For Immediate Release
Rare townhomes combine downtown charm, uptown style:
Grand Opening of Stittsville Walk on Main
OTTAWA, ON. — June 20, 2017 — On June 21, a very special townhome enclave is holding its official opening in the west end of Ottawa. Stittsville Walk on Main offers something that doesn’t come along every day: the chance to live in a beautifully designed new home, on a genuine Main Street in a heritage downtown.
Those familiar with downtown Stittsville recognize its charm. It’s a neighbourhood with graceful century homes, a generous spread of mature trees and the kind of community spirit that’s built up over generations. To be located at the heart of this town is to be able to walk to shopping, restaurants, parks and appointments, while feeling like a part of something larger than yourself.
Building homes in a locale like this requires an understanding of the fabric of a community; a particular sensitivity when it comes to building materials and design. Byrex Developments made it a mission to create homes that honour the surrounding village-like atmosphere, incorporating brick, stone and siding facades, complete with private balconies and terraces, and schoolhouse-style windows.
The light-filled interiors are equally well-designed, with open main floor layouts and nine-foot ceilings that amplify the sense of spaciousness. High-end appointments – including hardwood stairs, quartz countertops, Smart wiring and pot lights – can make the price point, beginning at $317,900, hard to believe.
The enclave encompasses 26 executive town and carriage homes in this phase, with buyers able to select from a diverse range of floor plans. Each home comes with two-car parking, including a garage with access through to rear yards. With year-round maintained landscaping and driveway snow removal, residents are free to enjoy their immediate surroundings without a second thought.
Beyond the easygoing pleasures of Main Street, Stittsville Walk occupies a location that is perfectly balanced between the excitement of urban life and the centering presence of the great outdoors: residents are just a 20-minute drive from Ottawa’s City Centre, and even closer to nature. Stittsville’s extensive trail system connects with The Trans Canada Trail, ideal for walking, biking, cross-country skiing and birding; locals also enjoy snowmobiling, skating and playing a round at the verdant Amberwood Golf & Country Club.
Byrex President Sampat Poddar has expressed gratitude to Stittsville’s residents, City Council members, City Staff and the Byrex team, saying, “We sincerely appreciate the contribution from everyone who has invested their energy in shaping this project; and the tremendous effort of our team members in bringing this beautiful enclave to life.” For a fledgling community within a beloved neighbourhood, it’s a bright beginning.
For further information, photographs or to set up an interview with Marnie Bennett, contact:
Vice President of Operations and New Home Division
Bennett Property Shop Realty