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Nature’s Edge, a community of ~62 townhomes, is located southwest of Yonge Street and King Road nestled in the Oak Ridges community of Richmond Hill.
Under the Official Plan, Yonge Street is classified as a Future Rapid Transit Corridor, indicating that there will be an upgrade of the current transit service providing by York Region Transit and VIVA. Improved infrastructure will contribute to increased home values, making this a sought-after location.
As with the rest of Richmond Hill, there are many first class amenities in this area, including the 43,000 sq. ft. Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, the Richmond Hill Wave Pool, and multiple community centers, arenas, and more than 166 parks and 544 hectares of natural and environmental areas in Richmond Hill, as well as glacial lakes for residents to enjoy. In the immediate area, residents of Nature’s Edge can enjoy the outdoors with close proximity to both Lake Wilcox and Bond Lake. Golfers can enjoy access to Summit, Bathurst Glen and Bloomington Downs golf courses.
The majority of buyers will be attracted to the area as the site has a reputation for exclusivity, and is surrounded by properties with an average asking price of $1.1 million. Lack of supply and increased demand has resulted in a need for more affordable housing which strategically positions this community well in the marketplace. This community will be positioned as a value-based proposition for Ideal Developments.
Home prices in Richmond Hill have historically been among the highest in Canada and the Town remains among the fastest-growing communities in Canada as it continues to prosper today.
The Richmond Hill Real Estate market has attracted droves of immigrants with its appealing multicultural base and its excellent location. For many years now Richmond Hill has remained one of the fastest growing towns in all of Canada. The ever-growing population is a strong indicator of its fundamentally strong real estate market. Richmond Hill Real Estate market currently ranks as the most expensive in all of Ontario based on an average resale property price, making Nature’s Edge a sound investment.