Rare opportunity for low-rise living on the Yonge Street corridor
There is simply nothing to compare to Hendon Park Towns. With over 60 years’ experience behind them, Wycliffe Homes has created a townhome community with the unbeatable convenience of a Yonge/Finch location, spacious layouts, outstanding finishes and features, all starting at about half the average home price for the neighbourhood.
With the subway on the doorstep and every modern convenience at hand, detached homes here start at well over $600,000, while Hendon Park Towns offer the privacy, space, and the lifestyle of detached living starting at just $389,900 for 705 to 1,600 sq. ft.
SRN Architects Inc. has created a contemporary, geometric design for this collection of 113 townhomes that contrasts ivory stucco and sandstone brick with dark accents. Its clean lines are punctuated by large windows that let lots of natural light into each unit; combined with nine-foot ceilings and available stunning two-storey plans, the character of these townhomes becomes truly luxurious. Laid out in five blocks with an abundance of trees, the Towns have a distinct community feel, private and yet surrounded by vibrant city life.
Elegant interiors feature stone or brick feature walls, smooth ceilings, stainless steel appliances including integrated microwaves and slide-in ranges that maintain the European-style and custom look. Granite countertops, exquisite Paris Kitchens cabinetry with tall uppers, chrome and pewter hardware, lush bedroom broadloom and natural hardwood floors — every detail has been meticulously planned to echo the sophisticated simplicity of the community.
To find such a community in the heart of uptown, right at Finch subway station, is a rarity; this neighbourhood has absolutely everything. Hendon Park itself features baseball diamonds, tennis courts, playgrounds, and a splash pad among lots of benches, trees, and pretty pathways that encourage an active lifestyle. Seneca College and York University are easily accessible, and within a few short blocks you’ll find libraries, nine schools, two movie theatre complexes, and enough restaurants to satisfy every craving: pub food, dim sum, wings, pastries and desserts, sushi, Korean barbecue, and pho, to name just a few. The Toronto Centre for the Arts offers Shakespearean classics either straight-up or with a theatrical twist, cutting-edge comedians, and transcendent symphonies. More than 15 parks are in the immediate vicinity, along with five banks, a couple of hotels, numerous spas, drug stores, electronics stores, and a variety of plazas, all within walking distance.
Plus, with the subway such a short walk away, as well as the nearby convenience of York Region’s Viva transit and GO Transit, the entire city is on your doorstep. North York Centre is barely five minutes away, with underground access to shopping, theatres, trendy eateries — you’ll hardly have to go outside all winter, even if you work on Bay Street. Every stop on the Yonge subway line has a character of its own to explore, from Yorkville at Yonge and Bloor, to the shoppers’ paradise of Dundas, to the comprehensive connections available at Union Station. Highway access here is ideal, too, with Hwy. 401 about five minutes away, flanked by highways 404 and 400.
Wycliffe Homes is the only large-scale builder in the GTA offering so many customized options. No two Wycliffe made-to-measure homes are alike; they work with you to design your floorplan, and then when it’s time to visit the décor centre, their design professionals are by your side, helping you choose finishes and features that create your ideal home — and your ideal life. Shouldn’t your home reflect your vision.
With more than 10,000 homes in more than 100 communities, Wycliffe Homes has built an impeccable reputation for value and outstanding customer care. Aspire to something different — come home to Hendon Park Towns, where urban excitement meets elbow room. Visit www.hendonpark.com to register today.