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Old 2012-08-03, 12:46 PM
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Hi Neighbours,

Just want to give you some picture updates...... All paving is complete on site and construction will begin soon!

http://fieldgatehomesblog.com/2012/0...richmond-hill/

Cheers
Kool
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Old 2012-08-09, 10:58 PM
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Can we purchase (or buy off) the water heater tank instead of paying monthly rental fee endlessly? Actually, I am thinking to get a TankLESS water heater. What do you think?
you can purchase one but they are expensive. what is a tankless one?

what lot are you?
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Old 2012-08-16, 02:22 PM
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Hey Newbuild and Koolsolid, congrats on your purchases. Fieldgate is a solid builder and I think you'll be pleased with the final product.

both the Bells Lake and Phillips lake are awesome models. The cool part is that all the 36' and the 50' models that Fieldgate sells in the Humberlands, are actually the same models that they also sell (or previously sold)in Stouffville, but with slight variations in the design to warrant a name change. For instance, the model I bought in Stouffville is called the Highlands, but in the Humberlands it's called the Preston Lake.

My advice is, if you havent done so already, go check out the models in Stouffville to get an idea.
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Old 2012-08-22, 12:07 AM
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thanks ghost! we checked out the bell lake...lol instead of bells lake, love the layout!

very excited! how were the prices on upgrades...need to definitely upgrade the floors and staircase stain.
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Old 2012-08-22, 07:38 AM
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thanks ghost! we checked out the bell lake...lol instead of bells lake, love the layout!

very excited! how were the prices on upgrades...need to definitely upgrade the floors and staircase stain.
Lol, they add an S and use the same name on a different house. The Bell lake is nice and pretty much has the exact layout of the house we bought. The Bells lake on the other hand is similar but has a bit more "wow" factor, with the foyer and the extra space.

Fieldgate sold the exact model in stouffville before under a different name. If you want a glimpse of your house check this listing out (it's poorly decorated IMHO but it's still an idea)

http://tours.advirtours.com/tours/12...s/gallery.html

As for the pricing, it was typical builder pricing I guess. some of it was really expensive ans some of it was reasonable. here is a list of upgrade pricing that we were quoted for our house. Keep in mind that we purchased an Highlands model which is similar to the Preston Lake:


- upgrade 2 master bath wall tile $642
- upgrade 2 master bath floor tile $623
- upgrade 1 master bath tile $374
- upgrade 6 master bath floor tile $1643
- upgrade 3 master bath wall tile $924
- upgrade 9 mosaic strip master bath wall tile $750 (this is just for an accent strip)
- 3 1/4 hardwood stain $1250
- ebony kitchen cabinet stain $3120
- charcoal kitchen cabinet stain $1560
- built in appliances $3700 (this one surprised me as i though it would be more)
- built in microwave only $2200
- slide in range $550
- microwave nook $950
- pot drawers $1000
- deeper upper cabinets over fridge including siding $1000
- hardwood extended through out kitchen and stained $3362
- hardwood upper hall and stained $2163
- glass shower setup only $1000
- Glass shower $3000
- drawers for master vanity $500
- Tray ceiling in master $5000 (normally its $2500 if you plan has it as optional...if not then its much extra)
- iron pickets for stairs (single knot) $1828
- move light fixture $50
- add electrical outlet $110
- add cable outlet $55
- conduit from fireplace to basement $250
- conduit from basement to attic $350
- cover fireplace nook $250
- remove cabinets over stove and prep for chimney style hood vent $250
- laundry counter top and cabinets $1300
- kitchen cabinet valance only $646
- stain staircase $1950
- darker grout $250
- french doors instead of sliding in kitchen $1500
- remove supporting wall from family room/ living room area $4000
- brick pattern tiling in bath $250

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Old 2012-09-25, 09:49 PM
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AMAZING!!!

Thanks ghost!

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Lol, they add an S and use the same name on a different house. The Bell lake is nice and pretty much has the exact layout of the house we bought. The Bells lake on the other hand is similar but has a bit more "wow" factor, with the foyer and the extra space.

Fieldgate sold the exact model in stouffville before under a different name. If you want a glimpse of your house check this listing out (it's poorly decorated IMHO but it's still an idea)

http://tours.advirtours.com/tours/12...s/gallery.html

As for the pricing, it was typical builder pricing I guess. some of it was really expensive ans some of it was reasonable. here is a list of upgrade pricing that we were quoted for our house. Keep in mind that we purchased an Highlands model which is similar to the Preston Lake:


- upgrade 2 master bath wall tile $642
- upgrade 2 master bath floor tile $623
- upgrade 1 master bath tile $374
- upgrade 6 master bath floor tile $1643
- upgrade 3 master bath wall tile $924
- upgrade 9 mosaic strip master bath wall tile $750 (this is just for an accent strip)
- 3 1/4 hardwood stain $1250
- ebony kitchen cabinet stain $3120
- charcoal kitchen cabinet stain $1560
- built in appliances $3700 (this one surprised me as i though it would be more)
- built in microwave only $2200
- slide in range $550
- microwave nook $950
- pot drawers $1000
- deeper upper cabinets over fridge including siding $1000
- hardwood extended through out kitchen and stained $3362
- hardwood upper hall and stained $2163
- glass shower setup only $1000
- Glass shower $3000
- drawers for master vanity $500
- Tray ceiling in master $5000 (normally its $2500 if you plan has it as optional...if not then its much extra)
- iron pickets for stairs (single knot) $1828
- move light fixture $50
- add electrical outlet $110
- add cable outlet $55
- conduit from fireplace to basement $250
- conduit from basement to attic $350
- cover fireplace nook $250
- remove cabinets over stove and prep for chimney style hood vent $250
- laundry counter top and cabinets $1300
- kitchen cabinet valance only $646
- stain staircase $1950
- darker grout $250
- french doors instead of sliding in kitchen $1500
- remove supporting wall from family room/ living room area $4000
- brick pattern tiling in bath $250
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I have lived in Markham for many years and decided to move to Nobleton .Yes a big move but I must say they have some really beautiful homes for a good value . Tribute, King country estates and other high end homes start from 900K - 1.2 Mil . Trust me you won't find these homes in most part of Richmond Hill or Markham . I was a little concerned about the drive but its not bad ( I leave early to work) driving to Markham or Richmond Hill. One thing I love about Nobleton homes is the design . Both exterior /interior and the lot space . Also the average household income is more in King township (Nobleton) than Richmond Hill or Markham . Drive around these new subdivisions and you can see it for your self.
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