Southlands offers a diversity of homes to suit a range of buyers. While all share a simple architecture that reflects our agricultural ethos, they vary in size, style, and price point. There are spaces deliberately designed for couples, for young families, and for active seniors. Here, several generations might live under one roof. Neighbourhoods will see children riding bicycles, grandparents out for a stroll, and Market District artisans walking to work. Our 950 homes will include estate cottages, townhomes, cottages framing common courtyards, country flats, and row homes. In all, a Scandinavian-inspired aesthetic celebrates natural light, big views, and outdoor living.
Our Discovery Centre and showhomes are now open daily 11am – 5pm by appointment for private tours. Our initial offering is Heirloom Townhomes and Estate Cottages. Most homes in our first housing release are now completed and some homeowners have already moved in. To stay informed about residential sales, please register.
These spacious cottages emphasize outdoor living. Family rooms and kitchens open to private courtyards and front porches face tree-lined streets. Ranging from 2,200 to 2,500 sq.ft., they feature 4 bedrooms plus an open loft space, ideal for growing or extended families. The style is neo-traditional farmhouse with Scandinavian influences featuring oversized windows, vaulted ceilings, and roomy kitchens.
Interiors complement our exteriors—specifically, the farm and the beach. Neo-traditional farmhouses are inspired by Scandinavian design, with an emphasis on functional spaces and warm, tactile materials. Natural light flows through open, airy rooms that honour the fields and sea breezes of the surrounding landscape. Textures also bring the outdoors inside, evoking driftwood, sand, and salt.
Daily life revolves around stunning kitchens, where farm-fresh produce inspires residents to prepare and enjoy beautiful meals while visiting with family, friends, and neighbours. The layout encourages conversation between the cook, helpers, and guests. Abundant storage for pantry staples and kitchen tools makes it easy—even fun—to try challenging recipes and feed a crowd.