Compare Windfall with any other community in Ontario, urban or resort, and you will be astonished by the depth of thought that has gone into every aspect of Windfall’s planning, design and construction. Nothing has been overlooked, from the architectural detailing and positioning of the homes to the colour palette we have selected to ensure every home beautifully relates to one another and its environment.
When buying a Windfall home, it’s about the mountain experience and so much more. Being next to Ontario’s favourite four-season playground, there’s a world of things to do. From skiing to golfing, cycling to hiking – it’s all within walking distance or a short scenic drive. But to many, the most inspiring aspect of Windfall will be the always present mountain views.
Windfall’s architectural style is an artful modern day interpretation of Georgian Bay cabin, cottage and chalet design – a spirited dialogue between old and new. These are homes of all seasons – efficient, beautifully designed and constructed, and available in a variety of floor plans to suit every lifestyle.
Windfall is at the centre of everything you love about life in the Blue Mountains and in between the most coveted of neighbours. After a hard day enjoying the skiing, shopping and action at the famed Blue Mountain Village and Resort, it is comforting to know one can relax at the renowned Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain, both of which are located right next door to Windfall.
With it’s aforementioned neighbours, Windfall is already rich in year-round activities and amenities. And just for Windfall residents, there will be a barn-inspired, architecturally striking but unpretentious structure in the heart of the community, simply called The Shed, as a year round social gathering place for all ages.
Running through the heart of Windfall is a Nature Corridor, connecting trail systems to neighbourhoods that walkers, cyclists, cross country skiers and snowshoers can follow to cross the community from end to end. Over 30 percent of Windfall has been dedicated to preserving nature with its abundance of wildlife corridors, sensitively restored wetlands, streams, and ponds, parklands, a Sugar Maple forest and a nature preserve.
Much time and effort has gone into every detail of Windfall’s design and development. Chapter by chapter, the story unfolds. So pull up a chair and settle in for an interesting read.