NEW HOMES IN HAMILTON
INTRODUCING HARMONY ON TWENTY
Desozio homes has listened to new home buyers and we are making some small changes to its site plan at Harmony on Twenty to better reflect these needs.
We will be offering lots that are even deeper than previously advertised and adding a few more townhouses that will blend better with the neighbourhood and meet current demand .
We understand these changes may mean that our home buyers may have to wait for their new dream home to be completed but it will be well worth the wait!
As we prepare for these changes we’ve temporarily closed the sales office but are available for phone calls, emails and registrations only at this time.
Our Hamilton home builders anticipate relaunching our new site plan with all the changes and reopening our sales center. Stay tuned you won’t want to miss this great opportunity!
Harmony On Twenty New Detached HomesCheck out information on the models available for our Detached Homes.
Harmony On Twenty New TownhomesTowns are on the way.
Peaceful and quiet new home living with the city just minutes awayDeSozio Homes is pleased to announce Harmony on Twenty, our newest community development. Located at Twenty Road and Silver Birch Blvd, Harmony on Twenty promises to be our most exciting new homes in Hamilton development to date.
What’s nearby?Harmony on Twenty is situated in a pristine and unspoiled part of Hamilton that’s inspired by country living. However, the big city – and many of its perks, features and amenities – is just minutes away:
- Meadowlands Power Centre Shopping
- Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
- Upper James shopping district
- Turner Park and Turner Park Library
- Eramosa Karst Conservation Area
- Limeridge Mall
The perfect place to leave and come home toDue to its prime location, Harmony on Twenty gives you near instant access to all the major roads and highways in Hamilton:
- Highway 6 (North and South)
- Highway 403 (East and West)
- QEW (Niagara and Toronto)
- Lincoln M. Alexander Parkway
- Red Hill Valley Expressway
- Garth Street and Upper James mountain access routes