Breaking Ground in Brampton and Innisfil Construction Projects
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB), September 23, 2014 – Bremont Homes (www.BremontHomes.com), the Greater Toronto Area’s finest home building company, is excited to announce that it has broken ground in Innisfil and Brampton with its Forest Edge and Noblewood projects, which will include the construction of new luxury homes.
“The beginning of new housing development projects are always exciting times,” says Gary Breda, president of Bremont Homes. “Building new homes in Innisfil and new luxury homes in Noblewood will be great for the residents of each community and further cement Bremont Homes as one of the premier home builders in Ontario.”
Breda explains that the development project in Noblewood will feature new luxury homes constructed within a private court off of Queen Street in Brampton. The designs will feature English Manor- and French Chateaux-style architecture, laid on 40’ and 50’ lots surrounded by sheltered forest.
“We’re building very dramatic houses with this new home development in Brampton,” Breda adds. “The construction of new luxury homes in Noblewood is meant to really reflect a successful lifestyle in a peaceful environment that will make homeowners feel as if they are nowhere close to the city.”
Breda notes that Bremont Homes is just as excited about the Forest Edge development and building new homes in Innisfil. That’s because Innisfil is one of those areas that has a lot to offer and will continue to grow as more and more people recognize how wonderful of a town it truly is. Building new homes in Innisfil with this Forest Edge project is meant to accommodate the demand for what is sure will become a popular destination for homeowners looking for a unique area outside of the GTA.
“The detached homes in the Forest Edge project will be along the Leslie and Adullam intersection, which is in close proximity to the lake and walking distance to amenities,” Breda concludes. “We at Bremont Homes invite all interested buyers to drop by the sales centre anytime before 8:00 p.m. from Monday to Thursday or call for an appointment.”