Serenity is a new home community in Huntsville from Devonleigh Homes. Homes for sale range in price from $339,900 to $349,900. Serenity has a total of 23 lots.
Nestled in the heart of Huntsville, Serenity offers homebuyers an extraordinary opportunity for adult leisurely living. Whether you are looking for a slower pace of relaxed living, seeking to enjoy community programs with new friends, the outdoors or art and culture, Huntsville offers so much to see, do and embrace.
Huntsville, which has a population of approximately 22,000 full-time residents, has a mix of small town and big city amenities - a proud historic downtown, public library, national stores, fine dining, golf course, Huntsville District Memorial Hospital and the Canada Summit Center, which includes the Active Living Center.
Serenity will be a premium mature, quiet neighbourhood of Craftsman style bungalow towns. This adult community is close enough to walk to nearby shops and dining and offers convenient local transit and short driving distances to the Active Living Center, Huntsville Downs Golf Course and Hospital. Homeowners will enjoy a true serene living experience, with a nature-filled backyard and a peak of Lake Vernon.
These Craftsman style bungalow towns are backed by Devonleigh HomesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ commitment to quality workmanship and customer service.
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