Urban Towns of Aurora

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Townhouse in Aurora

46 St John's Sideroad, Aurora, ON

At Urban Towns of Aurora, you can choose to live in a neighborhood that’s good for families and enjoy the same kinds of amenities as people who live in the city.

Urban Towns of Aurora is a forthcoming townhouse development by Biddington Homes, a prominent real estate company with over five decades of expertise and a dedication to providing homes for generations. The Urban Towns of Aurora is now in the pre-construction phase, and its basic design has large windows and appealing brown and white exteriors. The project has a total of 68 apartments. Its location on Saint John’s SideRoad in Aurora, close to schools, grocery stores, parks, and other facilities, makes it a perfect family home.

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The development is located in a residential neighborhood surrounded by natural preserves, ecological parks, and golf courses. In addition, there are gardens and walking routes. Residents will be able to admire the surroundings and feel connected to nature, as well as make use of the wonderful urban facilities that are just a few minutes away.

Highway 401 from Wellington Road in London


The residences are located in a region with an extensive road network. Using public transit, travel will be simple for people. The Aurora Transit Stop is seven minutes away and is reasonably accessible. Automobiles will have fast and easy access to Highways 404 and 400, which will link them to Markham, Vaughan, and Richmond Hill in the south.


Young families that want to build a rural lifestyle while preserving a connection to the environment and society will find the location acceptable. You are not compelled to sacrifice your child’s education in this location. There are a lot of exceptional schools in the area that give an excellent education. Northern Lights Public School, Hartman Public School, Aurora Preparatory Academy, and Aurora Montessori Schools are all nearby schools.

Bodwell High School
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The serene atmosphere produced by the community eliminates the need for additional outdoor spaces. Atkinson Park is accessible by foot. However, there are many lovely parks and gardens nearby that are suitable for children and adults. Brentwood/Ballymore Park, Tom’s Park, Lambert Willson Park, Valhalla Park, and the St. Andrews Valley Golf Club are a few examples.

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This structure will have 68 townhouses on four stories. Two-bedroom houses ranging in size from 975 to 1,375 square feet are likely to be roomy and attractive to investors. These residences will have a contemporary architectural style with grey stone on the ground floor, red brick on the second and third levels, and grey siding on the roof.

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Urban Towns of Aurora interior

The second and third floors will have balconies, while the top story will offer rooftop terraces with city views. In addition, this residence will include enough windows to maximize natural light. Based on Biddington’s previous work, we may predict that this house will include open floor plans and contemporary amenities and finishes. This new subdivision will consist of three blocks divided by a new road designed for automotive traffic. In addition, 96 parking spots will be made available for homeowners and guests.

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The Biddington Group of Companies is a well-respected business that has been owned and operated by the same family since the early 1960s. Its commitment to innovation, quality, and service is unparalleled, and as a result, it has permanently altered the landscape of the construction business. The Biddington Group has established a reputation as an industry leader in the construction of livable communities. Their projects range from opulent single-family subdivisions to meticulously designed high-rise complexes.

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