Low-Rise/Single-Family Home/Townhouse in Ottawa
Introducing Fox Run, designed for those who appreciate finely crafted, award-winning homes with upgraded finishes.
Fox Run is a new townhouse and single-family home community by Caivan Communities currently under construction at Postilion Street in Ottawa, ON. The estimated completion date for occupancy for this property is still unknown.
The project is a community of 650 two-story singles, bungalows, and townhouses on 131 acres in Richmond, built by Caivan Communities. Fox Run unit sizes range from 1787 to 2650 square feet.
Available units in this Ottawa home for sale range in price from $749,990.
Welcome to Fox Run, a charming small-town neighbourhood in Ottawa, offering modern amenities and convenient access to retail, schools, and nature. The area features walking trails, playing fields, parks, and a naturalized community pond. Richmond Village, a 200-year-old community, is also nearby, offering hiking trails and peaceful parks like Village Square Park, Lamprey Park, and Mary Durling Park.
Stittsville Shopping Centre, a 16-minute drive away, offers convenient shopping and excellent service. Shoppers Pharmacist is helpful for late-night emergencies, making it a go-to pharmacy in the area. There is also a wide selection of restaurants.
The city is serviced by Light Metro, Rapid Transit, and OC Transpo Public Transit, all of which connect you to everywhere you need to go with ease, as well as the Ottawa International Airport.
Fox Run is also conveniently located minutes from Highway 416, which seamlessly connects commuters to Highway 417, carrying them into Ottawa’s downtown core.
Because of the abundance of prestigious institutions, the area is ideal for families with kids. The city is also home to several postsecondary education institutions, including the University of Ottawa, Carleton University, Algonquin College, and more.
Ottawa, Canada’s capital, is expected to reach 1,400,000 people by 2046, with employment increasing from 662,000 to 827,000. This growth will make Ottawa a desirable city to live in, increasing housing demand and population.