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Kingsmen Group Inc

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Kingsmen Group Inc. strives to provide buyers with homes that are tailored to suit their lifestyle needs-quite simply, a living space that truly feels like their own. They design and construct buildings that offer long-lasting value, to the benefit of both buyers and investors alike. The company has been behind projects representing a wide range of sizes and styles of homes. At the same time, they have done so in locations throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Finally, Kingsmen Group is proud to adhere to high standards of craftsmanship on every development project it undertakes, which helps ensure a high return-on-investment.

Kingsmen Group Inc.: Previous Projects

9560 Islington Urban Towns. Situated in the Kleinburg area of Vaughan, 9560 Islington Urban Towns consists of 104 townhome units. The surrounding area is home to a variety of walking trails, as well as two major nature preserves: the Boyd Conservation Area and the Kortright Centre for Conservation. A number of grocery stores and other retail establishments are located in close proximity, while Vaughan Mills, Vaughan Metropolitan Centre and Canada’s Wonderland are all just minutes away. York Region Transit provides frequent service along Islington Avenue and Rutherford Road, while Highway 400 can be reached via a short drive.

Havelock Corners. This single-family home community sits in the northern reaches of charming Woodstock, Ontario. This prime location will give residents easy access to two major rail trails-the Pittock Trail and the Hickson Trail-and a variety of other recreational opportunities. Downtown Woodstock is just minutes to the south, and is home to a pedestrian-friendly commercial strip with an array of shopping and dining options. VIA Rail provides rail service east to Toronto and west to London and Windsor, with trains running three times daily in both directions. For drivers, Woodstock is located at the junction of Highway 401 and Highway 403, allowing for two ways of accessing the GTA.

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