Low-rise condo in Richmond Hill
At the Sorrento, your days are filled with old-world elegance and serenity.
Inspired by the great estates of the famed Sorrento Peninsula and the Isle of Capri, this stunning condominium was built by Armour Heights Developments, an award-winning land developer with over thirty years of expertise in developing custom-tailored residences around Toronto and the GTA. The project was finished in 2017 and was located at 7 Bond Crescent, Richmond Hill, ON.
This development consists of 96 units and is four stories tall. It elevates this suburban community with its one- to three-bedroom layout and a ceiling height ranging from 9’0″ to 12’0″ that provides an open-space feel throughout the condominium.
The Sorrento Condominium in Richmond Hill contributed to the community’s sophisticated and sleek appearance.
The Sorrento Condominium is located in Richmond Hill, one of the most diverse neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area. It has lovely terrain because it is situated on the gorgeous Oak Ridges, which include historic kettle lakes and forests. Richmond Hill has a great assortment of activities and experiences, but with a walk score of 44 out of 100, most errands will require a car. Yonge Street, which runs through the heart of the city, is lined by a plethora of businesses and retail parks of various sizes.
The Aurora Shopping Centre is one of the most popular shopping destinations in the area, with a variety of additional stores on the premises such as the Dollar Store, No Frills, Staples/Business Depot, the Bulk Barn, and Global Pet Foods to fulfill your needs. This shopping complex features fantastic stores to explore that are reasonably priced and a spacious parking lot for many tourists and locals.
The Sorrento Condos have emerged in downtown Richmond Hill, with many public transportation choices connecting residents to all four corners of the city. A transit score of 47 out of 100 indicates that public transportation is available nearby. Train travellers can access nearby GO train stations such as Bloomington GO and Richmond Hill GO, which are both 9–15 minutes away.
Transit users will have to drive a little distance to the nearest bus station, Bernard Terminal. Bernard is the endpoint and division point for the 98 and 99 Yonge routes, and additional Viva Blue service to Finch Bus Terminal originates here on weekdays and Sundays.
Finding the ideal school for your child’s needs has never been easier with The Sorrento Condominium, as there are numerous primary and secondary schools nearby. Walter Scott Public School, Academy for Gifted Children-P.A.C.E., and King City Secondary School are some of the top options in the area because they give quality education that is essential for a child’s childhood.
Post-secondary students interested in furthering their education can travel 26 minutes to York University or Niagara University in Ontario, both of which are among the finest universities in the country.
Exploring the neighbourhood where the Sorrento Condominium is located is a great way to spend the day. This neighbourhood provides a plethora of outdoor activities that would keep anyone entertained for a long time. Mitchell Pond Park, Ozark Park, and Parker Park are just a few of the many green spaces where folks can take slow walks, ride their bikes, or jog.[mobileonly]Read More While during summer, locals can visit various hiking trails, including Oak Ridges Trail and Bond Lake, which is a reserved area with very pure water and is surrounded by an old tree forest. It is a wonderful spot to walk in both the summer and winter.
While during summer, locals can visit various hiking trails, including Oak Ridges Trail and Bond Lake, which is a reserved area with very pure water and is surrounded by an old tree forest. It is a wonderful spot to walk in both the summer and winter.
While during summer, locals can visit various hiking trails, including Oak Ridges Trail and Bond Lake, which is a reserved area with very pure water and is surrounded by an old tree forest. It is a wonderful spot to walk in both the summer and winter.[/desktoponly]
This Richmond Hill condo boasts ceiling heights ranging from 9’0″ on the fourth level and throughout the main living areas to 12’0″ on the ground floor.
The outside of the four-story, the compact building is made of clay brick, stone, precast, and stucco. Light streams in through massive windows, ceilings soar, and alfresco patios and fine finishes round out the picture. Hardwood floors in the entryway, living or dining room, and den from builder’s standard samples.
Building amenities include exclusive use of an indoor pool with men’s and women’s change rooms and sauna, a yoga room and separate workout space with a treadmill, exercise bicycle, an elliptical trainer, and a party room with a kitchenette; and a bocce court. Security cameras strategically installed at entrance sites with in-suite monitoring serve as security and safety measures. A heat detector is placed, which is linked to a centrally located fire annunciator panel.[mobileonly]Read More
Armour Heights Developments was founded in 1988 by Frank Mazzotta is an award-winning home developer that has been building exceptional homes throughout southern Ontario for over 25 years. Frank, a detail-oriented and creative thinker, has elevated the Armour Heights brand by delivering outstanding execution on every project that bears his company’s name. Each Armour Heights project exemplifies Frank’s craftsmanship, giving the firm a reputation in the industry for continually delivering excellent projects to delighted clients. This developer applies meticulous craftsmanship to all of their projects, whether they are exceptionally traditional, contemporary, and neo-classical designed homes; mixed-use condos; luxury townhomes; or commercial developments.