“We love it here and wouldn’t live anywhere else!”
Andrew Steele and his wife Laurine and children Abigail and Mitchell love their new detached home at Seasons of Lake Scugog – the second Alliance home they bought in five years!
“We moved into our first Alliance home in December of 1998.” Andrew says. “My wife Laurine and I grew up in Port Perry. I work in Pickering as a nuclear operator and Laurine is a nurse in Whitby. Port Perry is close enough for a reasonable commute, and removed enough to offer a slower small town pace.”
“We decided we wanted a new home, and Alliance Homes was among the first builders to offer a new home community in the area. We liked the homes, and the price was great. We bought a 1,450 sq. ft. home in the first phase. In fact, I think ours was one of the original homes built at Seasons.”
“We were really happy with our first Alliance home. It was well built, and we received good service from the builder. Since 1998 we’ve had two children, so we really need a larger home,” Andrew says.
“We naturally looked to Alliance and Seasons of Lake Scugog again. We purchased the 2,450 sq. ft. four-bed-room Madison on a 40′ lot in Phase 2.”
“Once we made the decision to move up, our first home sold in just four days. The people who went through it loved it as much as we did.”
The Steeles are thrilled that because they are repeat Alliance buyers, at the time they purchased, they received $2,000 off the price of their new home. Plus, they received $1,000 for referring another family who purchased a home at Seasons.
“They’re good friends of ours, and they bought the lot next to our new home. We already like our neighbours!” The Steeles enjoy having 1,000 more square feet, including the main floor family room and larger spaces for entertaining guests. “Each of the children has a bedroom, plus we have a guest room. We really liked our first Alliance home – we just wanted something bigger.”
Plus, there’s Seasons of Lake Scugog’s ideal location. “The lake is close by, and the local schools are great. We love it here, and wouldn’t live anywhere else.”