RIVERSIDE VILLAGE: NATURE & DESIGN IN PERFECT HARMONY

Dec 16, 2015

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Imagine a community perched on top of a breathtaking ravine overlooking the Humber River and The Country Club. The focal point of the community is a beautiful central parkette with majestic pines and cedars, natural stone pavers, meandering pathways, benches and trellises. Amidst this scenic landscape is a precious collection of Georgian-inspired townhomes with timeless streetscapes that blend harmoniously into the natural canvas. Welcome to Riverview Village in Woodbridge, a new signature community from Dunpar Homes.

Prior to this development, the lot contained two rundown detached homes. With Dunpar’s revitalization of this critical Kipling Avenue corridor, this land is now transformed into an environmentally balanced urban living space. A rich palette of red brick and natural limestone exteriors makes a stunning canvas for these country homes. Large rooftop patio decks overlook the ravine and panoramic Country Club. The architecture is inspired by famous American planner and writer Jane Jacobs, who said, “Good building design provides windows and porches that allow a clear view of the street and the neighborhood.”

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Interiors sparkle with features like 10 foot ceilings, classic mouldings, french-style casement windows, professional kitchens and built-in elevators to accommodate accessibility issues. Dunpar takes great care in detailing the entire development, including paint colours, fireplaces, kitchen and bathroom designs, fixtures and finishes. These one-of-a-kind prestigious homes have a distinctive style that supersedes most townhouse designs across the province.

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