Come Live the Shore Life at Lake Shore Village

Jul 6, 2020

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Just a select few homes remain at Dunpar’s Lake Shore Village Collection in south Etobicoke, providing a rare opportunity for buyers to enjoy life by the lake.

The first homeowners have already moved into this community of 73 beautiful townhouses and the elegant landscaping is nearing completion.

This is one of those gems of a neighbourhood, surrounded by mature trees and stately older homes.

South Etobicoke is rapidly rising as a desirable place to live. Even though it’s within the City of Toronto, it has a laid back village charm. The revitalization of Lakeshore Boulevard, five minutes from Lake Shore Village, is bringing new restaurants, cafes, shops and medical services to the street, joining long-time favourites such as Tom’s Dairy Freeze and Remo Bakery Café.

The Lake Ontario waterfront is just a stone’s throw away, with its kilometres of trails, beaches and sailing clubs and is the perfect place to walk the dog, ride a bike or take a run. Transit options make getting around easy: GO service and TTC routes service the Bloor subway and the Gardiner Expressway is in close proximity.

Luxury features and finishes

And the homes? Typical of Dunpar quality, the three-storey English Georgian Manor-style homes are packed with luxury standard features such as hardwood flooring, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and custom cabinetry.

Our Lake Shore Village homes range in size from 1,580 to 1,785 square feet, so there’s plenty of room to come together or have private space – and each home comes with a two-car garage.

To learn more about the Lake Shore Village community, view floorplans, see 3D and virtual tours as well as an overview of the site, please take a moment to visit our website or contact our sales team any time: 

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