Stewiacke River Crossing
Our 120-acre development embraces space for residential and commercial growth in the town of Stewiacke. There is space for multi-unit and single-family homes, which will include villas and town houses, as well as designated space for commercial, retail, offices, warehousing, and light manufacturing.
The Stewiacke River Crossing project utilizes Dexter Construction, Allison Land Surveys, and ABLE Engineering as supporting contractors and services companies. We are proud to be utilizing local suppliers like the Stewiacke Home Hardware Building Centre.
Come live, work, and play in Stewiacke!
This residential community is located just off of Highway 102 with scenic views of rolling farmlands and rivers, full of small town charm with key amenities and services. Stewiacke River Crossing is within walking distance to a doctor and dentist office along with a lively community library, grocery and liquor stores, and various other shops and restaurants. The Colchester East Hants Health Centre is located 15 minutes from Stewiacke and there is a newly built elementary school in town. There are numerous natural and groomed trails within town limits as well as three rivers for outdoor recreation, all providing residents with community living where one can live, work, and play.
Stewiacke River Crossing is a great place for commuters to call home as our community is approximately a 40-minute drive to Halifax, 15 minutes from Truro and 20 minutes from the Halifax International Airport. This is an ideal place for those looking to raise a growing family or downsize in a rural community while staying close to key amenities and services.
When complete, the residential development will have single family homes, multi-unit complexes, as well as town houses and villas. Model homes are now being constructed and will be on the market with Hants Realty.
The commercial development presents business development and investment opportunities for Stewiacke and Colchester County with designated lots for hotels, retail, manufacturing and professional centres. Lots have also been allocated for banking, grocery, and utility providers. Road construction has begun on the commercial lots, with all lots serviced with water and sewage to the boundary line.