Under Construction at Churchill Collection in Forest Hill

Under Construction at Churchill Collection in Forest Hill

Construction is well underway and only a few homes remain at National’s Churchill Collection, set on the highest point in Toronto. The market is hot and now’s the time to buy the only new townhomes in Forest Hill with secluded leafy rear yards and unobstructed views of the city from the terrace.

When you live in the exclusive St. Clair and Spadina neighbourhood, you’re a comfortable stroll from the cafes, markets, galleries, boutiques, bistros and restaurants of Forest Hill Village. You’ll love to wander up to the Village and meet friends for a quick coffee before picking up piping fresh bread for the rest of the weekend.

Residents are fortunate to have world-class private schools right in the neighbourhood including Bishop Strachan School for girls and St Michael’s College School for boys, and just minutes away are Del La Salle College “Oaklands” co-ed school, Blyth Academy and renowned Upper Canada College boy’s school.

Across the street is a wonderful park. Sir Winston Churchill Park has a great kids playground, toboggan hill, gated dog park, tennis courts and a pathway all around the park that’s perfect for your morning jog.

Along rejuvenated St. Clair, a host of micro neighbourhoods have made to area a growing food destination, with cafes and bakeries, and a range of eateries. At Wychwood Barns, you can shop at the weekly Farmers’ Market, enjoy concerts, art exhibits and seasonal events; don’t forget to catch the Holiday Barns Art Market during December.

Homes at The Churchill Collection will be ready to move in 2015. True to National’s philosophy of “You Are The Blueprint”, homebuyers can choose from an extensive selection of fine finishes by Alex Chapman of Union31 Design, and superb upgrade options to bring their own sense of style to their home’s great floorplans, ideal for entertaining. This is truly your chance to live in an exquisite home in one of Toronto’s iconic family neighbourhoods.

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