Brushwood is a new home community in King City from CountryWide Homes.
This is the Richmond Hill you've been waiting for! Brushwood is a beautiful new development situated on one of Richmond Hill's last remaining pieces of tree-lined, picturesque land. It's a place where you and your family have the chance to be inspired by your surroundings, leave behind the hustle and bustle, and paint the perfect picture to suit your lifestyle. If you're looking for the pinnacle of Bathurst living, look no further than Brushwood.
This master-planned and designed development features a lush, green canopy of trees that sway gently through each calming breeze the area provides. Horse farms scatter the landscape and present a welcome opportunity to step back in time and slow things down. It's a development reminiscent of the old-world while offering some of the most prestigious, fine, and convenient amenities York Region has to offer. Brushwood is an opportunity to live at the pace you want with the convenience you need.
You'll be just minutes from the 400, 404/DVP, great shopping, and highly rated public, private, and catholic schools. As well, you'll be privy to a gorgeous array of trails, parks, and forest paths, beautiful Lake Wilcox and Sunset Beach, Bond Lake Arena, the Oak Ridges Community Centre, Oak Ridges Food Market, delicious eateries, local butchers, and both Lago and Roberto's Italian Bakeries. Along with this, you'll have the opportunity to invest in ever-growing, ever-prestigious, and ever-brilliant Richmond Hill.
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Brushwood new home information from CountryWide Homes
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13000 Bathurst Street
King City, ON
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