Torrance Creek is a new home community in Guelph from Great Gulf Homes. Homes for sale range in size from 1,370ft to 2,085ft. Homes for sale range in price from $245,990 to $279,990.
With its top 10 ranking in Canada as one of the best to live, we knew Guelph was the ideal location for Torrance Creek Village.
With a one-of-a-kind setting, backing onto the Torrance Creek watershed, we're bringing to life a neighbourhood that integrates the area's natural surroundings with a level of design sensibility that understands family comfort and value.
This expectation is the foundation on which we've designed a portfolio of family-inspired townhome residences exclusively for Torrance Creek.
Conveniently located in South Guelph, you're just minutes from Stone Road Mall, Hartsland Market Square and many excellent schools, including the University of Guelph.
A variety of fitness and leisure amenities are also close by including Springfield Golf & Country Club, Victoria Park East and West Golf Clubs, as well as the much-anticipated South End Community Centre which, when completed , will feature indoor and outdoor activities to suit every lifestyle and taste.
Best of all, the Hanlon Expressway and Highway 401 are both easily accessible, so connecting with Toronto, Waterloo, London and points beyond could not be easier.
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