Let the dreams begin!
Introducing Snyder’s Flats Estates – an exclusive residential development featuring lots ranging from 1.6 to 1.8 acres in the quaint Woolwich Township settlement of Bloomingdale.
Adjacent to the 100 hectare Snyder’s Flats Nature Preserve featuring a 4.5 kilometer looped trail connecting with the Grand Valley Trail system, ponds, stream, forests and the Grand River, this highly desirable estate homesite development is just minutes from regional shopping malls, grocery & pharmacy in addition to the HWY 401, Highways 7 & 8 and the Conestoga Parkway.
Snyder’s Flats Estates will be made available to the public by New Way Realty Inc. following completion of site registration in connection with severance and site development plan agreement in spring of 2021.
Snyder's Flats Nature Preserve
Imagine living next door to a natural, protected paradise! Snyder's Flats is a 100-hectare former aggregate extraction operation that has been restored as a natural area with ponds, new forests, grasslands and other features. Featuring a 4.5 kilometre looped trail with interpretive signs that explain the features of Snyder's Flats passing natural ponds and with views of the Grand River. The ponds provide habitat for several fish species that live in the ponds as well as the nearby Grand River. The forest was planted in conjunction with local service clubs.
The Township of Woolwich is a rural township in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, immediately to the north and east of the City of Waterloo. It is bounded by the cities of Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge.
Woolwich Township is made up of 10 small communities each with their own charms, attractions and festivals. Woolwich Township has a population of 26,000 .
With Woolwich's substantial population of Old Order Mennonite families, it is also not unusual to see horse-drawn buggies and farm equipment alongside suburban vehicles.
Region of Waterloo
Waterloo Region is located in the heart of southwestern Ontario's greenbelt. We have all the amenities of a large urban centre while still maintaining the charm and character of a smaller rural community.
Each of our three cities offers its own unique attractions.
Cambridge has a rich cultural history reflected in the picturesque limestone buildings lining the Grand and Speed Rivers. It offers live theatre, museums and Canada's longest continually operating farmers' market. Explore more than 365 hectares of parkland or venture along the Grand by canoe or on the Cambridge to Paris Rail Trail.
Kitchener, the Region's largest city, is a hub of urban activity. With a history of industry and working together, entrepreneurship is in its very roots. Small businesses and start-ups make up a large portion of the workforce helping to drive the culture of innovation. Immerse yourself in the many large outdoor festivals and special events downtown throughout the year, learn to ski at Chicopee, or take in a show or sporting event at one of several major venues.
Waterloo is home to two of the highest-ranked universities in the country and attracts some of the best and brightest talent from around the world. Uptown Waterloo is a thriving urban centre with award-winning architecture, unique shops and fantastic restaurants.
Our peaceful rural landscape, comprising the townships of North Dumfries, Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich, is dotted with many distinct towns and historic communities as well as farms offering homemade sausages, maple syrup, apple butter, cheese and Mennonite furniture and quilts.
With a population of more than 630,000 people, Waterloo Region is one of the fastest growing areas in Ontario. But it remains a community of communities, connected by high-quality transit, cycling and walking trails and the scenic Grand River.
Artists Concepts & Video
View the architectural rendering to help gain some insight of what your dream could possibly become!
These rendering are conceptual images and not a representation of the completed subdivision. You’ll work with your builder, architect and landscape design people to create your own dream.
Register to receive notifications and further details.
By entering my email I agree to receive notifications as more information becomes available and I understand that I can unsubscribe at any time by responding to any communications and requesting “unsubscribe”
While the Snyder’s Flats Estates developers have identified and pre-qualified two premier luxury home builders, Estate purchasers also have an opportunity to present the builder of their choice for consideration. Those possessing the pedigree and portfolios demonstrating a commitment to quality building and design suitable to maintaining the highest standards expected in the Snyder’s Flats Estates settings will be considered for qualification.
The purchase of a building lot requires consultation with a variety of professionals including realtors, lawyers and builders who conisder and review a range of concerns for which specific documentation is developed. These issues include, but are not limited to:
Restrictive covenants addressing
Minimum size and style of homes
Setbacks from property boundaries
Timelines imposed for commencement & completion of construction
Storage of boats & RV’s
Development Plans & Agreements & By-laws
Permitted & prohibited use
Easements & rights-of-way
Development and permits fees
It is highly recommended that prospective purchasers thoroughly investigate these professional services prior to engaging with the listing Realtor.