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Windfall is Here at Last – Mar/Apr2016

Windfall is Here at Last - Mar/Apr2016

Semi and detached homes next to Blue Mountain Village

The community at Windfall Blue Mountain is an inspired enclave of semi-detached and detached mountain homes, developed by Georgian International and set in one of Ontario’s most glorious landscapes. It’s so perfectly incorporated that the community looks like it has always been here. Of the 148 acres, one-third is dedicated to parks, ponds, trails and a nature preservation area. Even the streets are designed to curve and dip, just so, giving walkers and drivers a gorgeous experience throughout. With an invitation to explore, to play and to relax, the homes of Windfall will inspire your whole lifestyle.


Windfall is the centre of everything you love about life in the Blue Mountains, starting with great neighbours. The Village is just a stone’s throw away, where you can shop, ski, stroll, or claim a day just for you and luxuriate in the waters of the award-winning Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain.


Distinctive yet unpretentious, sophisticated and timeless, the artful architecture of the homes are the work of William Hicks of Hicks Partners, also responsible for some of Canada’s most distinguished projects. As a modern and eco-friendly interpretation of the romantic Georgian Bay cabin and chalet designs of the region, Windfall’s bungalow, bungaloft and two-storey designs are timelessly sophisticated.


Each home, like every aspect of Windfall’s planning, design and construction, has been thought out with meticulous attention to detail. The position of each residence, the selected colour palettes that ensure each relates beautifully to one another and to the environment, nothing has been overlooked.


At the heart of this community, the Shed is a barn-inspired yet architecturally striking hub where residents can gather year-round to enjoy the fellowship of others who value the good life.


From the many sporting activities available, including skiing, golf, cycling and hiking, to the siren call of the nearby historic villages and all the art galleries and eateries they offer, to its proximity to major retail and modern healthcare services in nearby Collingwood, this area is the ideal combination of secluded and social. The longest freshwater beach in the world is just down the road in Wasaga Beach.


Ontario’s favourite fourseason playground is practically on its doorstep, and the endlessly awe-inspiring Georgian Bay provides nourishment for body and soul, with a wealth of outdoor activities and stunning views.

Windfall currently presents in two united and yet distinct phases: the sold-out Phase I is 37 exclusive detached homes beside an expansive nature preserve, with first residents’ enjoying the opportunity to live next to a stream and wildlife corridor, greenbelt and woods. The 52 semi-detached and detached homes of Phase II offer the convenience of a location at the entrance of the neighbourhood, adjacent to the nature corridor, with scenic walking trails that connect to the Spa and Blue Mountain’s newest ski runs and life, The Orchards.

Semi-detached and detached mountain homes at Windfall range from the high $300,000s to the mid $500,000s.

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