Cornell Rouge by Madison Homes in Markham

Cornell Rouge / Hwy 48 & Hwy 407

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Cornell Rouge is a new pre-construction detached development by Madison Homes located at Hwy 48 & Hwy 407, Markham.


…where Rouge Park's thousands of wooded acres are located right next door, along with the river that runs through it. A forested paradise where a world of wonder can be found.

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Summary of this detached development:

Project Name: Cornell Rouge
Developer: Madison Homes
Location: Hwy 48 & Hwy 407,Markham
Product: Detached
First Occupancy: 2017-11-01
*All dates are approximate.

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