CENTREPARK A RARE FIND


Centrepark"It's the perfect location for those that want all the urban conveniences, but not live in the middle of it all. Centrepark, situated on a tranquil cul-de-sac, is nestled into Richmond Park, so it's surrounded by lush greenscape."

"... there's no compromise when it comes to quality. These two-storey all-clay brick homes create a fabulous streetscape... Homes also have parking for two cars, with a single-car garage that provides plenty of extra storage."

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New Homes & Condo GTA
October 9, 2006


NEW HOMES IN OLDER AREA

"A north Scarborough infill development is proving popular with buyers from the local neighbourhood looking to move up to a larger, new house."

"The site is on a private cul de sac, at the corner of Sandhurst Circle and White Heather Blvd., with only one road in and out, ensuring there will be minimal traffic... There are numerous established amenities in the area, including public transit, restaurants, shopping and schools. The Woodside Square Shopping Mall is in close proximity and Highway 401 is seven minutes south by car."


The Toronto Star
August 19, 2006


HOME BUILDER BOOSTS CHARITY

“Tomorrow, the Life Hike 2002 will raise funds for Surviving Strep – Strategies for Life (SS-SFL) and Brookstone Homes is one of the sponsors…”

“I think that corporate values and social action are increasingly important for
business success,” says Mr. Pottens. “These days it’s not enough to only provide well-priced, quality goods and first-rate service. I believe the more intelligent socially aware consumers of today expect businesses to contribute to the social good.”

The Globe and Mail
June 2002
Catherine Mulvale, her daughter Jordanne, Oakville Mayor Ann Mulvale
and Rick Pottens, president of Brookstone Homes.
TOWNHOMES HAVE DEEP LOTS

“When builder Rick Pottens drove past a vacant Oakville lot a year ago, he had a vision. I saw an opportunity to build a private enclave of townhomes… The homes, which Pottens describes as a hint of Victorian and early Canadiana, have board-and-batten siding as an accent on the upper floor, with clay brick below… The street is designed with a cul-de-sac at each end to minimize traffic...The townhouses went on the market last weekend. So far, 10 out of the 56 units have sold.”

The Toronto Star
May 2002
 

DEEP BACK YARDS ON THE RAVINE
“With more than 20 years of experience, Rick Pottens, president of
Brookstone Homes, seeks out sites that provide existing amenities for new homebuyers. According to Mr. Pottens, “Purchasers have told me time and again, that easy access to existing amenities is one of the most influential factors in purchasing a new home. Purchasers don’t want to wait for years experiencing the disruption of ongoing construction while the community infrastructure is put in place.”

The Globe and Mail
April 2002