Price range: From $1.45 million to over $2 million
Location: Houghton Boulevard and Joseph Street, Markham
Currently in pre-registration, Wycliffe on the Ravine is a low-rise cul-de-sac community of just nine homes. The houses, designed by architect John Beresford, feature exteriors inspired by the heritage architecture of Markham Village, with peaked gables, brick-arched windows, stone detailing and gingerbread trim. Each has a two- or three-car garage.
Builder/developer: Wycliffe Homes.
Building: Bungalow and two-storey homes on 60- and 65-foot lots.
Suites: Customizable layouts of up to five or six bedrooms.
Size: From 3,300 to 5,500 square feet.
Occupancy: Late 2014.
Features: Homes will have 10-foot main-floor ceilings; decorative columns; cathedral and coffered ceilings; seven-inch cornice mouldings; natural gas fireplaces; oak staircases; flooring choices of marble, slate, limestone, granite, porcelain, ceramic, prefinished natural or stained strip oak or maple, and 50-ounce nylon or Berber broadloom carpeting; Paris kitchens; crown mouldings; granite kitchen countertops; and ceramic tile backsplashes.
Amenities: The site is located close to Main Street Markham, which features shopping, restaurants and other services.
Standouts: The homes overlook ravine land.
Sales office: To register, call 416-989-7460 or visit wycliffemarkham.com.
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