A remarkable waterfront community that combines quality homes with unimpeded access to the splendours of Royal Bay. Bordered by 1.3km of waterfront on the Colwood Peninsula, the master planned community of Royal Bay offers Heritage inspired single-family homes in an amenity rich community.
Royal Bay's first phase includes 80 single-family-homes featuring 3 and 4-bedroom, 2.5 bath plans, ranging between 1,467 to 1,923 sq ft, each with their own detached 2 car garages. Home designs are inspired by the classic architecture of Victoria’s Oak Bay area, featuring Heritage, Tudor, Arts & Crafts, Shingle, Prairie, Coastal, and Colonial exteriors. A series of 30 townhomes will be released in the spring of 2017.
GableCraft Homes is the home builder of Royal Bay and is experienced in building single family communities through to high-rise condominiums. Their communities extend from Comox to Nainamo, Okanagan, to Calgary, Alberta.
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a common long-standing “fear” is what happens after you live there.
See: Victoria, Downtown Residents Association for further proof of this phenomenon.
I didn't know where Colwood city hall was, I googled it and it went to an empty field.
I guess they have a lot of outdoor meetings during these Covid times.
I think this is a positive action on behalf of the City of Colwood. Nice to see this development push forward and gain momentum.
Seacliff Properties, which purchased a portion of the Royal Bay site now known as Royal Beach, is moving towards formalizing approvals for its 134-acre waterfront holding along Colwood's waterfront.
Royal Beach Q&A with Georgia Desjardins of Seacliff Properties, developer of the 134-acre Colwood project
Seacliff Properties’ plans for a mixed-use community with up to 2,850 homes on the site of a former gravel pit in Royal Bay has received initial support from Colwood council.
The Royal Beach project must still go to public hearing, and details of the development on the 134-acre site continue to be fine-tuned by municipal staff.
After decades of planning a former 500 acre gravel pit-turned-subdivision is set to launch with an Oak Bay-inspired collection of homes.