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Welcome to Richmond Hill Grace. A beautiful enclave of Urban and Traditional townhomes minutes from Yonge Street and off Jefferson Side Road by Grand Grace Developments. Fantastic features include a large sunlit interior, private rooftop terraces, flex plans for home office and more.
Contemporary and luxurious 2 and 3-bedroom Modern and Traditional townhomes ranging from 885 sq.ft. to 1369 sq.ft. Elegant entryways lead to open concept floor plans designed to maximize living space inside and out. Exquisite kitchens, large bedrooms, sunlit living areas and room to create a home office and homework nooks. Every townhome is adorned with beautiful balconies and rooftop terraces with panoramic views.
Some of the most scenic cycling and hiking trails are within minutes from Richmond Hill Grace. The newly-designed Lake Wilcox Park boasts a lakefront walking trail. Moraine Park, William Bond Park and Ozark Park are connected by pathways and trails that lead to the Oak Ridges Corridor Conservation Reserve, an important link to the Oak Ridges Moraine. Explore this 175-plus hectare ecological gem on foot, bike or cross country skis – it’s right outside your door!
Why Richmond Hill?
Richmond Hill is a town located in the southern portion of York Region, Ontario, Canada. Its population is approximately 200,000. In just five years the city grew by over 23%. The town in recent years has seen a considerable population upsurge, being Canada’s fastest-growing community in the 1990s. It is an affluent town with a large number of people employed in areas of business, finance, industry and healthcare. Richmond Hill has 166 parks, of which most are small urban parks and 544 hectares of undeveloped natural areas for recreation. The town has an affluent community with more than 52% of families reporting incomes of greater than $70,000 and over 31% of households reporting incomes higher than $100,000. The average household income in Richmond Hill is $100,900 which is 34% higher than the Canadian average and 26% higher than the provincial average.