Centreville Towns complement Beamsville’s charm
April 20, 2018
Coming June 2018 to Beamsville is Centreville Towns, the final phase of award winning Lincoln Square from renowned builder, Homes By DeSantis.
“We see Centreville as a signature development to close out our Lincoln Square project; a grand finale to an award winning community in an established neighbourhood,” explains Home By DeSantis’ President, Gabriel DeSantis. “In addition, the unique and vibrant downtown infill location is ideal for us to bring the first-ever Live/Work designs to Beamsville, Offering the outdoor activities and natural attractions of the magnificent escarpment, a vibrant downtown setting and the GO Train station coming to Casablanca in 2021, Centreville is perfect for live, work and play.”
Growing in popularity among GTA buyers surging into the region. Beamsville offers the best of both worlds; traditional small town appeal meets big city amenities. Centreville is located in the heart of Beamsville’s charming downtown with its many shops, restaurants and century-old buildings. Residents will be steps from quaint downtown boutiques, restaurants and grocery stores. Kids can walk to school and enjoy two community parks. The nearby Community Centre combines programmes and a library as well as an NHL-sized ice rink.
Centreville Towns will offer a total of 44 townhomes designed with a modern flair. New designs will boast modern exteriors that complement this charming setting as well as the previous phases. A Choice of Live-Work, Terrace and Garden Townhomes will be available, priced from the mid $200’s.
Seldom available anywhere, Garden Towns offer an elegant one-bedroom design, perfect for the lock-and-leave lifestyle. The gourmet kitchen with breakfast bar overlooks the home’s open concept living / dining area. The secluded Master Bedroom served by a double closet, linen closet and main bathroom.
Living in Beamsville close to Lake Ontario offers a truly recreational lifestyle. Golfing, boating, hiking, biking and more are on offer nearby. Outdoors enthusiasts can get out and explore miles of Waterfront Trails and leafy Conservation Areas such as Mountainview Conservation Area, Cave Springs Conservation Area and Beamer Memorial Conservation Area with spectacular views, waterfalls and trails. Those who want to get on the water can canoe, kayak and paddle, even fish, at beautiful Jordan harbor Conservation Area, or head over to Fifty Point Conservation Area on the lakefront, offering a beach, picnic & BBQ areas, campground, fish pond, trails and a large marina with a restaurant.
Also on the menu here in the Niagara fruit belt are farmers markets and excellent dining establishments and tours of some of Niagara’s famous vineyards, home to award winning wines.
QEW access is nearby to the GTA and everything that makes Niagara so desirable. The GO bus stop is just a short walk up the street. Soon, commuters will have the option to hop the GO train, with planned GO service along the Lakeshore Line coming.
If a beautiful new townhome in a charming historic downtown setting is what you’re looking for, discover Centreville at Lincoln Square in Beamsville. Register now at CentrevilleTowns.ca