The latest townhouse collection from Dunpar Homes in Etobicoke offers a lifestyle big on convenience, comfort and community.
With 14 back-to-back units, the Boutique Towns Collection at 80 Thirtieth St. features thoughtful design and spacious, versatile floor plans. These solidly built homes promote sustainable living with easy access to shopping centres, schools, parks, highways, recreation facilities and natural greenspace.
Grab a latte at the neighbourhood Starbucks and pick up what you need from the shops along Lake Shore Blvd. W. Stop into a salon or spa, or indulge your tastebuds with takeout or dine in at the wide array of restaurants. . Borrow a good read at the Long Branch location of the Toronto Public Library. Two major drugstores – Shoppers and Rexall – are in close proximity as well as an RBC branch, Tim Hortons, Dollarama, The Beer Store, LCBO and No Frills.
The Lake Ontario waterfront is close by as well as many parks including Marie Curtis Park, Long Branch Park and Colonel Samuel Smith Park. Stretching along the wooded Lake Ontario shoreline, Colonel Samuel Smith Park is perfect for strolling, bird and wildlife watching, biking, or to exercise the family pet in the off-leash area. It has the city’s first ice skating trail, a figure-eight shape loop beside the Power House Recreation Centre. Marie Curtis Park has children’s amenities including a playground and wading pool, public beach, off-leash dog area, picnic spots and walking trails that link to the Martin Goodman Trail and Waterfront Trail.
Families will find childcare facilities in the neighbourhood as well as elementary and high schools. Close by is Humber College’s Lakeshore campus with more than 10,000 students, set in a park-like setting and extensive post-secondary program offerings. The LEED Silver-certified Lakeshore Commons building features airy, open common areas and workspaces, computer labs, media production suites, art gallery and cafeteria.
For golfers, the private Toronto Golf Club, the third oldest golf club in North America is a short distance away, as well as the public Lakeview Golf Course, a parkland-style course with 18 holes. Sailors can dock their boats at the Port Credit Yacht Club, a year-round private club with excellent services and facilities. Or the Port Credit Sailing Club is a not-for-profit organization that offers easy, affordable access to Lake Ontario with competitive and recreational sailing.
Boutique Towns Collection owners will find it easy to get around with the Long Branch GO Station in the neighbourhood, TTC stops and easy access to highways including the Gardiner Expressway, Queen Elizabeth Way and Highway 427.
Dunpar specializes in townhomes and the Boutique Towns’ attractive, functional design is a testament to the company’s expertise. Exteriors are architecturally modeled on the English Georgian Manors utilizing genuine Custom Natural Indiana Limestone features and planter boxes crafted with ledger rock Kingston Hue Stone.
The four-storey towns feature a direct connection from the garage on the ground floor, with spacious multi-functional living on the main floor where you can cook, eat, relax and entertain in one large, open space. You’ll find two bedrooms, laundry and bathroom on the second floor, the private master suite, bathroom and balcony on the third and a private rooftop deck on the fourth.
For more than 40 years, Dunpar Homes has been building thoughtfully designed and architecturally unique homes and communities across the GTA. It has established a reputation as a premier builder specializing in luxury townhomes with elegant design, quality craftsmanship and contemporary features. It has demonstrated its ability to adapt to the evolving industry by offering homebuyers comprehensive virtual tools to help them achieve their ownership goals.