Minto Mahogany is the perfect blend of charming village lifestyle and upscale, contemporary design. Our homes are exquisitely crafted with beautiful attention to detail. High ceilings, bright, open floorplans, and the convenience of a vibrant village on your doorstep — Minto Mahogany is the natural choice for the discerning home buyer.
At Mahogany, our custom home builders, architects and planners surveyed the existing homes in Manotick to inspire a range of beautiful architectural style that fit naturally in the community.
This style was derived from the country manors of the French provinces. It is characterized by brick or stone masonry with stucco, and is more stately and formal than French country. It can vary from being very modern to rustic and antique in appearance. It has steep pitched roofs with distinctly tall second floor windows, often capped with an arched cornice that breaks through and rises above the eaves.Available in:
Arts & Crafts
This was an international style that flourished in the late 1800's, reacting to the lack of decoration during the immerging Industrial Revolution. It was simple in form and stood for traditional craftsmanship. Decoration was borrowed from medieval, folk and romantic styles. The method of construction was often expressed within the style, to emphasize the materials used.Available in:
The Cape Cod style originated in the New England states in the 17th century. It is simple in form, featuring steep roofs with dormers and side gables, and is clad in wood siding or shingles with very little ornamentation. Its windows are typically framed with shutters.Available in:
This international style has a long history dating back to early 1140 in Paris. It was the favoured style for churches and federal buildings for centuries, before developing into a style for residential buildings, retaining features including pointed arches, steep gables and tower elements. It also retained its romantic influences of detail from the middle ages.Available in:
This style was associated to the group of styles developed under four English monarchs between 1720 and 1840. It was widely disseminated to the American and English colonies at the time. It consists of a simple one or two story box, with strict symmetry arrangements. Usually constructed from wood and clapboards, it features an elaborate front entry capped with a detailed crown. Multi-paned windows were never paired, but arranged symmetrically. Roofs varied from gabled to hipped.Available in: