Burnham Meadows Community
This active living community balances the need to preserve the existing natural features while providing connectivity within its places to live, meet, play, shop and relax, all with a high level of design and architecture. Overall, Burnham Meadows establishes a unique sense of place by weaving its built form with its existing natural features in a fashion that is complementary, attractive and self-sufficient.
The 80 acre subdivision in picturesque Peterborough County, is located on the east side of Television Road and on the south side of Old Norwood Road in the Township of Otonabee-South Monaghan immediately adjacent to the east boundary of the City of Peterborough within an hour drive of Toronto, Oshawa, Whitby, Bancroft, Kawartha Lakes, Port Hope and Cobourg.
- Single Family Homes
- Executive Townhomes
- Retirement and Garden Homes
- Safe Harbour Professional Arts
- Commercial Retail Space
Phase 1A consists of 40 single family lots and 18 townhouses.
Phase 1A is now sold out.
Phase 1B consists of 58 single family lots and 6 townhomes, and occupancy is expected to start in the February of 2019.
Phase 1B townhomes SOLD OUT.
Phase 2 consists of 72 single family lots and 30 executive townhomes.
Lots range size from 25 feet for the townhomes, to 60 feet for the singles family lots.
Future (zoned) plans on the site include:
- Approximately 12 acres, of commercial and office space with a total GLA of 95,000 square feet.
- Approximately 10 acres of retirement residents with 199 beds and 27 garden homes.
Welcome to Peterborough
The Greater Peterborough Area is a unique community known for its exceptional quality of life and beautiful setting in the Kawarthas tourism region. Peterborough has everything – a multitude of recreational opportunities, a diverse industrial, commercial and agricultural base, quality health care and excellent schools – including two post-secondary institutions. Peterborough is just one hour from the Greater Toronto Area. Real estate is affordable, the air is clean and communities are safe.