Since the town of Sharon is near and dear to my heart as it was a place me and my family called home, I focus much attention on this quaint community. This former village, incorporated into the municipality of the Town of East Gwillimbury is most notably known for being home to the Sharon Temple and comedian John Candy. With much of the area being developed in the mid- to late-‘80s, the community is growing once again.
Dorsay Development Corporation is currently constructing the Sharon West Lands just west of Leslie Street in Sharon. This 98-acre parcel of land located at 18754 Leslie St. will be home to the area’s newest low-rise residential community.
Purchased in June of 2005 the Draft Plan for this approved community was approved by council in 2010 and a drive by the location will show that construction is moving along nicely.
In addition to 360 low-rise homes, Sharon West Lands will also feature an elementary school, park and natural heritage system.
This area is a great place for people to purchase if they are looking for the conveniences of a city house in a country home setting. Close to Newmarket to the south and other small communities such as Queensville to the north, Mount Albert to the east and Holland Landing to the west, Sharon is serviced by York Region Transit and GO Transit through East Gwillimbury, so it is also ideal for folks who commute south for work.
Built by Dorsay Development Corporation, which has a commitment to constructing unique and pleasant environments, the community is one that is sure to be well planned and that will enhance the lifestyle of residents.
To find out more about this development, visit the Dorsay Development Corporation online. Or contact me directly at 289-338-0767 to learn more about the vibrant community I would love to help you call home.