Doon Creek is a new home community in Kitchener from Laurel View Homes. Homes for sale range in size from 1,740ft to 3,505ft. Homes for sale range in price from $353,990 to $508,990.
Laurel View Homes is proud to present our newest Master Planned Community. Doon Creek in Kitchener offers true Executive Homes on 50 foot and 60 foot cul-de-sac lots backing onto Evens Pond and a carefully preserved natural environment abundant with wildlife. Every opportunity has been taken to work in harmony with the tranquil natural beauty of the landscape, and to enhance your lifestyle with nature trails, open green space, protected marshlands and canopied forests.
Just minutes from Highway 401, Conestoga College, schools, playgrounds, shops, restaurants, recreational facilities, historic sites and more, Doon Creek offers a perfect balance for your busy life.
By remaining true to our core values of building for the long term, enhanced quality of life through superior design, and a strong commitment to customer service, we have earned our reputation as your award winning and responsible home builder.
Choose from a selection of fully customizable bungalow and 2 storey home plans from 1,950 sq.ft. to 4,500 sq.ft., featuring decorative columns, high ceilings, gourmet kitchens, luxury ensuites, and the thoughtful use of space you expect in an award winning Executive Home.
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