Summer Valley Homes | Caledon

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Summer Valley Homes is a new residential single homes subdivision coming soon to Mayfield Rd & Hurontario St in Caledon by Caivan.


Project: Summer Valley Homes | Caledon
Price: TBA
Completion: 2027
Storey: 3
Units: 81
Developer: Caivan
Address: 12197 Hurontario St, Brampton, ON L6Z 4P8

Summer Valley Homes | Caledon

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Summer Valley Homes Highlights 

Summer Valley Homes
  • Short drive to access Hwy 410 
  • Steps to Public Transit 
  • Minutes to access GO Transit 
  • Close to Bramalea City Centre Shopping Mall
  • Close to shopping, dining, schools, parks & much more 
  • Close to Sheridan College, major retail outlets, Heart Lake Conservation Park and so much more

Transit at Summer Valley Homes 

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With easy access to Highway 410, commuters can seamlessly access Highways 407, 401 & 403, making traveling throughout the GTA a breeze.

The town is also set to enhance its public transportation system with the upcoming

, which serves approximately 1.3 million people. Additionally, the town’s proximity to Brampton also means having convenient access to GO Transit and the Brampton Bus Transit system.

Location & Neighbourhood Summer Valley Homes

Summer Valley towns

Quaint local art studios, shops and boutiques, exquisite local restaurants, and convenient transit access surrounded by Summer Valley Homes. For nature-loving homebuyers, Summer Valley offers virtually endless hiking trails and pristine conservation areas – even equestrian parks.

Head out and enjoy exploring Cheltenham Badlands, Forks of the Credit Conservation Area, and the Belfountain Conservation Area, as well as more than 20 additional preserved natural areas within 30 minutes of the community.

Summer Valley Homes Developer 

CAIVAN Communities is an esteemed team of real estate builders and developers based in Ottawa. They have several real estate developments in their portfolio from stunning townhome communities to single homes and modern condominium buildings. They have set their sights on changing the shape of the cities they will occupy, including the Ottawa Region and the GTA.