5 Things We Love About Claremont

A blend of history and rural charm, Claremont in North Pickering is the ideal place for families to call home. Calmly tucked away in this charming hamlet is Geranium’s latest development, Clarehaven Estates. Here are 5 things we love about Claremont.

Natural Beauty
Nestled just below Oak Ridges Moraine, Claremont boasts an abundance of parks, trails, and conservation areas that are perfect for outdoor activities like hiking, cycling, and exploration. The Claremont Nature Centre, situated on a picturesque 160-hectare property, offers various nature-based programs for different groups and occasions, from school groups to birthday parties. Enjoy hiking and exploring Oak Ridges Trails, the Brock Tract, Secord Forest, Goodwood Conversation Area or Musselman’s Lake.

Claremont has many parks and trails to explore

Claremont’s small town charm and strong sense of community makes it a great place for families. Through local gatherings and neighbourhood events, the community looks forward to time together. One of the town’s highlights is the annual “Yard Sale Day,” which sees residents hosting simultaneous garage sales and attracts over 1000 visitors. Additionally, the Winter Carnival offers a week of festivities each year in February.

Claremont fosters a strong sense of community through neighbourhood events

Claremont is exceptionally connected to a wealth of educational institutions for all ages in learning styles. Whether it’s elementary school, secondary school or continuing education, there’s something close by for Clarehaven families’ academic needs. Claremont Public School is just minutes from Clarehaven Estates. Additionally, Uxbridge Secondary School, Teseo Academy, Lakeridge Montessori School, Columbus Private School and others, are all close by.

Growing minds thrive in Claremont

Proximity to Urban Amenities
Claremont’s prime location ensures residents are never far from everything they need. From vibrant shopping districts to picturesque parks to cultural landmarks and everything in between, residents enjoy both the peaceful rural lifestyle of Claremont and the conveniences of neighbouring cities like Pickering, Uxbridge, Markham and Whitchurch-Stouffville. Residents enjoy the easy access to Highway 401, Highway 407 and the Old Elm GO Station.

Claremont’s prime location ensures you’re never far from everything you need

Claremont and the surrounding area offer an abundance of recreational sporting opportunities. Whether it be golf or baseball, horseback riding or swimming, skiing or hiking, Claremont has it all. Excellent golf courses are minutes away including the Spring Creek Golf Club, the 9-hole course is easy to walk, yet still provides challenges for seasoned golfers and beginners. The 4 Seasons Country Club, a family-owned course for 35 years, is considered the prettiest golf course in Durham Region. Coppinwood Golf Club is a golfers’ haven and Wyndance Golf Club provides a scenic backdrop for a great day of golf. Voted one of the top Toronto winter destinations, Dagmar Ski Resort is the perfect family adventure. Nearby, Lakeridge Ski Resort offers year-round fun for everyone including skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing, plus summer adventure camps. Visit the Pickering Leisure Guide to see what organized sports and recreation are available.

Claremont offers a variety of recreational activities for every season

Comprising of 70 estate homes on spacious lots in the heart of Claremont, Clarehaven Estates offers meticulously designed home elevations that redefine luxury living. To learn more or to register for new releases please click here.

Streetscape of Clarehaven Estates in Claremont

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