Horizons Modern Towns

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Townhouses in Whitby

Brock Street North, Whitby, ON

Great things are on the horizon for Whitby residents at Horizons Modern Towns.

Horizons Modern Towns is a townhouse project by a real estate developer who specializes in making both low-rise and high-rise master-planned communities, Chestnut Hill Developments, and is now complete at Brock Street North, Whitby, ON. The estimated completion date for Horizons Modern Towns is 2021.

Horizons Towns will be a collection of 40 freehold modern townhouses divided into eight separate blocks. Each home rises to a height of two stories, with a three-bedroom layout in sizes ranging from 1,593 square feet to 2,237 square feet. This collection of towns features a wide range of suite types and designs, so clients can find their perfect layout based on their needs. Open-concept layouts and contemporary design with families in mind are a few architectural features of Horizons Modern Towns.


Pricing & Fees

  • Est. Property tax 1.29% of the price / year

Deposit Structure

  • $10,000 on Signing
  • $10,000 in 30 Days
  • $10,000 in 120 Days
  • $10,000 in 180 Days
  • $10,000 in 240 Days
  • $10,000 in 270 Days

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Chestnut Hill Developments’ Horizons Modern Towns community provides luxurious and family-friendly living in a prime Durham Region location. These new freehold townhouses in the heart of Whitby are defined by the availability of amenities, especially within walking distance. Premium shopping, dining, and entertainment for the whole family surround this connected community. Less than an hour from downtown Toronto, it’s ideal for those seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life while still having every convenience within a short walk of their doorstep. A 3-minute drive to Whitby Town Square offers residents an excellent shopping experience.

Parks and places to play can be found all around this residential development. Vanier Park, Whitby Civic Park, and Heard Park are all located nearby.

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This attractive location is in a tremendously transit-oriented region where commuters and vehicles can easily access public transportation and roads. Horizons are conveniently situated near multiple bus routes and 10 minutes drive away from Pickering Go Station, where you can travel to downtown Toronto. In less than an hour from the nearby Whitby GO Train station.

Furthermore, motorists will appreciate the proximity to Highways 401, 412, and 407. Commuters may reach Toronto Pearson International Airport in less than an hour’s drive.


Families may find family-friendly facilities in this neighbourhood. Numerous public and private primary and secondary schools are within walking distance of students. The site is strategically located near Durham College, making it an excellent off-campus living option.

Horizons Modern Towns provides a sense of security to both investors and homebuyers. It offers a positive return on investment and a community that is seeing growth, making it a great choice for new homebuyers, those looking to rent near the college, and investors.

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With this idea at its foundation, Chestnut Hill Developments has been constructing award-winning communities across the GTA since 1981. Their mission is to provide houses with careful design in appealing surroundings and linked communities. With decades of expertise, considerable market research, and, most importantly, the ability to connect with the desires and requirements of their customers, they are pleased to create more than simply houses by constructing whole lives.

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