Sincerely Acorn Towns
About Sincerely Acorn Towns
Sincerely Acorn Towns, located near Taunton Rd and Thickson Rd in Whitby, is a new townhome development by Acorn Developments.
Sincerely Acorn is a small and personal collection of only 24 three-story towns tucked in Whitby’s gorgeous metropolis. In addition, these modern townhomes are influenced by Nordic design and are surrounded by abundance of natural green spaces. Moreover, Close proximity to schools, commuting alternatives, and a variety of lifestyle activities.
Location and Neighbourhood
Nature lovers will appreciate the abundance of green spaces in the area. In addition to it contribute to the sense of natural oasis that surrounds Sincerely Acorn Towns. Furthermore, explore acres and acres of protected parklands, rivers, and hiking paths in conservation sites like Cedar Valley and Heber Down. A short drive from home will take you to Lake Ontario, the waterfront, and Whitby’s ever-popular Harbour and Port.
Sincerely Acron Towns is ideally located in a bustling and energetic part of town. This is adjacent to a wide range of lifestyle services and everyday essentials. Residents will have access to a variety of great dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities in the area.
Whitby is a family-friendly city with numerous top-rated educational institutions, some of which are conveniently placed within walking distance of Sincerely Acorn Towns communities, as well as a Montessori school and a daycare across the street. Post-secondary students will appreciate the fact that Durham College is only a short drive or transit ride away. Recreational facilities, community centres, sports fields, and outdoor playgrounds that are state-of-the-art will keep everyone busy and entertained.
With easy access to major thoroughfares in the area, like as Highways 407, 412, and 401, commuting to and from Sincerely Acron Towns is a daily activity. It will take only 45 minutes to get into downtown Toronto. Commuters will also have access to the neighbouring Whitby GO station, from which the Lakeshore East train will run into Union Station, as well as GO buses. Riders will also have direct access to local Durham Region transit bus routes, which are only a few steps away from their homes.