A high-rise condo at Downtown
Holland Landing has not only been a destination for farmers, but also for families searching for the ideal site to settle down since it offers the most rich soil and the most lush environment in all of Ontario.
Anchor Woods by Andrin Homes is a charming community in East Gwillimbury that can be found on Yonge Street just a little bit farther north than Holland Landing. The area is surrounded by a lot of green space, parks, canals, and conservation areas, all of which can be explored and appreciated by the locals at any time of the year.
Future residents will be surrounded by vast, readily accessible green spaces, such as lush parks, conservation areas, nature trails, and tranquil streams. Local suppliers and stores, shopping malls, prestigious schools, transportation connections, service providers, and much more will all be within walking distance of the neighborhood.
A few feet away, residents may easily get bus service to downtown Newmarket. The stations for York Region Transit and GO Transit are close and readily accessible. Commuters may also utilize the nearby East Gwillimbury GO rail station, which is just 5 minutes away by car, or the Bradford GO train station, which is only 11 minutes away by car. Highway 404 is also readily accessible from this location, and it connects to Highways 7, 407, and 401, giving drivers several options for commuting throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
The availability of schools in the neighborhood is another reason why this location is popular, especially with families and children. A lot of public and private schools, like Good Sheppard Elementary School, Holland Landing Public School, and Dr. J.M. Denison Secondary School, are within walking distance of Anchor Woods.
Moreover, outdoor enthusiasts will reside in a vibrant neighborhood surrounded by extensive green spaces such as lush parks, conservation areas, nature trails, and tranquil rivers that are easily accessible for the whole family to enjoy year-round. The Holland Landing Community Centre Park, Ridgeview Park, Children of Peace Park, and several more green spaces are nearby.
Wood frame construction with aesthetically controlled external elevations with enhanced clay brick masonry detailing, precast stone accents, precast stone sills, and prefinished architectural board, stucco and/or vinyl siding, and ornamental accents, depending on the elevation chosen. To establish a harmonious cityscape in accordance with relevant zoning and architectural control regulations, house placement and exterior colors will be matched architecturally. Low-maintenance pre-finished soffits, fascia, eaves troughs, and downspouts made of aluminum. Self-sealing asphalt roof shingles in pre-selected colors with a 30-year manufacturer’s guarantee.
The main level has 9-foot ceilings, while the top floor has 8-foot ceilings, featuring a tray ceiling in the master bedroom. The ceiling heights exclude the laundry room, all bathrooms, and locations where bulkheads are necessary due to mechanical or structural restrictions. One coat of sealer and one coat of urethane are to be applied to the natural-finished oak veneer stairs with solid wood steps from the ground to higher floors (as appropriate). Stair treads are made of solid strips with a natural finish. The plan calls for painting the grade stairs leading to the unfinished basement area. kitchen doors and drawer fronts as per the standard line of the vendor.
Andrin Homes has created some of the most attractive houses in the Greater Toronto Area during the last quarter-century. They have shown the ability to build a variety of residential projects in many Greater Toronto locations. This development has been operating in the Greater Toronto Area since 1990. No matter what kind of project they are working on, they always use the same development philosophy. This makes sure that each home is built with great craftsmanship, a great location, and an elegant design.