The Guide will provide a framework for the new Senneville-sur-le-Parc real estate project
SENNEVILLE, QC, May 1, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - The Village of Senneville, nestled in the West Island, recently adopted a "Guide to Architectural Principles" to guide and stimulate inspiring real estate development that respects the natural and built environment of the Village.
The first-known buildings in the Village of Senneville date back to the 17th century. From a colonial outpost to a place of leisure and modern village, Senneville has become a hidden gem for nature lovers and admirers of architectural heritage.
Senneville-sur-le-Parc real estate project
The new real estate project Senneville-sur-le-Parc follows the path of the modern village. The project will include a neighbourhood of 84 single-family homes. This is the largest development in the recent history of the Village, which currently has 340 homes.
With a view to preserving Senneville's architectural and landscape heritage, the Town Council wanted to facilitate and guide current and future construction endeavours. "It is important that the Senneville-sur-le-Parc project meet the requirements of a quality residential neighbourhood, while building upon our history," says Senneville Mayor, Julie Brisebois. The 'Guide to Architectural Principles' allows us to put forth a contemporary architecture based on our rich past."
A rich architectural heritage
The residential architecture of the Village of Senneville is the product of many influences. It borrows as much from the French regime and the Second Empire as from the Arts & Crafts, Cape Cod and Prairie School styles. All these influences coexist harmoniously with each other and with the lush surroundings. The "Guide to Architectural Principles" will ensure respect for the rich and diverse context that creates the unique character of the Village of Senneville.
SOURCE Village de Senneville
For further information: Jeannette Bertrand, Village de Senneville, email@example.com, 514-457-6020