The Conservancy

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Townhouse/Single-Family Home in Ottawa

Strandherd Drive & Tartan Drive, Ottawa, ON

Discover Ottawa’s most anticipated master-planned community, set along the historic Jock River.

The Conservancy is a new townhouse and single-family home community by Caivan Communities currently under construction at Strandherd Drive and Tartan Drive in Ottawa, ON.

This development is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reconnect with nature on 35′, 41′, 42′, and 50′ lots. Units are a mix of two- and four-bedroom designs in sizes ranging from 2,548 to 4,396 square feet. 140 acres of green space, especially with over 3 kilometres of river frontage connecting to the Rideau River. Offering a wide spectrum of new and unique house designs, expansive and connected open space, as well as transit integration.

Available units in this Ottawa home for sale range in price from $1,044,990 to over $1,379,990.


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The Conservancy, located in Ottawa’s Barrhaven neighbourhood, is a growing suburban area with a population of over 100,000 people. Residents enjoy a convenient location near big box stores, outdoor amenities, and Downtown Ottawa. The property is less than 10 minutes from Chapman Hills Marketplace, offering a variety of retailers, grocery stores, services, restaurants, and big box stores. The Conservancy is situated in an area with numerous new developments expected to settle down shortly.

The Conservancy is a harmonious blend of nature and neighbourhood, featuring the Jock River, parks, greenspace, walking trails, and numerous amenities in Barrhaven. Residents enjoy outdoor attractions like the Chapman Mills Conservation Area, Heart’s Desire Park, and Beryl Gaffney Park, as well as numerous golf courses in the surrounding area.

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This property is in a transit-oriented neighbourhood with numerous transportation alternatives for commuters and motorists. 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.

Drivers will be conveniently located minutes from Highway 416, which seamlessly connects commuters to Highway 417, carrying them into Ottawa’s downtown core.


The Conservancy will soon become a neighbourhood offering excellent education at top schools, providing parents with peace of mind. The city is home to several postsecondary education institutions, including the University of Ottawa, Carleton University, Algonquin College, and more.

Moreover, Ottawa has been and will continue to experience tremendous growth. It is estimated that the city will need over 100,000 homes by the year 2031, which will keep the demand for real estate values and rent prices strong, making this development a smart real estate investment.

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Caivan Communities is a firm that designs. Their sales staff will present alternatives for structural design modifications and exterior house finishes. Caivan 360 is their unrelenting dedication to building each home to a higher quality. Their multidisciplinary team of specialists is available to assist you in every aspect of the home-buying process. They are dedicated to providing high-quality finishes, construction that can’t be beat, and a personalized approach. The staff at Caivan is honored to assist its customers in realizing their home-related desires. Every member of their staff is devoted to providing quality and an amazing client experience at every stage of the homeownership process.
Caivan is dedicated to leading the industry in land use efficiency, conservation, and trash reduction. Their team’s commitment to reducing their environmental impact is ingrained in all they do. Their development is facilitated by ABIC (Advanced Building Innovation Company), which uses generative design to reduce resource waste and adopt an energy-efficient approach throughout the whole building process. To make sure that their communities have a small impact on the environment, they use comprehensive trash diversion and reduction strategies and design all of their neighborhoods with sustainable community design principles.
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