Fairfield Village is a new home community in Sunderland from Fairgate Homes. Here you will find homes starting in price from around $280,000.
Just twenty minutes north of Brooklin on Highway 12, is the charming village of Sunderland in Brock Township. Fairgate Homes is proud to introduce Sunderlandâ€™s exciting new development, â€œFairfield Villageâ€.
The plans incorporate several features including, Great Rooms with vaulted ceilings, spacious dinettes, Gourmet kitchens with islands and breakfast bars, bedroom window seats, and much more. Fairgate Homes offers the opportunity to further customize any plan to suit your lifestyle.
The Township of Brock boasts a wide variety of activities to please everyone, all year round. Enjoy the Trent-Severn Waterway with swimming and boating, access to pristine shoreline parks, camping grounds, challenging golf courses, skating and more. The charm of village community living can be experienced along with all the amenities, including schools, daycare, medical facilities and charming shopping districts.
The family-oriented fairs and festivals include Beaverton Winter Carnival, Sunderlandâ€™s Summerfest beach volleyball tournament, and the annual Sunderland Maple Syrup Festival with craft shows, book sales, kidsâ€™ tractor pulls, face painting and much more.
You donâ€™t want to miss the opportunity to be a part of this growing community. This is the neighbourhood people will envy!
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34 Rennie Street - Lot 16
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