Land has the power to define design. Nobody understood that better than Kanata’s founding father, Bill Teron. Through the length of an illustrious and world-spanning public career creating urban living solutions, this is the land Bill Teron reserved for his private passion. That vision? A community of outstanding one-of-a-kind homes, designed to engage with nature, enhance the human spirit and celebrate a sense of place.
Every detail of each property here has been planned to support this natural design vision, from discrete private road access to the conservation of forests and land features. To date, ten world-leading homes have been built, each capturing the spirit of this land with dazzling originality. Now, the public release of the ten remaining properties at Kanata Rockeries brings fresh opportunity to reach beyond.
Why build here?
Character. Elevation. Imagination. Destination.
A unique palette of design inspiration is the essence of each distinctive property at Kanata Rockeries. Certain properties offer dramatic rocky elevations, inviting stepped-levels and thrilling tree-top cantilevers. Others enable a fresh design engagement with rockeries, forested views and water features. And because the natural topography has been respected, rather than blasted and bulldozed, every residence is destined to be a one-of-a-kind, admired but never precisely repeated.
A community of achievement
Kanata Rockeries is a community of great achievements, designed one residence at a time. It is a place where the philosophical, natural and artistic boundaries of “home” can be explored, pushed and challenged – where the leading edge of contemporary moves forward. Great lives are lived in light and beauty here, touched by nature, soothed by the soft sounds of leaf and forest. Those who reside in these woods tend to think, deeply and differently too. It is that rarest of neighbourhoods where every walk offers fresh views of “best”.
For further information on these unique opportunities or to arrange an on-site assessment, please contact Charlie Sezlik or Erin Phillips. 613-744-6697.