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5 Reasons You Need to Buy a New Home at Tiny Beaches Enclave

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Tiny Beaches Enclave by ICFhome.ca offers a country setting to call home within the rural hamlet of Lafontaine, Ontario. There are six custom estate homes available (one is already sold), all of which are nestled next to beautiful beaches of Georgian Bay.

For those who are already familiar with ICFhome.ca’s impeccable reputation for building high-quality custom homes, this would be enough info to get you in the door of a show home. For those who have not had the pleasure of living within ICFhome.ca community, we have five pretty convincing reasons why you should change that.

1. Ideal Lake Location

Tiny Beaches Enclave offers a small town feel without completely secluding you from the amenities you need and desire. All the shops, dining, schools and cultural venues like theatres and museums of Midland and Barrie are a short drive away. Also, Toronto is only 90 minutes away, and Pearson International Airport is within 100 minutes.

The beach is right across the street from your home; traffic is next to non-existent and taxes are at one of the lowest rates in Ontario.

2. All Homes Are Energy Efficient

We incorporated many “green features” into every one of our new homes, from souped-up insulation to 98% efficient “on demand water heater”.

You will be surprised how affordable your energy bills are! You will never worry about the heating bill because it is so affordable. And best of all, you will never be cold! Heated floors will see to that.

3. Less Work, More Play

Though the price new construction may be more expensive than a resale home on the front end, a new home may need fewer repairs and replacements since everything is brand new. Plus, new homes come with many different warranties.

At the same time, our new homes are engineered specifically to minimize maintenance requirements. For example, we use stone, aluminum or composite products for a home’s exterior instead of wood, which could rot or need repainting.

So, forget repair and maintenance. You will not need to do any of those for years to come. Go out and play!

4. Better More Open Design

People’s needs are changing rapidly. If your builder is building the same home, he was five years ago; it’s time for a change.

Some of the new home trends that are gaining popularity are drop zones off the garage entry, cell phone charging stations, large floating kitchen islands open to the “Grand Room”, spacious master showers, and flex space – a place for a media room or family entertainment room.

There’s less emphasis on formal rooms, and more emphasis on quality.

5. An Abundance Of Activities

Georgian Bay and the surrounding trails offer opportunities for all sorts of activities, including canoeing, swimming, picnicking, and fishing for trout. The trails and woods are also ideal for four-season recreational activities, such as bird-watching, hiking, cycling, and cross-country skiing.

Whatever you dream up for your new custom home, ICFhome.ca’s professional Design Team can make it a reality. Our design experts will work with you every step of the way, assisting in the selection of every feature and finish so that your home best reflects your unique personality. From the exterior to the interior, your home represents your family’s nature, and ICFhome.ca can help make it shine.

After those five reasons, you must be itching to learn more about how you can call Tiny Beaches Enclave home. To visit us or to book your private appointment call 1-866 868-6606

Prices start in the $350,000s. 

Sorry, all the homes at Tiny Beaches Enclave are sold!

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