The Vic Towns
Published on March 9, 2018
Introducing The Vic Towns – an exciting new collection of Toronto townhomes just a short walk away from the future Eglinton Crosstown LRT.
The Vic Towns will be a collection of 147 stacked townhomes. They offer single storey and multi-storey homes, ranging in size from 512 square feet to 1,861 square feet. The contemporary homes include a number of desirable features: ceilings up to 9 feet, large master bedrooms, walk-in closets, bathrooms with double vanities, and contemporary styled kitchens.
For outdoor living, the homes offer balcony, terrace, or patio (depending on the unit) and there will be gas connectors installed for residents to enjoy some outdoor cooking on their own barbecue. Meanwhile, the courtyards, paths and green spaces between the homes will be like an extension of the homes and engender a great community spirit.
The development has proved to be extremely popular so far and phase one is now 60% sold. Only selected layouts remain so register now and we can help you ensure that you secure one of them.
The area around The Vic Towns is a well-established community, having been originally developed in the 1950s. The mature neighbourhood has all the amenities you would expect and more. One premium feature that makes this project unique is the fact that the neighbourhood backs onto a large conservation area. The green space at Charles Sauriol Conservation Area runs form Lawrence Avenue to Eglinton Avenue and follows the path of the Don River – allowing you to take a dip into undisturbed nature and view a variety of wildlife.
With layouts up to three bedrooms, this is a development is very appealing to families with children. The local schools are the well-regarded Sloane Public School, Milne Valley Middle School and Victoria Park Collegiate School (ranked 196/747 for secondary schools in Ontario).
The area has a transit score of 68/100, so a lot of your everyday errands can be completed using the public transport options nearby. With the arrival of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT in 2021, O’Connor stop at Victoria Park Avenue & Eglinton Avenue will be a mere nine-minute walk away and will connect you to the rest of Toronto’s rapid transit network. This also provides added value in the future, with transit being a key decision point for buyers. With the Don Valley Parkway only a five-minute drive away and Highway 401 within easy reach, The Vic Towns looks to be a great location for anyone commuting to work in and around Toronto.