Why are New Homes in Richmond Hill So Attractive?
Richmond Hill started as just a small community, incorporated as a village in 1873, then as a town in 1957, but it has grown into so much more. Its great location makes the surrounding areas easily accessible, resulting in the increasing growth of the town. New homes in Richmond Hill are more in demand than ever, as the area will soon be fully developed. In the recent past, Richmond Hill has been listed among the top 6 places to live in Canada by a survey done through the Conference Board of Canada. This isn't surprising when you take a look at the beautiful greenspace, quality schools, booming economy and so much more.
Regal Crest jumped on the opportunity to develop new homes in Richmond Hill. Coming soon, Regal Crest brings you Phase 3 of Upper West Side in Thornhill Estates. A selection of luxury townhomes, 41' and 50' detached single homes will be offered in this spectacular new Richmond Hill community. Located at Major Mackenzie Drive and Bathurst Street, you will be situated just minutes from fantastic restaurants, shops and more. It is the perfect family-friendly neighbourhood!
Next is Observatory Hill, located on the West Side of Bayview, just north of 16th avenue. This community was inspired by the experience of exploration, as it is located just next door to the David Dunlap Observatory. This beautifully designed community features townhomes, semi-detached homes, and singles on 36', 45' and 50' lots. These new homes in Richmond Hill will make you feel like you are living among the stars.
Also coming soon is Bayview Gates, found at Bayview Avenue and Bloomington Road. It offers exclusive 40' singles in a great neighbourhood. A fantastic family environment, there are many schools, churches, shopping centres, parks and recreation centres just moments away.
Richmond Hill homes are becoming less and less available, which is why these Regal Crest communities are even more desirable. Make sure to register to stay up to date with the latest information about new homes in Richmond Hill.
Since writing this blog, Upper West Side has sold out.