Dupont Construction is planning new development for a property on Higginson Street in Vankleek Hill. The property was the home of the former convent. Gilles and Johanne Dupont are looking for your input as they make plans to move ahead with construction of new residential offerings.
They are conducting an informal survey and want to hear from you.
Are you 55 or over?
Are you looking to downsize and live more simply and be worry-free?
Are you looking for an affordable apartment in Vankleek Hill?
Dupont Construction is looking to create beautiful, affordable places for the 55+ demographic.
The rental fee could be as low as $725 per month: heating, electricity included.
Small pets will be welcome.
Interested in learning more? Want to be on a waiting list?
Help Gilles and Johanne Dupont plan this significant development in Vankleek Hill. Call them today.
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