Townhouse in Toronto
These one-of-a-kind homes are beautifully designed from the ground up to be both functional and sophisticated. They include open floor plans and modern interiors that have been finished to exceptional standards.
A new neighborhood of townhomes called Presto Towns – Phase 2 is being built by Ambria Homes as an extension of the existing Presto Towns Community. The construction of the project is now underway in the Malvern suburb of Toronto, close to the intersection of Tapscott Road and McLevin Avenue.
Presto Towns-Phase 2 is situated in the northeastern Toronto neighborhood of Malvern. Through the preservation of ancient trees, ravine woodlots, and parks, this village has preserved its rural origins. Many new Canadians move to Malvern because it has affordable housing, is close to schools, has easy access to public transportation, is close to restaurants and stores, and has many other positive qualities.
In this neighborhood, bus service is available on all major streets, plus a number of smaller streets. Residents will have access to TTC bus routes just outside their front doors, allowing for seamless transportation around the city and quick connections to underground lines. The Agincourt GO station is just 12 minutes away by automobile, while the Ajax GO and Eglinton GO stations are around 17 minutes apart. Through the area, major arterial highways, including Sheppard, Finch, and Morningside Avenues, as well as Markham Road, provide convenient access to numerous city districts.
The region is certainly perfect for students. Presto Towns Phase 2 is a wonderful option for parents seeking early education or public schooling for their young children, as well as for post-secondary students seeking off-campus housing options near their school. The property is within walking distance of elementary and secondary schools, as well as a 10-minute commute to the University of Toronto Scarborough.
Residents of Presto Towns-Phase 2 may do the majority of their shopping at Scarborough Town Centre or Malvern Town Centre, which are conveniently accessible at Tapscott and Neilson Roads. Outdoor lovers will also like living in Presto Towns Phase 2 because of its proximity to so much green space, parks, and attractions. All residents have easy access to nearby parks such as Urban Park, Pinery Park, Telfer Park, Rouge National Urban Park, and Cedar Brae Golf Club.
Heavy-duty wiring and outlets for the stove and dryer, both of which must be vented to the outdoors. The outlets in bathrooms and powder rooms are equipped with a ground fault indication. installation of electronic smoke detectors in accordance with the Ontario Building Code. The carbon monoxide detector (s) are installed in accordance with the Ontario Building Code. According to the design, all bedrooms, hallways, the kitchen, the breakfast area, the laundry room, the great room, and the den will have ceiling fixtures. The Ontario Building Code calls for a 2′ x 6′ wooden structure with insulation on the outside walls.
Architecturally planned and regulated streetscapes and elevations with exterior color schemes, styles, and materials that complement one another. unique brick detailing, vinyl and metal siding in accordance with the elevation, and a matching roof. exterior decorative lighting on the front facade. The plan includes a front metal door with brushed chrome grips, insulation, and lock installation. calls for large, bright vinyl casement windows with a Low-E coating throughout. Each operable window has a screen. All patio sliding doors must be made of vinyl with Low-E glass and be screened.
Ambria Homes is rapidly gaining recognition among Canadian homebuilders, driven by a developer with an extensive and illustrious background in the sector. Peter D’Ambrosio, the company’s president and chief executive officer, has put together a team of highly experienced and well-respected industry professionals. This team includes planners, leading architects, and interior designers, each of whom brings a unique set of skills and abilities to the building of exceptional communities.