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    New Development in North Oakville at Neyagawa – Rosehaven and Starlane Homes

    It is official.  The first sign has gone up advertising a development north of Dundas.  As expected, the development will be by Starlane Homes and Rosehaven Homes for the production of 520 homes on the North East corner of Dundas Street and Neyagawa.  If you have driven passed the area lately, you will notice that the land has been undergoing preparation for several months now. 

    This new development is being called “Woodland Trails”.  A variety of layouts and lot sizes will be offered including 50’, 45’, 41’, 35’ and 30’ detached lots in addition to a number of semi-detached and freehold townhomes.  As advertised by the builders, the homes will offer French Provincial and English Tudor style exteriors with stone, stucco and brick exteriors. 

    The area immediately fronting onto Dundas and Neyagawa at the southern most part of the development is expected to be an urban core area featuring stores and restaurants.  From what I can tell, the lots closest to Neyagawa will be rear-lane townhomes with larger detached lots being saved for the interior streets and streets backing onto parkland.   There will be a sizable natural heritage site running through the middle of the development (for more information on this, visit my blog post Another Reason to Love North Oakville).  The new North Park Recreational facility and park is also nearby on the opposite side of Neyagawa Road. 

    Not new to Oakville, Starlane and Rosehaven have history building homes in Oakville.  Starlane has built in the West Oak Trails and Glen Abbey communities while Rosehaven has built in Lakeshore Woods.  The homes are expected to be released for sale in Fall 2010 (actual closing dates are unknown).  For more

    information on this development, you can visit my previous blog post North Oakville Development at Neyagawa and Dundas or register for the new development at

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    Reader Comments (5)

    Thank you for the great posts on your site! They're very helpful and insightful. I confirmed with Rosehaven Homes today that the prices for the new Woodland Trails development will range from $400,000 for the townhomes to $700,000 for the detached homes (not sure if they will be just over the $700k mark or not).

    August 3, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDavid Chong

    Hi David. Thanks for the update. I get a lot of my information from people just like you letting me know what is happening in the community. Any information that people have is greatly appreciated!

    August 4, 2010 | Registered CommenterLindsay Walls

    Hi Lindsay

    I need some advise.
    Recently bought a 30' lot detached house (Rosehaven) with Maplegrove model in Woodland Trails. I wanted to change to another model - Windrush and went back to the agent who did the paperwork for me.
    He told me it is not possible to change since the lot next to mine is also a Windrush model. I find it strange as I'm pretty sure that as long the 2 lots have different elevations it would be acceptable to the town of Oakville.

    Have you come across the same experience? If so, could you advise me on how to go about changing the agreement with another model? Much appreciated.


    November 28, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSean

    Does anyone know when these houses will be ready for occupancy? They are coming up fast and furious.


    July 17, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

    Hi Michelle,

    Some of the homes will be ready for occupancy later this year however the majority will be ready throughout 2012.


    July 19, 2011 | Registered CommenterLindsay Walls

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