Nova Townhomes

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Townhouse in Newmarket

Bathurst Street & Sykes Road, Newmarket, ON

These new townhouses will give residents of large urban regions a lifestyle that is instantly recognizable as comfortable and handy. Newmarket is seeing vertical growth. In the next few years, housing options and public spaces will be improved to encourage more people to live and work in the area.

Andrin Homes is pleased to introduce a brand-new and very rare range of townhomes. They are constructing Nova Townhomes in Newmarket to please their future inhabitants with the area’s beautiful streetscapes.

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Nova Townhomes residents will never need anything thanks to the abundance of convenient facilities in the area. Due to Newmarket’s central position in the York Region, residents have access to a range of urban facilities, including convenient access to schools, public transit, restaurants, retail, and entertainment, as well as an abundance of open space for those who prefer the outdoors. No matter your decision, you will never be too far from the conveniences of home.

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Residents at Nova Townhomes have access to a variety of convenient and accessible modes of transportation. The Bayview Avenue bus stop is about two minutes away from the closest nearby bus stop. In addition, residents are just eight minutes away by vehicle from the Newmarket GO rail station, making it convenient for those who like to go by train. Also, this area has a good system of roads and highways, such as Highways 400 and 404, which makes it easy for cars to get around the city.


In addition, there are other schools, including an elementary school, that are within walking distance of the family-friendly area. Among the schools under question are Stonehaven Elementary School, Bogart Public School, and Newmarket High School, to name just a few. Also, students in Ontario who go to college or university after high school can get to York University and Niagara University from their homes in about 24 minutes.



The neighborhood around Nova Townhomes strives to be a self-sufficient community, which is why the area provides for all of the essential needs of the people who live there. Visit the Upper Canada Mall if you are in need of some serious retail therapy. This shopping center is home to a number of prominent retail brands, in addition to restaurants and entertainment venues. In addition to that, it won’t be the only shopping complex that’s conveniently located near you. Convenience is increased thanks to the fact that the Stonehaven neighborhood already has its own retail space. In addition, the location of the property is ideal for families who like to spend time outdoors since it is near to a number of lovely parks and recreational facilities. These include Ken Sturgeon Park, Edward Coltham Park, Bailey Ecological Park, and a great number of other parks.

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Exclusive new townhomes surrounded by boundless greenspaces are only a few minutes’ walk from McGregor Farm Park, Jokers Hill Trail Parking, and other surrounding parks and trails, including a recreation complex and conservation area, as well as many golf courses. Highways 400 and 404 are less than a 10-minute drive away, while Balfour Beach is less than 30 minutes away. On Bathurst Street and Sykes Road in Newmarket’s Glenway Estates, the project is expected to be finished in 2023.

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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.

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