The Community

Spacebuilders is developing the master planned community of Morris Village adding new streets and neighbourhoods to the City of Clarence-Rockland. This family oriented village-style community offers a diverse range of new homes being built by a select group of registered home builders. Morris Village got its name from the “Morris” family who owned the land from the turn of the last century, making their livelihood from cutting firewood and producing maple syrup. Please view the builders page for more information.

Nestled on a private street in the master-planned community of Morris Village in Clarence-Rockland, SOLARA is a charming collection of 44 adult lifestyle freehold bungalow townhomes.

Enjoy all the benefits of this exclusive gated-style neighbourhood:

  • Attached over-sized garages
  • Modern home design
  • Upscale finishes + 9' ceilings
  • Small garden
  • Lawn Mowing
  • Snow clearing

Don't miss your opportunity to be part of this unique enclave where a life of comfort and ease awaits you.

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POND & PARK LOTS AVAILABLE

Morris Village, Rockland's popular master-planned community now includes a limited release of building lots with great backyard long views of either a multi-season community park or a landscaped water retention pond. Most of these lots are designed to accommodate walk-out basement, architectural floorplan designs.

PARK LOTS

The multi-season community park is being developed by the City's Community Services department and is scheduled for completion in late 2017. There are 9 building lots numbered 166 to 174. Lot measure 12m (39') or 10m (32') wide by 32m (104') deep.

POND LOTS

The water retention pond is scheduled to be completed and landscaped by 2019. There are 14 premium building lots numbered 1 to 14. Most lots are 18.2m (60') wide by 38m (124') deep.

Lot marker

Numbered lot marker signs have been placed near the front property boundaries at the centre of each lot to give prospective home buyers a realistic backyard view at each location. For lot specific subdivision information, please email us anytime at info@spacebuildersOttawa.com.

HOME BUILDERS

Visit the BUILDER section of this website to see which builders are available to build here and then contact your preferred home builder to discuss how to have your new home constructed on one of these outstanding lots. Home builders will purchase a specific lot on behalf of the home buyer client while also providing the complete (lot, house, warranty) package.

COMMUNITY FEATURES

The Entrance
Streetscaping
The Pond
Parkland

The Entrance


Permanent entrance features are planned for the main roadway entrances welcoming visitors and residents to the community and will include rock walls, permanent signage, berms, planting and village style street lighting.

Streetscaping


Collector Street
The collector street is the main transportation link within the community that connects local streets and access from the community to major roads such as St-Jean Street and Caron Street. It is to also accommodate pedestrian and transit service access where available.

Local Streets
Local streets are designed in curvilinear style with curves and turns to vary views and reduce tunnel-effect created by houses with uniform setbacks. Curvilinear design also promotes lot depth variety and diversity of private open spaces on residential lots.

The Pond


A designated area of the lower lands is to be developed as a pond water feature engineered for stormwater management. The pond design is being upgraded to include passive and semi-active community space with pathways, decorative post-rail fencing and planting.

Lot fabric will include homes backing onto parkland and pond features. Public roadways are also being planned to connect to these spaces and help promote the image of a "village style urban community".

Parkland and Open Space


Natural Wooded Parkland
Part of the site includes large natural wooded parkland located at the southern limit of St-Joseph Street and is to remain largely undisturbed. Mixed forest and wildlife may still be found here and in surrounding open spaces.