Grimsby Luxury Townhouse Development 2017-03-07T22:23:03+00:00

New Grimsby luxury townhouse development by Schuit Homes

Register now for our newest community — VINTAGE luxury townhouse condos by Schuit Homes.

Nestled between beautiful Lake Ontario and the majestic Niagara Escarpment, the town of Grimsby is the perfect setting for a new luxury townhouse development.

The 18 new townhouses will comprise a mini-community to be called “Vintage” Luxury Residences.

Jerry Schuit, owner and visionary for the luxury home builder calls the new townhouses “a compliment to the surroundings and the ideal location for the discerning home owner looking for the perfect location.”

grimsby_Luxury_homesThe new townhouses will be located within walking distance of downtown Grimsby and central to shopping, recreation and attractions.

“Grimsby has a lot to offer and we’re confident that this location will appeal to those seeking luxury and comfort within close proximity to shopping, services and culture. These homes will offer contemporary design, luxury amenities and an outstanding location. It’s a win-win in every sense.”

Built in blocks of 5 homes, these new 2 story townhouse condos will front Main Street and parkland and feature privacy covered porches at their rear.

Project Manager and Partner In Design, Marco Martorano says that Schuit Homes expects to break ground in 2015.

Located on the tranquil shores of Lake Ontario, Grimsby is home to numerous cultural events and activities, well groomed parks and trails, sports and fitness facilities and a museum. With quick and easy access to a major highway corridor, Grimsby’s proximity is perfect.

“You’ll love the peace and relaxation of your new Schuit luxury townhouse but you’re minutes away from the QEW if you need access.”

Please complete the easy registration form on this page and bookmark www.schiuthomes.com to follow our progress and stay up to date.

“Vintage” Luxury Residences from Schuit Homes — coming soon to Grimsby, Ontario.

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