Welcome to Wateridge Village, a sustainable new community minutes from downtown overlooking the Ottawa River. Celebrating both the legacy of the former Rockcliffe Lands and the brilliance of modern urban design. Visionary and masterful in scope, Wateridge Village will be home to design-forward residences, retail and office space, unparalleled neighbourhood, beautiful parks, trails and so much more.
We make buying a Claridge home a wonderful experience because our entire staff is dedicated to making sure you get the home that’s right for your family. We also understand what’s important to you. Our homes come in an array of options, including detached single homes, semi-detached homes, and townhomes with quality at the forefront of every design. You’ll get the same award-winning craftsmanship you’ve come to know with every Claridge home, with the addition of premium upgrades that are exclusive only to Wateridge Village.
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Archaeological information suggests that the Algonquin people have inhabited this region of the Ottawa Valley more than 8000 years ago. That’s why the 2010 Algonquins of Ontario—Canada Lands Company Participation Agreement provides a framework for an ongoing relationship and the realization of mutual benefits as the Wateridge Village at Rockcliffe site is developed.
ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY & POST-SECONDARY SCHOOLS
An idyllic location near a host of great schools is a must. That’s why Wateridge Village will be home to brand new elementary and high schools. Just minutes away, find a wide choice of additional well-established French and English, public and private elementary and secondary schools. Not only that, post-secondary options including Carleton and University of Ottawa are easily accessible, thanks to the transit network close by.
THAT SURROUND YOU.
With Beechwood a short distance away, you can enjoy all the amenities and beauty that New Edinburgh has to offer. Here you will find shopping, dining, grocers, parks, schools, culture, and entertainment. Looking for a night on the town? ByWard Market offers you exciting nightlife, brimming with clubs, lounges, pubs and restaurants.
WHERE THE LAND MEETS THE RIVER, THERE’S A WONDROUS SENSE OF CALM. Walk, jog or hike the tranquil trails that meander by the Ottawa River and natural wildlife areas. Take to two wheels on the bike paths, and hit the links at Pine View Golf Course. Tap into the pluses of a riverside location and fish, paddle board, or grab a kayak or canoe. Come winter, strap on cross country skis, snowshoes or skates and explore a winter wonderland. When you live here, a veritable year-round playground surrounds you.
From here, go anywhere. With the downtown core a quick five minute drive away, and easy access to Highway 417 and OC Transpo stops, getting across town is a breeze. Prefer to stay close to home? The entire Wateridge Village community is designed to be easily accessible with modern and urban pedestrian friendly streetscaping so you can get where you need to go in your own community with ease.
How many homes will you be building in the subdivision?A nswer:
In Phase 1A we will be building 75 units, consisting of Singles, Semi-Detached and Townhomes.
What is your deposit structure?A nswer:
The deposit varies depending on the unit purchased. The total deposit required per home type is provided below.
• Semi-Detached $50,000
• Townhomes $40,000
• Single-Family Home $60,000
Once I buy, how long will it take for you to build my home?A nswer:
The time it takes to build a home varies depending on a number of factors including location, time of year, type of home, etc. It is best to discuss with the Sales Representative.
What are the schools in the area?A nswer:
The three identified school sites are reserved as follows:
• French Catholic Elementary in phase 1A
• French Public Elementary in phase 1B
• English Public Elementary in phase 1B
Please visit each board's website to get more information about their respective long term plans.
Will buses be running in the area?A nswer:
An agreement has been reached with OC Transpo to offer early transit service in the new neighbourhood by 2017 with regular bus service. Once the first 50 homes are built and occupied, residents will be able to access route 129 which will make eight trips in the morning and eight in the afternoon during peak hours during the week.
Will there be any commercial activity?A nswer:
Yes, the plan calls for a commercial core in Phase 1B and we hope to begin building interest in the area in the next two years or so. The employment core also has an adjacent section in Phase 3, along the eastern boundary adjacent to the NRC campus. The employment core will be implemented as the development progresses as well as being influenced by market demand.