Most new neighbourhoods have architectural standards or guidelines for the houses being built. These guidelines provide an overarching standard for a continuity of design that makes a neighbourhood aesthetically pleasing – especially over time as the area matures. The cohesive nature of complementary design creates a sense of harmony within the area, and the guidelines have the effect of encouraging diversity by offering options within certain architectural styles. This all ensures a variety of exterior facades with complementary colours and finishes as part of each streetscape. It’s all about creating a beautiful neighbourhood!
What are some things for you to consider when you think about building your new home in Creekwood Collections? The sooner you get started, the more options you have for how your home will look. The purpose of the guidelines is to have houses on a street that look good together, but are not the same. If you have your heart set on a mostly white, urban farmhouse, for example, it can’t be situated right next door to one.
You will have the most flexibility about the house you build, if you start sooner, rather than later. Lots are available now!