This oft-repeated quote from the 1989 film Field of Dreams isn’t always true in the world of community development. It’s not enough to put up houses on a few streets and call it a subdivision. There are so many pieces to connect before the puzzle comes together to form a place where people are proud to live. Enter Governor’s Brook. This Spryfield community has become one of the hottest selling subdivisions in Halifax for a number of reasons, particularly location, quality, and price.
Only ten minutes from downtown Halifax, and surrounded by conservation land and a well-maintained trail system, Governor’s Brook is a quiet oasis in a bustling city. Neighbours host barbeques, children play in backyards, and leashed dogs sniff their way along sidewalks. Views of the Halifax Harbour and downtown sit in stunning contrast to sightings of deer and the sounds of coyotes howling at night.
Affordable luxury has always been a big draw in Governor’s Brook. But what is affordable luxury? Is it just an industry buzzword? ATN Homes, Amara Developments, Bowers Construction, FH Developments, Picket Fence Homes, Red Fern Builders, Stonewater Homes and Supreme Homes prove that it’s much more than a marketing gimmick, it’s a reality. These builders have created thoughtfully crafted homes in Governor’s Brook, without a single detail overlooked. Right down to the finishes, these homes are a space where people want to relax, entertain, raise children, and enjoy life. And they are offered at prices that make this community accessible to first time homebuyers and growing families.
Buyers have flocked to Governor’s Brook at a staggering rate, but a few stunning and reasonably priced homes still remain. If you think that your first home should also be your dream home, maybe Governor’s Brook is the perfect place for you.
New homes in Governor’s Brook start at $275,000. Visit www.governorsbrook.com for more information on the area and the builders.
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