Arthur Stollery was a mining entrepreneur who owned the farmland known as Angus Glen in Markham, Ontario in the late 1950s, where he raised prize-winning cattle and championship horses. An avid golfer, his vision was to build a championship golf course on his land, a dream that was completed in the year before his death. In 1995, the course was opened by his son, Gordon Stollery and daughter, Laurie Stollery. It was Gordon’s vision to create a residential community cradling the Angus Glen fairways. To help him bring his plan to life, he partnered with Patrick O’Hanlon and Frank Spaziani in 1997, and together they formed Kylemore Communities.

Today, Angus Glen Community is home to almost 1,100 homes and features two championship golf courses with a club house. The Shoppes of Angus Glen offers premium dining, banking, a Montessori School and conveniences a short walk from residences. Angus Glen is just minutes from historic Main Street, Unionville and a host of recreational opportunities including a spectacular community centre with ice rinks, swimming pool and tennis facility. Schools, public transit and major shopping venues are nearby. The overall architectural and landscape elements for the community reflect the charming streetscapes of Markham’s historic neighbourhoods.