West Oak Urban Towns Floor Plans, Prices, And All Available Updates Are Here !!!!
West Oak Urban Towns project will be designed to accommodate anyone from young professionals to growing families. This new pre-construction project is located at Fischer-Hallman Rd & Westoak Trail, surrounded by many local amenities that residents can access on foot.
This development will offer a mix of urban and back-to-back townhomes with two to three bedrooms. This townhome project will consist of 92 spacious towns with luxury interiors. It will also be built in a well connected area that is surrounded by highways and public transit.
West Oak Urban Towns will offer spacious open-concept layouts and enough space for residents to work, play and entertain. These townhomes will have two to three bedrooms and will come with a wide-range of luxury interiors and modern features and finishes. These homes will be tastefully designed and will be made to appeal to everyone from students to young professionals, couples and growing families. We can expect this development to come with bright spacious interiors and the option for residents to choose from high-quality features and finishes.
At West Oak Urban TownsThe architectural style of each home will have a modern design with a mix of neutral-toned stone and brick as well as large windows to bring in the most natural light. This development will be built in a family-friendly community and will come with outdoor amenities and parking spaces. This page will be updated with more details about this development as soon as they are available.
West Oak Urban Towns
Built on a solid reputation of quality, integrity and service, Reid’s Heritage Homes is one of Ontario’s leading builders. For over 40 years, we have proudly developed homes ranging from single detached homes, mid-rise condos, two-storey, executive and bungalow townhomes, to custom estates and active adult communities. Our dedication to our values and traditions has established us as an award-winning developer with hundreds of awards and accolades. The company’s homebuilding roots can be traced back to 1947 when brothers Melville, George and Albert Reid, along with their friend Bill Laing started out building wartime bungalows under the name “Reid and Laing.”