The Garrisons brings new-home affordability to Eastern Passage.
Life in Eastern Passage could easily be described as idyllic – a seaside community with a small-town feel, only a short commute to Halifax and bursting with breathtaking views. The area is made up of young families, empty-nesters, professional couples and military personnel, and you’ll usually find a sampling of these demographics enjoying ice cream on the boardwalk at Fishermen’s Cove, or sharing appetizers and laughs on the patio of one of the local eateries.
When it comes to the housing market in Eastern Passage, resale prices are reasonable and semi-detached units are plentiful, but for those seeking new, detached homes at affordable prices, there have historically been few options in the immediate area.
Introducing The Garrisons, a collection of 55 new split-entry and two-storey homes, in the existing subdivision of Erindale Estates. These homes are quality built, landscaped, and close to everything wonderful that Eastern Passage offers.
Split entry units, at 1422 square feet, offer three bedrooms and start at just $239,900. Two storey units, at 2244 square feet, feature a spacious lower level rec room and office, and start at just $279,900.
Though the homes are not yet completed, virtual tours and exterior renderings give buyers a feel for what to expect – a unique offering during the pre-construction phase. With a number of exterior and interior finishes to choose from, homebuyers have some input into the finished product, at prices far below those of custom homes.
If you’ve been seeking the hassle-free lifestyle of new home ownership, in a community ideal for raising children or spending your golden years, perhaps The Garrisons is just what you’ve been waiting for.
The Garrisons officially launches September 30 th , with a kick-off BBQ from 1-4 on Castlebridge Lane, featuring plenty of food, prizes, and fun for the entire family.
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