Contemporary styling and intelligently designed, the spacious Springfield Towns are exceptional homes in a beautiful neighbourhood.  This development is a finalist in this year’s “Greater Ottawa Homebuilder’s Association Awards”.


A collection of modern townhomes in the lovely Lindenlea neighbouhood in Ottawa.  The three units are bright, spacious and inviting, each with its own unique characteristics and modern charm. The design is decidedly contemporary and all the three units share a consistent, simple and pure form.  Springfield Towns make a modern statement in the neighbourhood while also respecting the massing, material context and form of its neighbouring homes.

SALE PRICE: $995,000. Inclusive of taxes. Only one unit left.



The exterior materials used at Springfield Towns are brick, stucco, cedar and metal. The deliberate use of this combination of materials creates as sense of warmth and welcome against a contemporary backdrop. The floorplans have been carefully considered to create open concept interiors that facilitate and celebrate urban living. Our building standards far exceed what is required by Code and we use the latest construction technics and building materials.

Some of the key building features include:

  • 2,111 square feet
  • Double car, heated garage
  • Radient heated floors throughout
  • Intelligent and open kitchen design with abundant storage
  • Custom island in the kitchen, solid surface counters and under-mounted sink
  • Built-in, custom millwork in kitchen, bathrooms and bedrooms
  • 5 high-end appliances (Bosch, Liebherr, GE)
  • High-end finishes throughout
  • 11 foot ceilings on the main floor
  • Sunken living areas to help define the open space
  • Custom designed bathrooms
  • Master bath with custom double-sink, rain shower and glass shower box
  • Roof-top terrace with vistas of Parliament, BBQ gas line hook-up and rough-in for hot-tub
  • Fully-finished basement with 3-piece bath
  • STC rated walls between units for maximum sound-proofing


As with every ModBox home, Springfield Towns are environmentally conscious and green wherever possible.

The design of this development is such that it takes full advantage of passive solar heating and cooling through window placement and shading devices. Energy-efficiency is maximized by using high-efficiency building materials, inputs and appliances. Some green features include:

  • Tiltco windows: quality and top efficiency (eplus+ 4000:), energy efficient frames and glass with outstanding insulation values
  • The windows also include multipoint locking tilt and turn as well as hopper operating systems
  • Spray foam insulation in ceilings provides a higher R-value an mitigates air leakage
  • ICF Foundation:
    • has a higher R-value and provides a dry and highly insulated basement
    • assists in the maintenance of consistent humidity and temperature throughout the entire house
    • offers a higher STC rating for sound-proofing




The Towns are located in the lovely Lindealea community in Ottawa. This neighbourhood is well-established and ideally located in close proximity to the Byward Market (2 kms), Rideau Hall (1 km) and to the city’s best schools and parks. A few hundred meters down Springfield Ave. at Beechwood, there are excellent restaurants, retails shops, boutiques, supermarket and organic food stores.  For more community information please visit the Lindenlea Community Association at www.lindenlea.ca .


Recently profiled as one of “Canada’s next great neighbourhoods” in Air Canada’s En Route Magazine, New Edinburgh is an urban neighbourhood on the rise. The bustling Beechwood avenue is at the heart of this neighbourhood and only a short walk from Springfield Towns.  Points of interest include: Fraser’s Cafe, Arturo’s Food Market, the Scone Witch and Jacobsons Concept Gourmet.


An upscale Ottawa neighbourhood known for its natural beauty and green spaces which include; the Jubilee gardens, the Village Green and pathways along McKay Lake and the Pond. This beautiful neighbourhood is well-established and has a rich history dating back to 1867.  For more information about the Village please visit the Rockcliffe Park Residents Association website at www.rockcliffepark.ca .