Introducing Pavilia Park Towns – a new collection of executive condominium townhomes coming soon to a great Thornhill location close to Highway 407 ETR.
The homes at Pavilia Park Towns will have a sleek, modern design that perfectly captures modern city life. There will be a modern three-storey design, a façade of brick and stone, open space living quarters, up to four bedrooms, and finished below-grade basements with bathrooms. The towns come in 15’ models with single car garages, or 20’ models with double-car garages.
They range in size from two-bedroom 1,500 sq. ft. layouts to family-friendly four-bedroom 3,000 sq. ft. layouts. The homes come with a variety of luxury features, including granite countertops in the kitchens and bathrooms, hardwood floorings, and 9-foot ceilings in principal living areas. Some layouts also have the option of a residential elevator to swiftly carry you to and from any of the three above-ground floors and the basement. These are the kind of luxury features that make the homes stand out even in high-end Thornhill.
Like its namesake, Pavilia Towers, this development is located in the delightful and compact neighbourhood to the north of Highway 407 ETR and to the west of Bayview Avenue. It’s a family-friendly area with a pleasant mix of condos and single-family homes. The area has a number of parks for residents to enjoy and the local amenities like grocers, cafes, boutique services and restaurants on nearby Highway 7 mean that most of your everyday needs are within a pleasant walk or a short drive.
Heading further down Highway 7 in both directions brings even more options for residents, with most big box stores that you can think of within easy reach and a wide variety of restaurants, supermarkets and other stores all nearby. Meanwhile, the nearby commerce valley office park houses some of Canada’s premiere high-tech and engineering firms, ensuring a steady prospective supply of well-educated, professional workers interested in the immediate area.
The area has an average transit score but that doesn’t do justice to the travel options nearby. The rapid transit bus service on Highway 7 operates on a separate lane so is not impeded by other traffic and that allows riders to quickly travel east or west and connect to nearby train and bus stations like the nearby Langstaff GO station. Meanwhile, there are entrances to Highway 407 ETR just a few minutes away and that road gives rapid access to other parts of the GTA and further afield. These options both make Pavilia Park Towns a great option for commuters as much of the GTA is within easy reach.