Kleinburg Country Estates is a new home community in Vaughan from Wycliffe Homes. Homes for sale range in price from $1,669,900 to $1,799,900. Kleinburg Country Estates has a total of 88 units.
Just minutes from the historic Village of Kleinburg and the famous McMichael Gallery, Wycliffe Country Estates on the Boulevard is a palatial collection of 88 French Provincial and European Country-style homes on grand 60 and 70 foot lots. Available in 40 customizable home designs, these true estate homes feature superior craftsmanship, generous architectural detailing and luxurious amenities.
Enter Wycliffe Country Estates on the Boulevard through a signature gateway of stone and wrought iron, edged by wide forested berms. Stone walkways crisscrossing a promenade lead to nature trails and an outlook point facing a magnificent golf course. Along the promenade are lush gardens and quiet floral retreats.
With a beautiful wrought iron enclosure, the Boulevard stretches almost a kilometer and provides a beautifully landscaped focal point for the community. The homes are built on private court and cul de sac lots off a 75-foot wide European style boulevard lined with parkettes, inviting open spaces and lush, colourful landscaping. Without question, life on the Boulevard is tranquil and beautiful.
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Kleinburg Country Estates
10995 Hwy 27
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