This development is located in Toronto’s western Etobicoke neighbourhood, and it offers a rare opportunity to invest in a freehold town.
Fairfield Towns is a new townhome development by Plaza in Etobicoke. This new pre-construction project is located at 1124 Islington Ave in the Sunnylea neighbourhood. It is bordered by the Humber River and Bloor St, giving residents convenient access to the Toronto subway system.
Offering 12 towns and 2 semi-detached homes, all of these homes have three bedrooms, making it a perfect fit for growing families. It could also be a great solution for students looking to live with roommates because of the number of schools that can be reached from this location.
This development will stand at 4 storeys, and it will have 14 individual units. The units range from 2,014 to 2,614 square feet. This project may seem like one of the many condominium townhome projects throughout the GTA, but there’s one notable difference here. Each unit is actually a freehold home and not a condo.
This means that rather than owning your unit as part of the larger development, you actually own these homes outright. There are many perks to owning your investment outright. One of the most notable advantages is that you’ll never have to worry about rising condo fees that will affect your resale value.
Each one of these homes is 4 storeys high, and they each have balconies and two car garages. These garages make this a great fit for families who need to drive throughout the GTA for work. These homes also have modern features and finishes including 10′ ceilings on the main floor and smooth ceilings throughout, quartz countertops in the kitchen and bathroom, hardwood floors and ceramic tiles, solid oak handrails on the stairs and metal pickets, frameless glass shower enclosures, stainless steel appliances, pot lights throughout, smart home system and a gas line for barbecues on the balcony.
Location & Neighbourhood
Sunnylea is a fantastic place whether you’re looking for an investment or an end use home. It’s in the heart of Etobicoke, and it’s an oddly shaped neighbourhood, but its borders include the Humber River and Bloor Street West, which are both tremendous local resources that makes this a fantastic place to live.
The Humber River makes the entire region lush and green, and this is best seen when you walk through King’s Mill Park. This is a densely wooded area streaked with multiple pathways that are a perfect place for a tranquil walk in the woods or a for a lively jog.
Line 2 Bloor-Danforth run along Bloor Street West, and it’s only a few minutes away from this project. Fairfield Towns is a straight route to Islington Station. It can be reached in a 12 minute walk or just a 4 minute transit ride. The access to Toronto’s transit system gives this location an impressive 89/100 on its Transit Score.