36 spacious semi-detached homes situated around a new cul-de-sac in north Scarborough. Homes feature Big Family amenities including large family kitchens, 3 and 4 bedroom designs, master ensuites, separate side entrances and more.


A classically urban inspired townhome community conveniently located near to Sherway Gardens, highway access and the lakefront. These exceptional freehold townhomes feature hardwood floors, sunken living room, 12' high ceilings, 2 car parking and more!


A classically designed enclave of luxurious freehold townhomes in uptown Oakville featuring extra deep backyards, bright comfortable living and entertaining areas, and spacious country kitchens.

Brownstones of Brooklyn is a collection of eight charming, semi-detached Victorian townhomes located in the downtown east arts district at Queen and Pape.

Re: Brownstones of

“Purchasers want to move
in with every last detail
ready and livable so that
they can just go to work the next day – so that’s what we offer.”

  Rick Pottens, president, Brookstone Homes
The Toronto Star – May 1995

This upscale, urban, townhome community on Richmond Street, west of Niagara, led the way for development in the downtown west core. Homes feature third storey lofts with views to Lake Ontario.

Sold out in five weeks, this private enclave of 46 attractive, two-storey freehold townhomes is located at the corner of Humber College Blvd. and Finch.

Re: Humberpoint

“Sod was turned on the first townhouse development to take place in Rexdale in more than 10 years. Brookstone broke ground on its 46 unit townhome site…”

Etobicoke Guardian – October 1997

This intimate community of 51 quaint, three-storey condominium townhomes is located in the heart of downtown Brampton north from Queen on McMurchy.

Re: Queen West Village
“Brookstone Homes, an
experienced builder with projects
in Etobicoke and Toronto, has
unveiled its latest undertaking in
the heart of Brampton… first-time home owners…can own a new home in a community with its services, industries and amenities already in place.”

Brampton Guardian – June 1999