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New Mason Homes Community Coming Soon to Barrie

Barrie Ontario Waterfront

Barrie waits for you.

With our community Just4U in Barrie having sold out so quickly, it was a no brainer that we should build a new community in the same city.

Barrie is, after all, both family-friendly and full of possibilities for those of you who are looking for a little more excitement.

For example, it hosts a popular Farmers’ Market, plenty of amenities, a Winterfest and Festival of Ice, and Barrielicious, which sees local restaurants offer affordable prix fixe menus.

Like Just4U homes (in fact, like all our homes), our new community will be Green for Life. This will ensure your wellbeing and save you money through reduced energy consumption, all the while helping preserve the planet.

Our new community will soon be opening for registration, so please be sure to watch this space for updates! Or if you haven’t already, follow me on Twitter or “like” our Facebook page.

The Most Fulfilling Winter Activity in Barrie Begins this Weekend


Your next winter meal?

Ask people about winter activities, and they’ll most likely mention skiing and tobogganing and skating and hockey.

Yet there’s more to winter than spending time outdoors. Take the city of Barrie, home to our Just4U community. While Barrie does have its fair share of outdoors winter activities, such as alpine skiing and tubing, it also hosts another fantastic winter event that involves no athletic gear.

Called Barrielicious Winter Festival, this event kicks off today in various locations across Barrie and Simcoe County (and continues until February 5th).

It aims to promote smaller restaurants, veering people away from big franchises and promoting the downtown area. Prix fixe menus begin at only $20 per person (and the maximum is $25). They include 3 courses, but no alcohol or taxes.

Previous Barrielicious sessions have garnered quite a few compliments, and this year promises to be no exception.

Click here for a list of participating restaurants (which number 50), and make sure you book soon if you’re interested — participating restaurants have a way of being fully booked pretty soon.

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