The Woodside is the ideal home for families who love to entertain. The open concept kitchen, dining room and great room easily accommodates large gatherings. Impress your guests with either a butler’s pantry or a large walk-in pantry as they gather around your corner island. The second floor provides the perfect spot to relax with four to five bedrooms. The master suite features a spa-inspired luxury ensuite with optional adjoining lounge or nursery.
Artist’s concept only. Construction of dwelling may not be exactly as shown. Some features shown may be optional extras at additional cost. Exterior elevations, renderings or sketches are subject to architectural controls, the availability of materials to the Vendor during the construction of the Dwelling, and site conditions. Some windows shown on side elevations may not be available due to the applicable side yard setback. Accordingly, all details, dimensions, treatments, specifications and fea- tures shown may be changed by the Vendor, the Municipality, the Developer or the Vendor's control architect, in their sole and unfettered discretion at any time without notice. Actual usable floor space may vary from the stated floor area. Due to site conditions and engineering or structural requirements, individual room dimensions may vary. Square footage is measured using the methods and tolerances prescribed by Bulletin 22 published by the Tarion Warranty Corporation. To view the accept- able measures and tolerances, please visit builder bulletin 22 at www.tarion.com. Some windows shown on side elevations may not be available due to the applicable side yard setback. Features identified as “Optional” or “Opt” are an additional cost, and may not be available based on the stage of construction of the home. The location of fixtures such as electrical panels, hot water tanks, sump pumps or furnaces may change due to site conditions or engineering requirements. Features shown “where grade permits” or “subject to grading” may not be available based on the grading of the land, and may in some cases require adjacent floor areas to be lowered by one riser, or “sunken”.