Low-Rise/Single-Family Home in Richmond Hill
Enjoy luxury two-story townhouses and singles in a brick-built estate residence with a modern-inspired design, Georgian, Beaux-Arts, and contemporary architecture.
Spend quality time with your children in the newly renovated David Dunlap Observatory Park, which offers more activities than a weekend can hold, including the Planetarium, amphitheater, Conservatory, Skating Trail, Tennis Courts, Arena, playgrounds, and luminous Star Path. Picnic on the Great Lawn or observe local fauna in the Wetlands and Animal Sanctuary.
Passengers have convenient access to local transit systems such as TTC and GO Transit. The Richmond Hill GO station is accessible on foot, and Union Station is a quick Metro ride away. The proximity of main highways such as the 7, 407, and 404 facilitates travel. The Don Valley Parkway is readily accessible, allowing drivers to reach downtown Toronto in 25 minutes.
Richmond Hill, north of Toronto, offers families an excellent investment opportunity due to its proximity to schools, both public and private, as well as Seneca College Markham Campus. It is also possible to live off-campus, as the campus is only a 9-minute commute away. Due to its robust economy and diverse neighborhoods, Richmond Hill real estate is an ideal investment and retirement location, making it an ideal location for property investors.
Angil Development was created in 2002 and specializes in real estate development, construction, and property management. It is the Canadian affiliate of the Zhongsen Group. They are committed to constructing residences that people want to purchase and live in permanently. Their projects go above and beyond in terms of design, quality, and environmental friendliness. They also have high-end building facilities, unique home features, and carefully chosen neighborhoods.
Lorenzo Development is an integrated organization that invests in, develops, and builds one-of-a-kind projects to meet the particular needs of individual consumers. Modern real estate values are decided exclusively by the amount of profit a building can generate. Due to this concept, many individuals find it unaffordable to reside in cities. Increasing numbers of people are doing their work, socializing, and other daily activities inside the boundaries of their houses. They are, however, constrained to dwelling outside of the city due to the exorbitant housing prices.