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Bronte Creek Provincial Park will provide homeowners at the Bronte Creek community in Oakville with lush woodlands and expansive green spaces for a lifetime.

Legend Creek Homes is one of four builders in this project, which will ultimately include about 1,600 homes. Monarch, Branthaven and Fernbrook are the other builders in the area.

Legend's history is rooted in custom home design. "The company usually only builds a small collection of homes -- less than 50 -- every year. They always try to get unique pieces of land such as this beautiful greenbelt," Legend sales representative Linda Lischer says.

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Currently, 37 lots -- 36 by 100 feet -- are on sale. Called the Heath collection, these include loft bungalows, which have the master bedroom on the main floor and two or three bedrooms upstairs, as well as two-storey detached homes.

For a limited time, there are free granite countertops, a $2,500 allowance for hardwood flooring and a $5,000 allowance for other upgrades.

Closing dates will be February to April, 2006.

Bronte Creek

Location: Oakville

Builder: Legend Creek Homes

Square footage: bungalows, 2,220 to 2,400; two-storeys, 1,600 to 2,800

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Price: $429,900 to $489,900

Sales centre: Bronte Road and Richview Boulevard, north of Upper Middle Road and south of Dundas Street. Open Monday to Thursday, 1 to 7 p.m.; weekends and holidays, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Contact: 905-542-7556;

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