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New communities in Klienburg-Nobleton-King Area

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New communities in Klienburg-Nobleton-King Area

Area around Hwy 27 and North of Major Mackenzie is flush with many developers building new communities with mostly detached houses.

Purpose of this thread is to share experience on:

a) Pricing and deals.

b) Growth perspectives.

c) Property taxes.

d) Medical Facilities.

e) Schooling.

f) Public transport

g) Any other related item
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are these subdivisions just started selling ? $1M range and up ?
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booblehead wrote: are these subdivisions just started selling ? $1M range and up ?
That is correct. Average house price is around $1.2M.
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vindeep wrote: That is correct. Average house price is around $1.2M.
I never understand new developments like that. For that price you can get great houses at a better location. Why spend extra 200k-500k just because it's new?
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probably very spacious, like big yard and 60+ ft lot and perhaps, when the subdivision is fully finished, the value may go up to $2M
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booblehead wrote: probably very spacious, like big yard and 60+ ft lot and perhaps, when the subdivision is fully finished, the value may go up to $2M
Lulz.
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Bought a home in Kleinburg impressions community. My house was 878k for a 3215 with a walkout basement. This was in phase 1, purchased in Sept 2013 with a move in date of August 2014. To my knowledge no home has sold for more than 1 million on the impressions side.

Builders are already pricing in the appreciation, Kleinburg is a longer term play and will get more popular as amenities are brought in, and the 427 is extended to major Mackenzie by 2020. All things being constant, there is a higher probability of price appreciation in the Kleinburg area than already established suburbs.
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abc123yyz wrote: Bought a home in Kleinburg impressions community. My house was 878k for a 3215 with a walkout basement. This was in phase 1, purchased in Sept 2013 with a move in date of August 2014. To my knowledge no home has sold for more than 1 million on the impressions side.
I think people are referring to the homes actually in kleinburg just off Islington north of existing village of kleinburg

Those homes to the west around the railway are in Nashville/woodbridge
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LandKing wrote: I think people are referring to the homes actually in kleinburg just off Islington north of existing village of kleinburg

Those homes to the west around the railway are in Nashville/woodbridge
No they are talkin about the homes at hwy 27 just north of major Mackenzie, see original post. As for Nashville/Woodbridge. The town of Nashville was Amalgamated into the Kleinburg decades ago and no longer exists. Canada post recognizes those developments as Kleinburg as they are in the Kleinburg city limits.
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abc123yyz wrote: No they are talkin about the homes at hwy 27 just north of major Mackenzie, see original post. As for Nashville/Woodbridge. The town of Nashville was Amalgamated into the Kleinburg decades ago and no longer exists. Canada post recognizes those developments as Kleinburg as they are in the Kleinburg city limits.
Nope.. Woodbridge postal code for Nashville as stated by Canada post

And even the developer calls it Nashville and not kleinburg

http://www.taccdevelopments.com/nashville-heights.php

Here is the community plan for NASHVILLE as per city of Vaughan and developer for the block

http://www.taccdevelopments.com/images/ ... e_plan.pdf

Though I know some real estate agents and builders would want you to think its kleinburg lol
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Bro I used to live there. Nashville DOES NOT exist it became part of Kleinburg when the Nashville post office closed decades ago. Originally the postal code was designated as Woodbridge by Canada post, but that had been changed through councillor Iafrate. They do not have the same L0J postal code but they now have another postal code that is designated for kleinburg. Insurance companies and canada post recognize that area as Kleinburg. Which agrees to the city of Vaughan map as of 2004.
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Sorry to be the curmudgeon here, but isn't there a 'real estate' forum somewhere? This is personal finance, unless I got lost...
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VivienM wrote: Sorry to be the curmudgeon here, but isn't there a 'real estate' forum somewhere? This is personal finance, unless I got lost...
The personal finance forum IS the real estate forum

....despite many requests to the mods to create a dedicated real-estate sub-forum

So deal with it (*sunglasses on*)
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abc123yyz wrote: Bro I used to live there. Nashville DOES NOT exist it became part of Kleinburg when the Nashville post office closed decades ago. Originally the postal code was designated as Woodbridge by Canada post, but that had been changed through councillor Iafrate. They do not have the same L0J postal code but they now have another postal code that is designated for kleinburg. Insurance companies and canada post recognize that area as Kleinburg. Which agrees to the city of Vaughan map as of 2004.
they have a woodbridge postal code...as you say..they do not have kleinburg postal code

also ..as i posted...neither the city or developer call it kleinburg..it's nashville

only people calling it kleinburg are the builders and RE agents

did you bother to look at the 2014 map from developer and the city of vaughan I linked?

Kleinburg is purely marketing...much like Thornhill Woods or Upper Unionville

neither are Kleinburg, Thornhill or Unionville
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This is the boonies. I can't believe ppl pay 1M+ for livin in the sticks
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LandKing wrote: they have a woodbridge postal code...as you say..they do not have kleinburg postal code

also ..as i posted...neither the city or developer call it kleinburg..it's nashville

only people calling it kleinburg are the builders and RE agents

did you bother to look at the 2014 map from developer and the city of vaughan I linked?

Kleinburg is purely marketing...much like Thornhill Woods or Upper Unionville

neither are Kleinburg, Thornhill or Unionville
I did, and have seen that map before. No one is disputing that area was once called Nashville. It 100% is NOT Woodbridge. That area WOULD have been part of Nashville, if it did exist. Nashville became part of Kleinburg in the 1960's once there only post office closed down. That development is part of Kleinburg on the land that was once part of Nashville.

Your information is antiquated. Here is DIRECTLY FROM THE CANADA POST WEBSITE. I used to live on Card Lumber Crescent. NOTE THE KLEINBURG ADDRESS as per Canada Post. Kleinburg only used to have 1 postal code, now they have a few. Still designated as Kleinburg. Insurance/mail/documents etc.

1-33
odd CARD LUMBER CRES KLEINBURG ON L4H 3Y9
28-36
Even CARD LUMBER CRES KLEINBURG ON L4H 3Y9

This is pointless, if you don't agree now, we can agree to disagree. This is derailing the point of the thread.

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