Fifty-nine new town­houses in Summerside filled

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - BUSINESS - BY ALYSHA CAMP­BELL

Friendly peo­ple, quiet neigh­bour­hood with beau­ti­ful homes, that’s how Brenda Boyle de­scribes her new res­i­dence in one the city’s new­est de­vel­op­ments.

Soon there will be 59 town­houses in to­tal at MacCor­mack’s Lux­ury Gar­den Es­tates, with the last 14 builds wrap­ping up in Oc­to­ber af­ter three years of con­struc­tion in the area off of Summerside’s Duke Street.

Boyle is thrilled for her new neigh­bours.

“My sis­ter is mov­ing here in Novem­ber and we’re both re­ally ex­cited.”

It doesn’t take be­ing re­lated to feel like a fam­ily though. Ev­ery­one is re­ally close, said Boyle. “It’s al­most like a big fam­ily.” All the houses are spo­ken for. Peo­ple are com­ing from all over Canada, with about 25 per cent be­ing from off-Is­land.

No advertisement was needed, the de­vel­op­ers said.

The MacCor­mack’s have a good re­la­tion­ship res­i­dents.

An­gus, Rita, John, David and Ros­alee MacCor­mack are a fam­ily turned team that made it hap­pen.

The cre­ative mas­ter­mind, Ros­alee, picked the colours of the homes so that they’re sim­i­lar, but leave room for per­son­al­iza­tion. It’s clear from the curb that the res­i­dents take the time to make their homes unique in an oth­er­wise uni­form set­ting.

Most of the res­i­dents are se­niors, said Ros­alee. with their

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