PHOTOS: Over 100 townhouses planned for brand new neighbourhood in Mississauga
If you want to stick with (or transition to) low-rise living, a luxurious new townhouse complex might appeal to you.
Recently, Port Credit West Village Partners (PCWVP) announced the launch of the Brightwater Towns, the first townhome collection in the master-planned Brightwater community that's taking shape at a 72-acre site in the Lakeshore Rd. W. and Mississauga Rd. area.
Brightwater is slated to include 2,995 new residences (as well as 150 affordable housing units), 18 acres of green space (including a nine-plus acre waterfront park), over 300,000 square feet of commercial space, a future elementary school and a proposed community centre.
Both mid- and high-rise residential buildings have already been announced for the budding community.
In a news release, PCWVP said the Brightwater Towns collection features 106 luxury townhomes that border the western edge of the community. The townhomes are three storeys and feature "generously sized" three and four-bedroom layouts.
PCWVP says each townhome features an individual walk-up along a landscaped path. The homes are set alongside the Benson trail, which will incorporate a new multi-use path that will be accessible to pedestrians and cyclists.
Residents will have access to large pedestrian mews with seating, birch groves and catenary lights. The company says a private amenity area in the pedestrian mews will feature a sculptural children's play area, inspired by the waves of Lake Ontario.
“We're proud to offer elegant living and design options in the Port Credit community with the release of the Brightwater Towns. The Brightwater Towns honour the flavour of this wonderful neighbourhood while bringing it into the future. We understand that residents, now more than ever, are looking for quality outdoor space and privacy, while also enjoying an urban lifestyle and connection to their community," said Ken Tanenbaum, Vice-Chairman of Kilmer Group and Chair of the Port Credit West Village Partners, in a statement.
The homes, designed by architecture firm Superkul, come in three design styles: the Trail Collection, Terrace Collection, and Mews Collection.
PCWVP said that Superkul infused the homes' facades with nods to Brightwater's past and present by using masonry and coastal-inspired materials such as horizontal siding.
The homes feature private rooftop terraces, oversized windows and open-concept layouts. The company says the interiors, created by design firm Truong Ly Design, "bring an urban sophistication to Port Credit."
The homes offer contemporary kitchens with large dining islands with quartz countertops.
Bedrooms and bathrooms are also generously sized for families, PCWVP says.
"We've introduced a colour palette of light hues that reflects the seasons, speaking to themes of light and water. Brightwater Towns is perfect for those who have a great appreciation for elevated, high-quality design and want to be connected to a vibrant community," said Truong Ly, Founder of Truong Ly Design, in a statement.
The townhomes range in size from 1,900 sq. ft. to 2,600 sq. ft.
Prices start at $1.4 million.
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