Vintage beauty, modern benefits

With 4 different display homes in the Brighton Parade, Homes by Dream Marketing organizer Kelli Coons states with ageless artesian design and practical layout,  the parade homes represent Dream’s new character series.

There are 6 layouts in the Character Series, each expressing a different architectural style: Arts and Crafts, Tudor, Colonial, Artisan and Victorian. Four of those homes are in the Brighton Parade: the Juno, the Owen, the Hugo and the Milo. “The remaining two models– the Charlie and the Parker– are presently being constructed,” states Coons.

Starting at $349,900, layout size of the houses range between 1051 and 1501 square feet. “All of the Character Series houses come move-in prepared,” states Coons. Included in the house cost is most major home appliances, blinds for windows and front and backyard landscaping design

“There are three standard design packages, along with two platinum upgrade packages. As individuals go through the parade houses, they can compare the various alternatives,” says Coons.

The Juno is the first house visitors will see when visiting Dream’s parade houses. This two-storey, 1,501 square foot Craftsman home, located at 211 Secord Way is among Dream’s platinum upgrade plans.

Getting in from the covered veranda, you’re introduced to a dining location that is front-facing . The hub of this open space is the kitchen, a core feature is the extended island with an integrated bar for eating.
This modern kitchen is fitted with Caesarstone quartz counters, a glass tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances by Dream’s design team.

Overlooking the landscaped yard, the adjacent living room offers a peaceful area to relax. The mixed mudroom/laundry location opposite to the kitchen offers extra storage, as well as convinient access to the back deck and garage site. On the second floor, there’s a generous master bedroom with a walk-in closet and two other bedrooms. The Juno’s en-suite is particularly welcoming, including a dual sink vanity, walk-in shower, and separate soaker tub.

Next door, located at 215 Second Way sits the Owen parade house. This Tudor-style home offers a more traditional setup, with a large forward-viewing living area and a spacious country-inspired kitchen looking out to the backyard. The upper floor is tactically planned so that there is an excellent separation between the three bedrooms, with the owner’s suite having a nice degree of privacy from the two secondary bedrooms.

“The interior of the Owen is rather modern. Each of the Dream parade homes offers a unique appearance; it matches the outside landscaping well,” says Coons.

Homes by Dream is currently building a “total street” of Character Series homes, located on Secord Bend. “Purchasers will be able to move into those houses at the same time as the rest of their neighbours. Landscaping will be completed front and back. People will truly feel like they’re moving into a total area,” says Coons.

The adjacent Brighton Information Centre offers substantial details about the master planned area. Experience the future of Brighton through virtual reality glasses and check out the many display home sites.

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