Maybe it’s time to stop
confusing the mailman.

Whether it’s lifestyles of life stages, diversity is a beautiful thing. Something that’s reflected in the architecture here. Different styles of homes dot every street; duplexes with single-families, semi-detached with row housing, traditional with modern.

Whether it’s lifestyles or life stages, diversity is a beautiful thing. Something that’s reflected in the architecture here. Different styles of homes dot every street; duplexes with single-families, semi-detached with row housing, traditional with modern.

Hills House Design
LEGEND
  1. Solar-Ready Home (Optional)
    Incorporating systems to accommodate solar energy generation will make the future installation of solar technologies much more cost effective and less disruptive.
  2. Responsible Exterior Materials
    Use roofing materials with a minimum 30-year manufacturer warranty. A durable roofing system will save you money by eliminating the need to replace or repair it often.
  3. Low-Flow Fixtures
    Install kitchen and washroom faucets and low-flow shower heads to reduce flow rates, while increasing water effciency in your home.
  4. Energy-Efficient Appliances
    Make sure all appliances are energy efficient. ENERGY STAR-labelled products meet strict requirements.
  5. Rain Barrel
    Having a rain barrel with an insect screen encourages homeowners to use rainwater for landscaping needs.
  6. Effcient and Quiet Fans
    Install an active energy recovery ventilator to eliminate humid, stale, polluted air from your home and let fresh, clean outdoor air into your home.
  7. Advance Air Filtration (Optional)
    Install a HEPA filtration system along with an HVAC system.
  8. Efficient Lighting
    Interior and exterior light fixtures are fluorescent, compact fluorescent and LED lamps. They use 50% less energy than standard lamps and last up to ten times longer.
  9. Blower Door Test
    Blower door tests help determine a home’s airtightness by exaggerating the home’s air leaks through depressurization. Reducing the air leakage will avoid drafts in your home.
  10. Native Plant Species
    Native plants require less maintenance and adapt better to the local climate and soil conditions.
Hills House Design
LEGEND
  1. Solar-Ready Home (Optional)
    Incorporating systems to accommodate solar energy generation will make the future installation of solar technologies much more cost effective and less disruptive.
  2. Responsible Exterior Materials
    Use roofing materials with a minimum 30-year manufacturer warranty. A durable roofing system will save you money by eliminating the need to replace or repair it often.
  3. Low-Flow Fixtures
    Install kitchen and washroom faucets and low-flow shower heads to reduce flow rates, while increasing water effciency in your home.
  4. Energy-Efficient Appliances
    Make sure all appliances are energy efficient. ENERGY STAR-labelled products meet strict requirements.
  5. Rain Barrel
    Having a rain barrel with an insect screen encourages homeowners to use rainwater for landscaping needs.
  6. Efficient and Quiet Fans
    Install an active energy recovery ventilator to eliminate humid, stale, polluted air from your home and let fresh, clean outdoor air into your home.
  7. Advance Air Filtration (Optional)
    Install a HEPA filtration system along with an HVAC system.
  8. Efficient Lighting
    Interior and exterior light fixtures are fluorescent, compact fluorescent and LED lamps. They use 50% less energy than standard lamps and last up to ten times longer.
  9. Blower Door Test
    Blower door tests help determine a home’s airtightness by exaggerating the home’s air leaks through depressurization. Reducing the air leakage will avoid drafts in your home.
  10. Native Plant Species
    Native plants require less maintenance and adapt better to the local climate and soil conditions.


Built for people with planet in mind.

Though different in appearance, each home is built to meet certain architectural and environmental standards. Here, you can explore some of the green features that will be available under your roof.

Meet the builders.

You’ll find the handiwork of some of the finest builders in Edmonton on display at The Hills at Charlesworth.
It’s their craftsmanship that gives shape to the vision set out in our architectural guidelines.

  • Front Drive Townhomes
  • Front Drive Duplexes
  • Front Drive Single Family 1-Car
  • Front Drive Single Family 2-Car

  • Front Drive Townhomes
  • Front Drive Duplexes
  • Front Drive Single Family 1-Car
  • Front Drive Single Family 2-Car

  • Rear Lane Townhomes
  • Rear Lane Duplexes
  • Rear Lane Single Family 1-Car
  • Rear Lane Zero Lot Line Single Family
  • Rear Lane Zero Lot Line Duplexes

ARCHITECTURAL GUIDELINES: Stage 18, 19 Stage 21 Stage 24