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Howard Park 2 Condos is a new preconstruction condo development by Triumph Developments located at Dundas Street West & Howard Park in Toronto.

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HOWARD PARK 2 CONDOS

  1. 1. Broker Package AN EXCLUSIVE OFFERING INTENTED FOR A SELECT FEW
  2. 2. A community within a community Inspired by the famous Mountain Dwellings in Copenhagen, Howard Park Phase 2 offers 96 modern, sustainable residences with balconies, oversized terraces and private gardens. A striking counterpoint of industrial and organic, urban and natural, its staggered terraces are covered with greenery, rising above Roncesvalles Village like a lush green hill. HOWARD PARK PHASE 1 IS SOLD OUT AND NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION! Triumph Developments is now proceeding with the second part of their thoughtfully planned infill project. Brilliantly located at Howard Park Ave and Roncesvalles Ave, it’s in the heart of Toronto’s charming Roncey Village and close to the vibrant Dundas West and College West strips. GET READY TO STEP IT UP A NOTCH.
  3. 3. City living that’s a step up The two phases of Howard Park share a private communal space as their focal point. Inspired by traditional European courtyards, it’s a place where residents can chill, converse and interact with nature – and with their neighbours. Designed by renowned Toronto landscape architects Ferris + Associates, the big, elegantly manicured space acts as refuge for the Howard Park community. Sleek, contemporary seating invites you to sit down and read in the sun. Barbecues are readily available for a little warm-weather grilling – in fact, the area is just right for impromptu parties and get-togethers. The courtyard is more than just a front lawn. It’s a unique entrance to a one-of-a-kind residence, designed to be used, shared and enjoyed. The whole building is designed with the same friendly, interactive vibe. Welcoming public and amenities spaces invite conversation, interaction and human contact.
  4. 4. Inspired design Like Howard Park’s well-received initial phase, Phase 2 is inspired by the award- winning Mountain Dwellings building by Bjarke Ingles Group (BIG) in Copenhagen and the ACROS Fukuoka in Tenjin, Japan. These distinctive buildings feature landscaping on each stepped storey; they look like they’ve been carved out of the side of a mountain, temples built by human hands but half-claimed by nature. Howard Park’s design evokes the nature-meets-the-city appeal of Copenhagen’s landmark building. Raw Design has designed a similarly stepped design and focus on green building and environmentally-friendly living. Bold metal cladding and staggered terraces create a stepped hillside with lush landscaping at every level; the textured metal on the building’s exterior allows vines to grow over it and create an organic “wall” of foliage. A watering system collects rainwater and uses it to sustain the roof gardens in dry periods. Indoors and out. Imagine cooking with gas in your suite. This a pleasant surpise – and a dream come true for foodies, chefs and lovers of all things grilled. Gas hook-ups are also standard on oversized terraces and take living outdoors to another level. This makes Howard Park 2 extraordinary. Urban art. Rustic corten steel makes an everlasting impression with a striking living wall incorporating various angular planes, accented further with green foilage. The theme is carried to the main canopy of the lobby at Howard Park.
  5. 5. Design that refreshes Both phases of Howard Park are located on a formerly industrial/commercial site that has always made the southern stretch of Roncesvalles Ave. feel very separated from everything north of Howard Park, and has cut the neighbourhood off from Dundas Street heading east. THE THOUGHTFUL ARCHITECTURE OF HOWARD PARK IS CHANGING ALL OF THAT. The new development, with a design that matches the residential scale and character of the neighbourhood, is completely revitalizing this west-end pocket. It’s merging the neighbourhood in with the vital appeal of Roncy Village to the south, and knitting Roncesvalles back into Dundas, an area coming into its own with burgeoning shops, restaurants and businesses.
  6. 6. High Park WestPond Lake Ontario Grenadier Pond OssingtonDufferinLansdowne Dundas West KeeleHigh ParkRunnymede McCormick Recreation Centre St. Joseph’s Health Centre H Sorauren Avenue Park Columbus Parkette MacGregor Playground Masaryk Park Dufferin Grove Park Rennie Park RunnymedeRd. WindemereAve. RONCESVALLES SoraurenAve. LandsdowneAve. DufferinSt. OssingtonAve. ParksideDr. Bloor St. West Ritchie Ave. Queen St. West Ki S W College St. Dundas St. West HOWARD PARK High Park Blvd. Gardiner Expressway Lake Shore Blvd.West The Queensway DovercourtRd. BLOOR WEST VILLAGE BLOOR WEST RONCESVALLES VILLAGE QUEEN WEST N Toronto’s most livable, lovable ‘hood Casually hip with a warm, creative vibe, Roncesvalles Village (Roncey to locals) is a vibrant neighbourhood filled with lovely century homes, quirky shops and galleries, and great restaurants. The area has historically been home to Toronto’s Polish community, and still features fragrant European delis, Polish bookstores and businesses, and the annual Roncesvalles Village Polish Festival. Roncesvalles Avenue is the main drag in this appealing urban village, and it’s a great place to just wander and explore. Small bookstores, intimate coffeehouses and great boutiques line the street – most are independently owned, and the complete absence of chain stores means you can find memorable meals, fashions by local designers, handcrafted items and other unique experiences. And though it’s a little removed from downtown, it’s close to everything you need. Streetcars on newly refurbished tracks go right past your door to Dundas West subway. Tree-lined side streets with immaculate family homes lead to High Park, Toronto’s favourite outdoor destination. Trendy Parkdale and the waterfront are both just a short walk away. It’s down-to-earth yet sophisticated. Historic yet hip. Roncey is the perfect balance of big city and small town. And now that the city has finished its long-awaited rebuild of Roncesvalles Avenue, it’s better and more vital than ever – and it really is the perfect neighbourhood to call home.
  7. 7. Toronto’s most livable, lovable ‘hood The Polish Festival The neighbourhood is the cultural centre of Toronto’s Polish community, filled with Polish restaurants, delis and shops. You’ll see the sign “Mówimy po polsku” (we speak Polish) in plenty of storefronts. It’s the site of the annual Roncesvalles Village Polish Festival, the largest Polish event in North America. The festival is the perfect opportunity to check out clothes and crafts, sample amazing food (you haven’t lived until you’ve tried potato and cheese perogies), listen to live music, and polka into the night. Hipster hangout Second-run flicks at the Revue Cinema. Fair trade coffee at Alternative Grounds. Retro cocktails at The Waverley, a busy bistro described as “New York-meets-Paris in the ’40s.” BBQ ribs, dripping with authenticity, at Barque. Roncey is hipster heaven, with countless of-the-moment bars, trendy shops and clever little boutiques. And it’s all beautifully balanced by all the original Polish butchers, bakers and restaurants who still thrive among the boutiques, Shopping that’s truly local Everything you need is here. Roncesvalles Avenue and Dundas Street are lined with small businesses – coffee shops and coffee shops, grocers, specialty food shops, health food stores, organic shops, book and music purveyors, hardware stores, lawyers, doctors and dentists are all close by. Shiny new streets After a complete reconstruction, completed in 2011, the main drag has new sidewalks, sewers, water mains, streetcar tracks, transit stops, bike lanes and more. The trees, which used to be in planters, have been replaced at ground level, offering a more natural streetscape. Serious green space High Park, Toronto’s biggest green space, is just a few blocks west. That’s 400 rolling acres of dog-walking, hill-running, pond-skating, picnic-eating splendour, just minutes from home.
  8. 8. Transit central FROM HERE, YOU CAN GET ANYWHERE – UPTOWN, DOWNTOWN, AND EVEN THE AIRPORT. Howard Park is connected to the whole city, and when you live here, getting around is easy. The 504 streetcar stops right at your door and delivers you to Dundas West subway station in under five minutes – on a nice day, it’s a 10-minute walk. Then there’s the GO train station, located at Bloor and Dundas, which will get you to Union Station in 15 minutes or less. And finally, there’s Union Pearson Express (currently under construction), which will stop at the Bloor GO station, at Dundas. Slated to be ready by the 2015 Pan Am Games, this innovative rail link service goes from Union to the airport in 25 minutes (less if you get on at Bloor from Howard Park2). No buses, no transfers, no pricey taxis. Just a quick, straight, completely comfortable ride to your flight. B L O O R - D U N D A S W E S T O N U N I O N S T A T I O N T O R O N T O P E A R S O N Access it all The central location of HP2 allows access to UPExpress, Go Train and TTC Subway to go anywhere in the city. Lake Ontario
  9. 9. Live green You’ll see green thinking at work from before you even enter the building. Set back comfortably from the street, the design creates an inviting space with striking sculptural elements; Inspired by the Mountain by Bjarke Ingles (BIG) in Copenhagen, incorporating gardens and greenery to offset carbon emissions and provide a lush, green view from inside and out. A green roof offers improved insulation, reduces stormwater runoff, prevents heat island effect, reoxygenates the air and processes airborne toxins. The plants themselves offer great insulation for the residences as they grow over the facades, they shade the space and interact beautifully with the architecture, creating new shapes and textures every season. Triumph Development has put every effort into creating a beautiful building that reduces its own carbon footprint and helps condo residents live sustainably every day. Powered by the planet In addition, Howard Park uses geothermal energy –the buildings are heated and cooled with sustainable, renewable energy that’s clean, easy to access and affordable. Geothermal energy harnesses the heat of the earth. Pipes are placed deep into the ground to where the temperature is warm and steady (past the frost line) and they conduct that energy back up to the surface, where it provides heating and cooling that’s inexpensive, constant and planet-friendly. No greenhouse gases, no carbon emissions. Just clean comfort, all year round. Why green? Why build green? The building industry has a tremendous impact on the environment. We see it as our responsibility to offset that impact as much as we can. That’s why Howard Park is all about building – and living – sustainably. To that end, we are incorporating the following green features. • Following LEED best practices in construction • Green roof offers improved insulation, reduces stormwater runoff, prevents heat island effect, reoxygenates the air and processes airborne toxins • Low-water landscaping with drought-resistant native plants • Close to TTC routes • Abundant covered bicycle storage to encourage healthy living • On-site sorting of garbage and recyclables • High-quality, energy-efficient operable windows • Highly efficient mechanical system • Dual-flush toilets, water-saving showerheads and low-flow faucets • Low VOC paints and non-toxic carpets • Energy-efficient lighting in units and common areas • Locally-sourced finishes from inventive and eco conscious suppliers • Energy Star™ appliances
  10. 10. Triumph team Triumph Developments Over 25 years ago, brothers Mario and Francisco Ribeiro started a construction company to serve Toronto builders. They provided top quality construction services to the industry’s most elite builders, and were instrumental in the creation some of the city’s best known condos. With that experience under their belts, becoming developers themselves was a natural transition. Today, Triumph Developments is an industry leader with a keen focus on quality, eco-conscious construction practices, actively developing sites in their favourite Toronto neighbourhoods. Known for their integrity and attention to detail, Triumph has made a name for itself as a residential developer of infill sites – and as a company that cares about quality. Their first big success was Roncesvalles Lofts at 25 Ritchie, a popular building located just around the corner from the Howard Park site. Small and thoughtfully planned, this project is frequently mentioned by Heritage Toronto as a great example of a heritage rebuild. Triumph is uniquely committed to building green. For them, it’s not just about jumping on the environmental bandwagon. They go above and beyond the city’s environmental requirements, and strive to create spaces and communities that are fresh, sustainable, and beautiful. 25 RITCHIE - completed by Triumph Developments / 2008 RAW design / architect Winner of the Ontario Association of Architects’ award for Best Emerging Practice in 2009, RAW is at the forefront of Toronto building design, creating projects that have become the benchmark for design excellence, here and around the world. Known for their international sensibility and tremendous local experience, RAW use new ideas and technologies to meet the realities of limited resources and budgets. They push the boundaries of urban form to create amazing structures that are beautiful – and beautifully sustainable. Javlee Construction / project management For over 40 years, the experts at Javlee Construction have been involved in all aspects of project development and construction management in a diverse range of projects involving commercial restoration, renovation, and new residential and commercial construction. They have built numerous residential developments throughout Toronto, including 33 Delise, 66 Portland, 455 Adelaide and the flagship Harry Rosen store. They are currently building Phase 1 of the already iconic Howard Park community. Milborne Real Estate Inc. / sales team Milborne Real Estate Inc. is one of Canada's leading real estate brokerage firms. The company has successfully sold over 50,000 residential units, in over 500 developments in Toronto, where they are headquartered, and throughout North America. This achievement represents over ten billion dollars in sales. Milborne has an industry-wide reputation as being the dominant force in Canadian sales and marketing of urban and resort condominiums and communities, residential/hotel condominiums, and commercial condominiums. The Walsh Group / creative+strategy The creative design firm responsible for marketing of multiple successful condo and loft conversion projects in Toronto, Walsh works closely with developers to help them realize their vision and communicate it effectively to prospective buyers. Under the creative direction of Shakeel Walji, the firm is focused on creating bold brands, influencing the built form, initiating fresh ideas, and developing designs that have a strong visual presence in the marketplace.
  11. 11. f dw walk-in closet d w living | dining 11’1” x 23’1” bedroom 8’5” x 11’3” terrace 105 sf juliet balcony 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 ONE BEDROOM 541 SF PLUS JULIET BALCONY LEVEL 3 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 4 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE 316, 416, 516, 614 SHOWN 212 - 105 SF TERRACE 13 14 15 16171819 20 21 22 23 24 LEVEL 6
  12. 12. f dw d w balcony 97 sf living | dining 13’1” x 24’4” bedroom 8’6” x 11’2” terrace 130 sf roof garden 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 ONE BEDROOM 716 SF PLUS 97 SF BALCONY LEVEL 3 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 4 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 211 - 130 SF TERRACE 315, 415, 515, 613 SHOWN 13 14 15 16171819 20 21 22 23 24 LEVEL 6 PHASE 1
  13. 13. w d f dw bedroom 9’6” x 10’0” living | dining 15’0” x 13’2” den 7’7” x 13’3” balcony 27 sf 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 ONE BEDROOM + DEN 579 SF PLUS 27 SF BALCONY LEVEL 3 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 4 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1
  14. 14. w d f dw bedroom 9’6” x 10’0” living | dining 14’6” x 15’7” balcony 27 sf den 7’7” x 10’10” 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 ONE BEDROOM + DEN 594 SF PLUS 27 SF BALCONY LEVEL 3 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 4 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1
  15. 15. f dw w d balcony 65 sf terrace 159 sf living | dining 9’10” x 17’0” den 9’10” x 8’5” bedroom 9’7” x 11’7” 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 ONE BEDROOM + DEN 665 SF PLUS 65 SF BALCONY LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 4 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 317, 417, 517 SHOWN 213 - 159 SF TERRACE 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 LEVEL 5 PHASE 1
  16. 16. w d f dw living | dining 21’0” x 9’0” den 10’1” x 5’9” bedroom 9’10” x 11’1” balcony 67 sf 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 13 14 15 16171819 20 21 22 23 24 ONE BEDROOM + DEN 747 SF PLUS 67 SF BALCONY LEVEL 3 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 6 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 4 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1
  17. 17. d wfdw pantry shelf bedroom 2 9’4” x 9’10” master bedroom 11’10” x 9’4” living | dining 12’9” x 18’4” den 12’2” x 6’6” balcony 72 sf balcony 72 sf balcony 72 sf 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 HOWARD PARK AVE RONCESVALLESAVE 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 TWO BEDROOM + DEN 862 SF PLUS 216 SF BALCONIES LEVEL 3 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 4 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1
  18. 18. f dw d w living 14’5” x 8’6” dining 12’2” x 11’2” den 7’3” x 8’0” master bedroom 8’11” x 10’5” bedroom 2 8’11” x 8’0” balcony 48 sf 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 TWO BEDROOM + DEN 967 SF PLUS 48 SF BALCONY LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE PHASE 1 PHASE 1
  19. 19. w d f dw living 14’11” x 12’5” dining 11’7” x 12’5” master bedroom 12’0” x 9’3” bedroom 2 9’1” x 8’4” den 8’5” x 7’11” balcony 72 sf balcony 72 sf 11 12 13 1415161718192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. 15 16 17 181920212223124 25 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 1819202122232425 26 27 28 29 30 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 TWO BEDROOM + DEN 1,114 SF PLUS 144 SF BALCONIES LEVEL 3 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 4 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1 PHASE 1
  20. 20. f dw d w niche den 9’7” x 12’1” master bedroom 12’3” x 11’5” bedroom 2 10’1” x 9’5” balcony 26 sf balcony 26 sf terrace 267 sf living | dining 20’1” x 17’8” 15 16 17 18192021222324 25 26 27 28 29 30 All sizes and specifications are subject to change without notice. E.&O.E. LEVEL 4 RONCESVALLESAVE HOWARD PARK AVE TWO BEDROOM + DEN 1,222 SF PLUS 52 SF BALCONIES PLUS 267 SF TERRACE PHASE 1
  21. 21. Features & Finishes Multimedia Technology _ Rough-in wiring for telephone and internet outlets in kitchen, living/dining room, den and bedroom† _ Rough-in wiring for cable TV outlets in living room, master bedroom, and secondary bedroom† Peace of Mind _ Surveillance cameras in select areas of underground garage _ Motion-controlled lights in garbage chutes rooms and other applicable areas _ In-suite sprinkler _ In-suite hard wired smoke detector _ Electronic access control system for recreation amenities, parking garage and other common areas _ Electronic communication system located in the secure main vestibule. Guests can be viewed on the resident’s television _ Individual suite metering for measuring hydro and gas consumption _ Full TARION Warranty Coverage † as per plan * as per condo budget _ Natural products (i.e. granite, wood and marble) are subject to natural variations in colour and grain. tile is subject to pattern, shade and colour variations _ If the unit is at a stage of construction which will enable the Vendor to permit the Purchaser to make colour and material choices from the Vendor’s standard selections, then the Purchaser shall have until the Vendor’s date designated by the Vendor (of which the Purchaser shall be given seven (7) days prior notice) to properly complete the Vendor’s colour and material selection form. If the Purchaser fails to do so within such time period, the Vendor may irrevocably exercise the Purchaser’s rights to colour and material selections hereunder and such selections shall be binding upon the Purchaser. No changes whatsoever shall be permitted in colours or materials so selected by the Vendor, except that the Vendor shall have the right to substitute other materials and items for those provided in this Schedule provided that such materials and items are of quality to or better than the materials and items setout herein _ The Purchaser acknowledges that there shall be no reduction in the price or credit for any standard feature listed herein which is omitted at the Purchaser’ request; _ References to model types or model numbers refer to current manufacturers models. If these types or models change, the Vendor shall provide an equivalent model; _ All dimensions, if any, are approximate. Actual useable floor space may vary from the stated floor area, if so stated; _ All specifications and materials are subject to change without notice E. & O.E.; _ Pursuant to this Agreement or this Schedule or pursuant to a supplementary agreement or purchaser order, the Purchaser may have requested the Vendor to construct an additional feature within the unit which is in the nature of an optional extra. If, as a result of building, construction or site conditions within the Unit or Building, the Vendor is not able to construct such extra, then the Vendor may, by written notice to the Purchaser, terminate the Vendor’s obligation to construct the extra. In such event, the Vendor shall refund to the Purchaser the monies, if any, paid by the Purchaser to the vendor in respect of such extra, without interest and in all other respects this agreement shall continue in full force and effect; _ The Vendor shall have the right to substitute other products and materials for those listed in this Schedule, represented to the Purchaser or provided for in the plans and specifications provided that the substituted products and materials are of a quality equal to or better than the products and materials so listed or so provided. The determination of whether or not substituted materials and products are of equal or better quality shall be made by the Vendor’s architect _ All suites protected by the Tarion New Home Warranty Program Howard Park Phase 2 _ Contemporary urban architectural design incorporating a terraced facade similar to phase one using brick, glass and metal- wall cladding systems _ Terraces with parapet walls for additional privacy† _ Balconies with contemporary glass railing systems† _ Spacious welcoming courtyard with manicured greens and contemporary benches _ Indoor amenity space includes party/lounge flex space, media/wifi room and gym for fitness/yoga _ Bicycle storage _ Executive concierge service* Residences _ 9 ft. smooth ceilings on levels 1 through 7, and 10 ft. smooth ceilings on the PH level 8 living spaces† _ Wood and/or glass sliding doors† _ Laminate† from builder’s samples, except for tiled areas _ Solid core suite entry door with security viewer and lever hardware _ All drywall, doors and trim primed and painted in a latex low VOC paint _ 4” baseboards and 2 1/2 “ door casings† _ Vinyl coated wire shelving in all closets and storage areas† _ Stacked washer and dryer† Inspired Kitchens _ Custom designer kitchens with island, as per plan _ Stone countertop, from builder’s samples _ European inspired flat slab kitchen cabinetry with gloss uppers and European laminate lowers, from builder’s samples† _ Single under-mount stainless steel sink _ Single lever deck mounted faucet _ Split electrical outlets installed at counter level for countertop appliances _ APPLIANCE PACKAGE includes: fully integrated dishwasher; frost-free integrated refrigerator/freezer; microwave; canopy style stainless hood fan and gas cooktop or slide-in range oven† Luxurious Bathrooms _ European style bathroom vanity, from builder’s samples† _ Custom designed extra wide medicine cabinet incorporating glass shelves, with a sliding vanity mirror† _ Stone countertop, from builder’s samples _ Contemporary rectangular vessel sink _ Tiled floors, tub and shower surround, from builder’s samples† _ 5 ft. deep soaker tub or frameless glass shower† _ Single-lever faucet for vanities _ Pressure balance valve in all tub/showers Mechanical & Electrical Systems _ Individually controlled forced air heating and cooling system _ White Décora-style electrical switches, receptacles and plates throughout _ Switch-controlled spilt wall outlet in all bedrooms and dens† _ Capped ceiling outlet in dining area

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