8Haus Condos, a beautiful boutique 8 storey condo boasts luxury and convenience in the city, all while being in the midst of it all – shopping, schools, and closeby to all highways and TTC. This low-rise condo will be priced starting in the $300,000s, averaging about $750 per square foot. This is an amazing value for a condo in the Dufferin and Eglinton area, and expect larger suites compared to those in the core of our city, making 8Haus that much more phenomenal.
: 8Haus Condo
: Royalpark Homes
: 2433 Dufferin Street, Toronto, Canada, M6E 3T3
: Low Rise
: 8 Storeys
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UNBEATABLE PRICE / SQFT for A UNIQUE Commute/Location in TORONTO (Eglinton & Dufferin)
Invest in Revitalization
8Haus is located in the heart of the revitalization, this is the area you want to invest in with revitalized shops, transit and more all across Eglinton Avenue. This is the ideal time to invest and maximize your return on investment.
Steps from Transit
8Haus is surrounded by endless options for transit - with the new Eglinton Crosstown LRT steps away and it's anticipated completion, this is a prime location to invest in now. The TTC Subway is also minutes away, which takes you across the city.
ABOUT THE BUILDER
For over 30 years Royalpark Homes has been dedicated to providing every homeowner with a pleasurable home buying experience while providing a quality product in Ontario.We are a small, hands-on company enabling us to give homeowners a personal touch to their purchasing venture. We have acquired valuable knowledge and experience over the years to work efficiently and build your new home with competence and professionalism.
In building with traditional values, Royalpark has built the reputation of meeting the needs and desires of all its prospective homeowners. We always strive to incorporate leading edge and innovative ideas into our Ontario homes. As testament to this, we are currently responding to environmental awareness and are incorporating “green” building practices. This will entail creating not only homes, but entire neighborhoods that are not only more environmentally friendly, but end up saving Ontario homeowners on energy costs.