The Southern Georgian Bay Backyard Glam Tour will be held in Creemore, Ontario this weekend! Chestnut Park is thrilled to be one of the sponsors of this beautiful event.
As we finally move into the warmer months and watch the picturesque landscape of Prince Edward County (“the County”) come to life with the fields, orchards and vineyards beginning to show signs of the bounty for which the area is renown, the Quinte & District Association of REALTORS® (“the Quinte Board”) has produced its statistics for the month of June, confirming that the real estate market in the County this year is playing out very much as it did last year at midpoint in the season, with remarkably consistent buying and selling behaviour as well as property listing and inventory trends. Generally speaking sales are proceeding at a pace that is both strong and steady, reflective of a solid and enduring market that is neither volatile nor fickle, but rather rooted in excellent and established fundamentals of value associated with the area.
This Spectacular Penthouse sits atop Yorkville’s Premiere Hazelton Hotel and Residences. Occupying the entire 9th floor and spanning over 7600 sq. ft. of living space with over 5800 sq. ft. of wrap around terraces – providing 360 degree views of the city – this property is one of a kind.
Property shopping?! Here’s a quick list of the open houses we have on the go this weekend.
Located just 2 hours from Toronto in the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve boasting a vibrant ecosystem with 300 bird species, 53 mammals, 36 reptiles, 90 fish and 100 varieties of special interest flora including 30 types of wild orchids.
Standing out from the crowd is not always easy to do, especially when there are so many in the field. But Chestnut Park’s cutting-edge innovation and strong leadership in the industry are two of the reasons why REP magazine choose to recognize them as one of the best Canadian brokerages.
I always wanted a tree house growing up. I see now why my parents were reluctant but, at the time, ruining a tree or the the potential for broken limbs – human or plant – was not on my radar. Fantasies of hosting the most epic overnights ever and having a place of my own far from rules (and bedtimes) so seemed within my grasp, not to mention rent free and just close enough to home to still have access to plumbing and of course the kitchen. I see I am not the only person who was denied. Apparently the dreamers and designers of these tree homes refused to let the wish die and have built their own forts. Every home should bring elements of the outdoors in. These places take that right to the next level. So many of my client projects feel like the fruition of years of daydreams of creating the perfect nest. Dream big – anything really is possible.