Single Family Home in Bradford West Gwillimbury
Dreamfields is located between Simcoe Road and the Bradford GO Station in the city’s north-eastern section. This complex consists of 68 townhouses with modern floor plans and two bedrooms, piled on top of one another.
This freshly built townhouse/single-family home complex offers a variety of floor designs to meet any lifestyle, particularly that of young couples and expanding families. Aspen Ridge Homes‘ new townhouse development in Bradford West Gwillimbury is called Dreamfields.
On the eastern side of Bradford West Gwillimbury, the townhouses are in close proximity to all Bradford outdoor facilities. Residents like the quantity of open space and the abundance of shopping, eating, and entertainment options. In close vicinity are parks and conservation areas, as well as golf courses, commercial hubs, and excellent schools.
The region is quite proud of its superior public transportation system. Transit networks benefit both individuals who depend on public transportation and those who drive their own vehicles. While driving is advised, it is possible to reach the Newmarket GO station on foot in six minutes. This allows easy access to neighboring cities and a one-hour drive to Toronto’s core. The closeness of YRT (York Region Transit) bus stations increases the mobility of city inhabitants. Additionally, the YRT runs the Viva Rapid Bus system, which links North York’s Newmarket and Finch Bus Terminals.
In addition, the neighborhood is surrounded by multiple schools, parks, and conservation areas, all of which contribute to its attractiveness as a family-friendly community. A couple of the local schools are Fieldcrest Elementary School, Park Avenue Public School, and Holland Landing Public School.
You cannot escape the tranquility of sitting on grassy fields and watching your children play on a playground, despite the neighborhood’s proximity to downtown Bradford. Whipper Billy Watson Park, Thornton Bales Conservation Region, and Cardinal Golf Club are among the closest natural assets. The multipurpose Ray Twinney Leisure Complex is within five minutes’ walking distance of the project site.
On the main level (save for open-to-above rooms), as well as the upper hall and lofts on the second floor, ceilings with a smooth finish are used. All bedrooms on the second level, except bathrooms and laundry rooms, should be stipple-sprayed with smooth borders. Except for the powder room, which retains the original ceiling-mounted bulb, all bathrooms now include improved vanity lighting. Kitchen and servery window valances with lights. The garage’s inside walls must be entirely sheetrocked, finished, taped, and primed.
The elevations illustrate how traditional and modern building inspired by nature may include brick, stone, stucco, and architectural Hardie board. As specified in the elevation, precast concrete window ledges, headers, and arches. As indicated in the elevation, accent roofs will be black metal and/or copper; all other roof surfaces will be covered with self-sealing tiles with a 25-year guarantee. Color-coordinated exterior metal handrails. No maintenance is required for aluminum soffits, fascia, downspouts, and eaves troughs.