Lambton Towns
An Intimate Lifestyle in the Heart of the City

Jan 16, 2023

The real estate market today poses a number of questions and a lot of uncertainty for new home buyers. Where do I want to live? How many storeys in the sky will I have to rise in an elevator to reach my new condominium home? How many years will it be before I am able to move into my new suite? What are my options? This year in Toronto, more condominium units will come onto the market than ever before. It all seems so very confusing.

For home buyers with a wish-list for a walkable neighbourhood, easy access to transit and shopping plus a beautiful home, Dunpar Homes’ Lambton Towns checks all of these boxes.

The collection of 96 back-to-back townhouses at 2650 St. Clair Avenue West provides a rare opportunity to enjoy low-rise living in this sought-after neighbourhood. Dunpar continues its over 40 year tradition of bringing thoughtfully designed and well-constructed residences to vibrant communities with The Lambton Towns, a collection of 94 luxury back-to-back townhomes. Most importantly, this ideal community is enhanced by the exclusivity it creates with each home having its own front door.

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Many millennials and families are choosing the St. Clair West midtown neighbourhood as an affordable option to living downtown. With the area undergoing a massive revitalization and many new condo towers being proposed, The Lambton Towns offer a more intimate alternative to high-rise living in this pedestrian-friendly neighbourhood rich in amenities and close to transit. The 512 St. Clair streetcar stop is just a six-minute walk away and other nearby transit options include the subway from the Old Mill station, TTC buses to downtown and GO Transit and the UP (Union Pearson Express) from Bloor Station. Highways 401 and 427 and the Gardiner Expressway are a short drive away. The location is convenient to downtown Toronto as well as to North York and Mississauga.

Dunpar Homes are homes where people of all ages would be proud to live. The floorplans appeal to a variety of residents who appreciate living in homes built with high quality construction by a builder that demonstrates attention to every detail. The exteriors of the homes are modeled on English Georgian Manors, utilizing genuine Custom Natural Indiana Limestone features and planter boxes crafted with ledger rock Kingston Hue Stone. The landscaping of each home is carefully designed to enhance the exterior design.

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Interiors feature open-concept main-floor layouts with 9 ½ foot ceilings on the main level and 9 foot upstairs. Each home features a generous 1,569-square feet with three bedrooms, two baths, single car parking and rooftop decks.  Gourmet kitchens boast granite kitchen counters with granite backsplash, ceramic floor tiles and under-cabinet valence lighting. Bathrooms have marble countertops, choice of ceramic wall and floor tiles and oversized mirrors.

For more than 40 years, Dunpar Homes has been building superbly designed and architecturally unique homes and communities across the GTA. It has established a reputation as a premier builder specializing in luxury townhomes. It has demonstrated its ability to adapt to the evolving industry by offering homebuyers comprehensive tools to help them achieve their ownership goals.​

For more information on Lambton Towns or Kingsway Village Square, click on http://www.dunparhomes.com.

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