 40 minutes. Additionally, since the site is connected to Highways 400 and 404, people who drive may reach downtown Toronto and key job centres in less than 45 minutes.


It’s also a big draw for families and kids since there are so many schools in the area. Several public and private schools, including Phoebe Gilman Public School, Holland Landing Public School, and King Christian School, may be found within a few miles of Hometown Sharon Village.

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Additionally, for families that like outdoor activities, Hometown Sharon Village is conveniently situated near an abundance of green space, beautiful parks, calm streams, and conservation areas that the whole family can enjoy year-round. Green spots such as Anchor Park, Rogers Reservoir Conservation Area, and George Richardson Park are nearby.

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Acorn’s trademark municipal address plaque, cast in bespoke stone and surrounded by a peculiar mould. On the main level, there are nine-foot ceilings.

Ceilings in the kitchen and breakfast area, laundry room, and all bathrooms are smooth and polished.

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Acorn’s external elevations have elegance and classically furnished characteristics such as clay brick, colored mortar, and enriched stone with accent stone detail, exquisite high-quality dentil board, porch columns, porticos, and ornamental trim, as specified by model elevation and design. Exterior color choices are harmonized with the community’s Urban Architectural design guidelines in order to create an aesthetically pleasing cityscape.


Even though Acorn was founded in the 1980s, its roots can be traced back all the way to the 1950s through the development of several multi-family dwellings and a strong trade heritage.

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