Townhouse at Richmond Hill
The second phase of an exciting housing development is coming to the northern part of Richmond Hill. It will include well-liked, high-end homes that are expected to sell out as quickly as the first phase.
Acorn Developments‘ latest set of low-rise townhouses on Richmond Hill are called Lookout on the Knoll Towns. This new development is situated at the junction of Yonge Street and Bloomington Road and is a component of the master-planned community of Oak Knoll. This opulent collection of mansions is hidden amid tree-lined boulevards and parks, and offers a panoramic view of the surrounding Oak Ridges Moraine from the area’s highest point. This limited collection of 38 beautiful modern townhouses fits in perfectly with the first two phases of this neighborhood. They are set among the mature trees of 75 acres of protected greenspace.
The Town of Richmond Hill is rejuvenating the northern area of the Greater Toronto Area with new projects and infrastructure upgrades, after a period of tremendous growth in the 1990s. Even though the majority of tasks in this rural location need the use of a vehicle, surrounding businesses help to shorten the trip and bridge the gap.
This location is within walking distance of three GO stations (King City, Aurora, and Langstaff), with 10- to 20-minute rides in each direction. In addition, infrastructural upgrades on Yonge Street in the east are setting the way for the launch of the intercity YRT VIVA bus service. In addition to arterial roads and Highway 404, which is just four minutes away to the east and provides 37-minute commutes to downtown Toronto, a network of arterial roads aids automobile travel.
A variety of schools, such as Lake Wilcox Public School, Oak Ridges Public School, Windham Ridge Public School, Our Lady of Hope Elementary School, and Cardinal Carter Catholic High School, indicate that this area is an excellent destination for families. Daycare services are available to townhouse residents at the neighboring Cardinal Carter Child Care Center.
Greenspaces such as Fiddlehead Parkette, Fontainbleu Park, Raccoon Park, Cardinal Woods Parks, Oak Ridges Lions Park, Briar Nine Park and Reserve, and Minthorn Park make it hard to be bored in this area. The Fiddlehead Parkette is a modest parkette featuring a children’s playground. Lake Wilcox Park (which features the Richmond Hill Water Park) and the Oak Ridges Community Centre & Pool are both within walking distance of the residents’ residences and may provide additional conveniences.
Beginning with detached houses, the neighborhood of Oak Knoll was comprised of remarkable 28′ and 38′ luxury residences specifically created to infuse their surroundings with heritage-inspired authenticity. The second phase consists of the Oak Manor Townhome Collection, a series of perfectly built townhomes with sophisticated stone and brick exteriors and wide entryways. With Stage One of the Oak Knoll master-planned community fully sold out, this newest phase aims to maintain the neighborhood’s history.
As with its predecessors, all homes constructed in this neighborhood will be Energy Star-certified. In addition, this development will contain Net Zero Ready homes, which are low-carbon homes with airtight construction, double-insulated walls, and triple-paned windows to minimize heat loss and save energy expenses. Despite the fact that this will result in up to a 20% reduction in home heating costs, residents can rest assured that their homes will have little environmental impact. Set against a bucolic background with convenient access to metropolitan services, this family-friendly setting is ideal for establishing a new home. If you make the Lookout on the Knoll your new home, you’ll experience the best of city living, which is only possible at the summit.
Acorn Developments’ intergenerational enterprise has played an important part in the Greater Toronto housing sector for the last 60 years. Despite the passage of time, they have stayed committed to three key values: integrity, honesty, and loyalty. They have recognized from the beginning that they are long-term stakeholders in the communities they build, championing better industry communication; maintaining honest and lasting relationships with their stakeholders, trade partners, and community leaders; and caring about the quality of their workmanship, always striving to provide the best experience to their clients. They believe in building communities that will last, and they work hard to set industry standards and go above and beyond what their many homebuyers expect.