Fresh Urban Living in the Visionary Village of Cachet Beamsville
As published by The Hamilton Spectator on April 15, 2017
By Laurie Wallace-Lynch
There’s no place like home, and who wouldn’t yearn to live in this visionary village with a picturesque backdrop of the Niagara Escarpment in the heart of Ontario’s wine country, close to all that Lake Ontario has to offer?
This generous slice of heaven is located within commuting distance to the GTA, making it the ideal place to call home. Living the good life in wine country is now a reality thanks to the masterplanned community of Cachet Beamsville, a new urban village boasting beautiful Edwardian and Victorian-inspired homes in historic Beamsville.
Cachet Beamsville is a community of freehold two-storey townhomes, freehold three-storey townhomes and single Village Manor homes. Illustrations and Artist Concept
“The latest housing news is all abuzz with families moving beyond the GTA for many reasons, including getting more value for their dollar, a more wholesome environment to raise their children and to take life a little easier,” says Mina Auciello, director of sales and marketing for Cachet Estate Homes. “Cachet Beamsville represents incredible value compared to the GTA, and even Hamilton and Stoney Creek. The Town of Beamsville has a laid back, country vibe with a lifestyle that is hard to beat — it’s chic country living with big city amenities close at hand.”
Founded in 1788 by Jacob Beam, the town of Beamsville is rich in history. In fact, Jacob Beam’s home from the 1790s, still exists as part of the town’s colonial heritage. Beamsville is a postcard perfect small Ontario town boasting a historic downtown with charming century-old brick buildings housing barber shops, bakeries, boutiques, restaurants and area businesses.
Paying homage to region’s rich heritage, Cachet Beamsville is designed with an Old Ontario appeal with Edwardian and Victorian-inspired elevations purposely set against the backdrop of the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Preserve, the Bruce Trail, and the rich agricultural area of the Niagara Region. Living in Cachet Beamsville, you will have a sense of belonging to a lovely, historical community that is the ideal spot for couples and families alike with the best of nature at your doorstep. Yet you are still close to the GO Bus Transit and QEW for easy city commutes.
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While the picturesque Victorian and Edwardian exteriors offer a nod to the past, the interiors are spacious and modern.
Cachet Beamsville consists of freehold two-storey townhomes from 1,359 to 1,850 sq. ft. and freehold three-storey townhomes boasting 2,152 to 2,368 sq. ft. The single family Village Manor homes are spacious at 1,955 to 2,985 sq. ft. All of the creature comforts you need are waiting to be discovered like popular open-concept kitchens and family rooms, convenient laundry rooms on the main or second floors, luxurious master suites with large closets and spa-like ensuites with glass showers, and family bathrooms.
Established in 1981, Cachet Estate Homes’ guiding principles have been based on a distinctive vision of how new homes should be crafted, combining innovative and authentic architectural design with superior craftsmanship, exceptional features and topnotch after-sales service.
Nestled in the heart of Ontario’s wine country, experience an intimate family community, rich in smalltown charm, connected to highways, GO Transit, local amenities and the good life!
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