Our Communities

 

Just north of Metropolitan Toronto, each of our communities is as unique as a fingerprint. Just click on any of the community links below to learn more about each of our towns.

 

Aurora

 

Aurora is a pristine city of about 50,000, offering a beautiful setting to many executive and upscale homes and developments. It caters to its community with exquisite dining, performing arts and renowned fine art fairs. It also offers a wealth of groomed fairways … Click for more

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Bradford/West Gwillimbury

While Bradford/West Gwillimbury is a lovely residential area for everything from comfortable, historical homes to modern and executive custom homes, the town boasts the largest vegetable farming area in Southern Ontario, the Holland Marsh, covering 2.830 hectares of farmland … Click for more

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East Gwillimbury

East Gwillimbury is a gorgeous area that boasts quaint towns of Holland Landing, Queensville, Sharon, Mount Albert and  beautiful rural properties. Its rich history, ideal geographic location and excellent balance of both urban and rural communities, makes East Gwillimbury an … Click for more

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Georgina

On the shores of Lake Simcoe and the Jackson’s Point Harbour, the renowned town of Georgina, is just 60 kms of Toronto. Georgina consists of the small towns of Keswick, Sutton and Pefferlaw, all of which ramble along the shores with gorgeous lakefront estates, upscale residences and pristine primary and 2nd home cottages. Aside from the town’s many activities around the recreational haven of Lake Simcoe, the area draws … Click for more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Newmarket

Newmarket offers a quieter, family-friendly community. With its excellent public school system, notable private schools and the renowned Pickering College, the town maintains its youthful energy with 70 parks, 40 baseball diamonds, 60 soccer field and 800 acres of active … Click for more