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Activa homes is the best in quality, service and satisfaction

Activa homes is the best in quality, service and satisfaction

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Activa homes is the best in quality, service and satisfaction

Meet Activa, the largest and most active land developer and home builder in the Region of Waterloo. As your partner, they understand that buying a new home is not just a financial investment, but a personal and emotional one too. That’s why Activa has developed a streamlined and stress-free process that makes your homebuying experience second-to-none. From your colour selections appointment and your first walk-through of the home at pre-drywall, to your pre-delivery inspection and after move-in care, Activa provides you with the best in quality, service and satisfaction and ensures you are informed and looked after at every step.

Homes & Communities by Activa

Activa is proud to offer quality-built homes with stunning standards, in communities that include access to parks, trails, schools, and must-have amenities.

The company’s detached homes and townhomes showcase incredible features as standard, offering homeowners more than $20,000 in value without an increase in price! These include larger basement windows, nine-ft. main floor ceilings, engineered hardwood, granite kitchen countertops, and more. The homes are also Energy Star certified, saving you money and giving you a quieter, more comfortable home.

Last year, Activa was proud to be named Builder of the Year – Single-Detached, by the Waterloo Region Home Builders Association and the Waterloo Region Record. With a continued commitment to a stress-free home building journey and a quality-built home, Activa is excited to be launching several new projects in 2019. Here are the communities you should register for this year:

Doon South

Coming to Kitchener’s Doon South in early 2019 are new and popular townhome floorplans in back-to-back, traditional and split-level designs. These will offer 1,300 to 1,900 sq. ft. of space, two to three- bedrooms, and attached one or two-car garages. The Doon South area combines natural elements such as environmentally-protected woodlands, greenspaces, and parkland interwoven with a network of walking trails, easy 401 access and close proximity to many other amenities. The new Groh Public School, which covers Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8, is within walking distance, making Doon South an ideal location for young families and commuters. Pricing will start in the high $300,000s.

Huron Village

Activa is also proud to be returning to Kitchener’s Huron Village in early 2019, offering single-detached homes, as well as stacked and back-to-back townhome designs – including a limited number of live-work units. These large townhomes will offer spacious, open-concept main floors, 1,250 to more than 4,000 sq. ft., two to four bedrooms and, for many, a finished office or attached garage. The picturesque Huron Village is known for its proximity to natural areas where families can run, walk, bike and hike. Conveniently located near Hwy. 7/8 as well as the 401, homes will also be close to various shops and restaurants.

What’s currently on the market?

In addition to these exciting upcoming releases, Activa is currently selling single-detached, townhomes, and condominiums in several communities across Waterloo Region. Think stunning suburban condos with 900 to 1,400 sq. ft. priced from the mid $300,000s, spacious townhomes with 1,650-plus sq. ft. from the high $400,000s, and luxurious single-detached homes with 1,600 to 4,000 sq. ft. from the high $500,000s. Don’t want to wait for a new build? Activa also offers several move-in ready homes in both Cambridge and Waterloo.

Why Waterloo Region?

Less than an hour away from the GTA, Waterloo Region offers all the benefits of the big city, without the downtown price tag. For the same $500,000 you could spend on a downtown bachelor pad, you can get a spacious two-bedroom condo, a three-bedroom freehold townhome with easy 401 access, or with just a bit more budget you can get away from sharing walls in your own single-detached home.

Waterloo Region is home to hundreds of parks, and over 125 km of trails to walk, bike or jog. Just minutes from Hwy. 401, the Region is less than an hour’s drive from Mississauga and has several buses and trains to Toronto – making for a reasonable commute however you travel. The Region also boasts incredible and unique restaurants, renowned schools for all ages, multiple produce markets and entertainment hotspots for live theatre, movies, and outings alike.

Whether you’re looking to spread out with more space or hoping to save some coin on your new home purchase, you’ll find a great place to live in Waterloo Region

Homes for every lifestyle, just down the 401

Whether you’re building your first home, one with more space for your growing family, or something to rightsize into, Activa ensures that each home is built to a higher standard, with tried-and-true home designs, communities close to amenities, and building certifications such as Energy Star.


Ready to find your next home? Browse Activa’s communities and homes on the website and set up a personal appointment with one of their knowledgeable sales representatives.



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Heathwood Homes' Wallaceton is a unique master-planned community

Heathwood Homes’ Wallaceton is a unique master-planned community

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Heathwood Homes’ Wallaceton is a unique master-planned community

In historic South Kitchener

An inspiring blend of history and nature, Wallaceton is Kitchener’s newest masterplanned community. In this beautiful setting, Heathwood Homes continues its fine tradition with an exquisite collection of townhomes and 31-foot single-detached homes. Wallaceton offers homebuyers a choice of three or four-bedroom layouts.

Inspired by the city’s rich cultural heritage, this new South Kitchener community will consist of townhomes, detached homes, winding trails, a spacious central park, numerous parkettes and a proposed new school.

Embodying a lifestyle of luxury and convenience, every detail of the Wallaceton community is meticulously designed. Classic in its architecture, the homes exterior facades will include elegant stone, brick and siding, eight-foot fiberglass front doors with luxurious passage sets, maintenance-free low E Argon-filled vinyl casement windows, insulated garage doors and articulated fiberglass shingles with manufacturer’s lifetime limited warranty. Interior finishes will include spacious front foyers, 3 1/4-inch hardwood flooring, nine-foot ceilings throughout the main floor, oak wood staircases, freestanding soaker tubs, large glass shower enclosures, and large walk-in his and her closets. Chef-inspired kitchens will include extra large islands with extended breakfast bars, luxury stone countertops with undermount sinks, extended upper cabinets and stainless-steel hood fans.

Immediately across the street from RBJ Schlegel Park and Recreation Centre, which is now under construction, Wallaceton’s prime location makes it one of the most sought-after lowrise communities in Kitchener. The city offers more than 125 kilometres of trails and there is no better way to explore the city than by walking, jogging or cycling along the community trails. Some of the city’s most popular trails include The Iron Horse Trail, which runs 5.5 kilometres between Ottawa Street in Kitchener and Erb Street West in Waterloo, providing a scenic and historic route linking the two cities.

Seamlessly incorporating modern amenities on its historical backdrop, Kitchener offers exceptional shopping from charming boutique shops to big box centres. The hub of artistic and cultural celebrations, Kitchener is also home to the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery and the Centre in the Square. Kitchener also celebrates its rich cultural past through its many museums, including the Homer Watson House and Gallery and the Waterloo Region Museum and Doon Heritage Village.

Kitchener is also home to some of the country’s top academic institutions including The University of Waterloo, Wilfred Laurier University, Conestoga College, Liaison College, Medix School, Stanford International College and TriOS College.

With Kitchener’s enhanced public transit system and extensive trail network, residents can get across the city and the Waterloo region by walking, cycling, or by combining both with public transit. Easy access to Highway 401 and the Conestoga Parkway will also allow for an easy commute outside of the Waterloo region.

Heathwood’s tradition of exceptional homes continues at Wallaceton!


Go online to register and learn more about this amazing new masterplanned community.


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