Goodbye to the unattainable.

Built for wherever life has led you.

In the heart of Vista Crossing, we've crafted a community that extends a warm welcome to everyone, featuring a variety of homes that cater to all life's stages. From the snug comfort of townhomes to the expansive charm of porch-front houses, our neighborhood embraces diversity and fosters connections, ensuring there's a perfect place for you here, no matter where you are in your journey.

Product Types

Exclusive Builder Partners

Bringing the streetscapes to life, each trusted builder partner offers homes across every size. Homebuyers can select their builder of choice whether they’re first-time buyers, empty-nesters looking to downsize, yearning for a porch lifestyle, or wanting the convenience of an attached garage.

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Live your best life

Homes by Dream

Homes by Dream was founded to help people become homeowners; because home-ownership is the best way to start experiencing the Dream Effect in full. We sweat the details. It’s why our homes are designed with raised roof trusses, which allow for greater insulation and wind protection, and look great while doing so. We believe that the home is the root of the community. From there, homeowners can experience everything their community has to offer, like nature reserves, dedicated transit, bike lanes, sustainable waterways, interactive parks, state-of-the-art schools, and fully equipped recreational facilities.

Types of Homes

Laned $440,000 - $580,000

Front Drive $560,000 - $710,000

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Quality, integrity, honesty

McKee Homes

Home building isn't a job here at McKee Homes, it's more like a calling. Our mission statement reflects that. It's a simple statement of why we come to work every day: to bring the highest possible degree of craftsmanship and service to each home we build for you, our valued customers.

Types of Homes

Laned $450,000 - $550,000

Town $390,000 - $430,000

Front Drive $550,000 - $700,000

Life looks better from the porch.

Rich in detail and full of heart.

Varying architectural styles along a single street help to avoid a cookie-cutter look. Prairie, Farmhouse, Craftsman, Victorian, and Tudor architectures combine simple, yet timeless styles that will last for generations. The hard part will be picking your favourite among the charming lineup full of character and curb appeal.

Architectural Styles


Craftsman homes embody an enduring charm, with their emphasis on natural materials and thoughtful design. Their exteriors often showcase warm earth tones, like rich browns and forest greens, offset by accents of stone or brickwork. Low-pitched roofs with wide overhangs supported by exposed beams create a welcoming sense of shelter. Front porches, often adorned with tapered columns, offer a seamless transition between outdoor and indoor living, inviting connection with nature and neighbors alike.

Architectural Styles


Farmhouse architecture evokes a feeling of both simplicity and warmth. Their exteriors frequently feature white or light-colored siding, often with contrasting black trim for a crisp, inviting look. Their gabled roofs sometimes combine with charming dormers for added visual interest. Spacious, wraparound porches are a farmhouse staple, offering both practical shade and a leisurely space for relaxing and enjoying the surrounding landscape. The overall aesthetic is one of welcoming comfort, blending timeless design with a touch of rustic charm.

Architectural Styles

French Country

French Country architecture exudes a sense of understated elegance and old-world charm. Exteriors often feature muted, natural tones – think creamy whites, soft grays, and warm beiges. Steeply pitched roofs covered in slate or clay tiles add a touch of European flair. Windows, typically tall and multi-paned, may be framed by charming shutters for a touch of whimsy. Arched doorways and stone accents create a sense of history and permanence, while balconies with wrought-iron railings add a touch of refinement.

Architectural Styles

Folk Victorian

Folk Victorian homes possess a unique blend of quaintness and Victorian-era charm. Their exteriors often feature clapboard siding painted in cheerful colors, accented with decorative trim around windows and along the porch. Cozy gables and welcoming porches, sometimes adorned with turned posts and spindlework, add to their inviting appeal. You might find a bay window or two peeking out from the facade, bringing extra light and a sense of spaciousness to interior rooms. Overall, Folk Victorian homes evoke a sense of warmth, practicality, and a touch of whimsy.

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Prairie architecture exudes a sense of harmony with the surrounding landscape. Exteriors often feature natural materials like wood, brick, or stucco in earthy tones. Long, low-pitched roofs with wide overhangs mimic the horizontal lines of the prairie, creating a sense of groundedness. Rows of windows, sometimes grouped in bands, emphasize the connection to the outdoors, flooding interiors with natural light. Porches may be integrated into the home's design, offering a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces. The overall effect is one of simplicity, functionality, and a deep respect for the natural environment.

Lot Map

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