Mountainview Heights is Coming Soon!

Opening Fall 2017, Greenpark Group is offering a selection of Towns and Singles in Waterdown, showcasing craftsmanship and beautiful floorplans. Each model will have spectacular features and layouts that exceed the building standard which Greenpark homeowners have grown to expect and appreciate.

In the Heart of Escarpment Country

Mountainview Heights in Waterdown is a beautiful location in a thriving community. Situated on Dundas Street East, just west of Evans Road, Mountainview Heights is at the centre of it all. Major transportation routes including Highways 403 and 407, as well as the Aldershot GO Station make for an easy commute. Local amenities such as shops, restaurants, grocery stores, sports complexes and much more are all close by.

Residents are also able to access a host of additional amenities in Hamilton, Aldershot, Burlington, and other surrounding areas. This includes Hamilton General Hospital, the Burlington Waterfront and the Royal Botanical Gardens.

Waterdown prides itself on continuing to offer all its new residents the charm that comes from small towns. This escarpment community is known for outdoor adventures and breathtaking scenery, including local waterfalls like Smokey Hollow. The Great Falls are also a popular spot for both tourists and residents looking for an exciting hike with a stunning view.

The Waterdown community hosts many events throughout the year that homeowners at Mountainview Heights will be able to take advantage of. A popular summer event is the Waterdown Farmer’s Market, which is open every Saturday from 8am to 1pm at the Royal Canadian Legion. Another wonderful event is the annual Artfest in Waterdown Village, held this year on August 19th and 20th. The event features live music, dance and art presentations — and it’s all free!

For more information about new Greenpark communities, visit our website or register to receive updates about all upcoming projects.


Originally published at www.greenparkgroup.ca.

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