Ridgewood West Custom Homes

Architectural Guidelines

Qualico Communities takes pride in creating inviting and attractive communities. Each phase in Ridgewood West has Architectural Guidelines that builders follow when designing your new home. These guidelines set the standard of design and materials for that area including site development, landscaping, exterior finishes and fencing.

Today’s homes often use plans that are customized to suit your style and personal preferences. Popular plans and styles can sometimes lead to homes on a street looking too similar.

Houses that are too similar

Architectural Guidelines help prevent neighbouring homes from being too similar. They ensure each home has varying exterior design elements such as architectural styles, colours and materials.

Houses with different styles

Architectural Guidelines provide physical separation of similar homes by applying a 5-7 house buffer. This prevents matching exterior elements from being too close together.

Similar houses on a street spaced apart

How will this impact your home?

The options for your preferred plan and the exterior finishes of your home may be affected by neighbouring homes that were already approved.

Work with your builder to select the ideal combination of lot, plan, architectural style and materials you love for your new home. Some flexibility is required by all new homeowners to establish the appealing streetscapes found within Ridgewood West.

RidgeWood West Architectural Guidelines

Architectural guidelines have been established for RidgeWood West, to achieve a well-coordinated, attractive community. The guidelines include appropriate standards of design and materials including site development, landscaping, fencing and finishes. 
Phase 1 
Phase 2
Phase 3

Fence Guideline Details

Phase 1 
    Phase 1A
    Phase 1B East
    Phase 1B West
    Phase 1C
Phase 2
    Phase 2A East
    Phase 2A West
    Phase 2B North
    Phase 2B South
Phase 3
    Phase 3 Southeast
    Phase 3 Northwest
    Phase 3B