PEI & have EVERYTHING …
Congratulations on wanting to become a part of the Granville on the Water neighbourhood. We’d be happy to discuss (phone/zoom/teams/email), or meet, to go over options with you. Let’s schedule a time – whichever way is most convenient.
There are always many questions with new accommodations !
Granville on the Water
Community information for Homeowners and Prospective Buyers
Luxury PEI waterfront, water view, and scenic vistas from homesites in North Granville, Prince Edward Island ….
“The perfect place to build your dream home or Vacation Property.” …. The perfect place
Granville on the Water is a 150+ acre residential development located amongst the gorgeous rolling hills of prestigious Stanley Bridge & North Granville – situated in one of the most scenic and sought-after areas in all of Prince Edward Island. The community offers a wonderful location for activities and pursuits that make life enjoyable:
- Enjoy first-class boating, swimming, fishing, and various water sports on one of the best boating river systems in PEI with access to 20+ km of river systems (Trout, Stanley, Southwest, Long Rivers) and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
- All homesites have common waterfront access through the Homeowners Association-owned lands and private docks can be secured on waterfront lots.
- Stanley Bridge has a 60 berth public marina to dock your boat – newly expanded and only a short trip away.
- Location Location Location. 15 Minutes to Cavendish Dunes and beaches, a 10-minute drive to 5 highly rated 18 hole golf courses, less than 30 minutes to Summerside, Charlottetown, and the Bridge to New Brunswick / Nova Scotia.
- Large lot sizes with a minimum land area of 0.75 acres. Many homesites are over 1 acre up to 3+ acres in size.
- Restrictive covenants – not onerous, merely protective.
- Underground water and electrical services to maintain those views.
- Fibre-optical high-speed internet service provided by Bell Aliant.
- Full signal bars on mobile devices in most areas – excellent cellular network services
Owners in Granville on the Water are collectively members of the Granville on the Water Homeowners Association. The Homeowners Association owns the roadways, the installed water supply and distribution system, and a number of common green space and water access parcels. Formed in 2005, the Association manages operations for the community. Roads and infrastructure are owned by the Association – by all the owners of lots and homes in the development – so management and maintenance are a part of the ongoing requirements for owners.
Below is more detailed information specifically created for homeowners … Click and scroll :
Phase C - 2023. The third phase at Granville on the Water was redesigned from the 2009 original layout and comes to the market in 2023 ... with some good luck and assistance of the Province.
This phase offers a variety of homesites that take best advantage of tremendous vistas, water and hillside views, waterfront access, and expanded community amenities. A map of the lot layouts can be viewed by clicking the image to the right …
As planning is completed for this third Phase C, lot information and details will be added.
Find Maps of developed phases 1 and 2 in Granville on the Water at Finding Your Way : GOTW Phase Maps
Find details on all lot frontage dimensions and land areas at Finding Your Way : GOTW Lot Dimensions
Community Amenities - Outdoor activities and getting to know your neighbours
In Granville on the Water, and on neighbouring lands, there are many opportunities for outdoor recreation, fitness, and enjoyment.
A playfield is found on the upper lands, with a common access croquet lawn and bocce courts on the lower level lands … all accessible by trails and walking paths within the community. FYI, the Developer of GOTW, Steve Dimond, is the 2022 USCA (US Croquet Association) Canada-East District President and a long-time croquet player.
Being on the Trout River, there is also an abundance of watersport activities, boating and fishing, and skating, hockey during frozen winter periods.
Directly adjacent and abutting the GOTW lands is 100+ acres of public forest lands, owned by the Province of PEI, and maintained under the Natural Areas Protection Act. These lands will remain forested in perpetuity and offer wonderful hiking and exploring opportunities right on your doorstep.
Water - supplied in the subdivision.
Granville on the Water has the enviable position of having on-site distributed potable water, from the Pump-house located on the lands. No hassles with wells or pumps. The water system and annual rates are regulated by IRAC (Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission) and can be viewed at this IRAC Page link and may be compared with other PEI utility rates on this IRAC page link.
Power - Maritime Electric Company Limited
Power to each home is supplied by Maritime Electric Company Limited. Find the current power rates on this link - Look for “Residential Service Rate Schedule” down the page. Find site plans for the water distribution and electrical lines on the utility information page.
Homeowners Association - Origin & Covenants
The Homeowners Association was formed in 2005 to enable the community to manage its own water system, handling road maintenance and snow removal, and maintain the common lands.
The development began in the mid-2000’s. The Granville on the Water Homeowners Association Inc. was registered with the province. The Granville on the Water Utility Inc., owned by the Association, was registered and a pumphouse built with 2 wells. All roads and common areas, as developed, are owned by the GOTW HOA. Membership in the Assocation is automatic with ownership of lots in the community. Phase 1 and 2 combined has 40 lots and those owners are members. Phase 3 has a further 28 lots, with a further 21 lots in the last phase. All owners will be members.
A document highlighting the By-laws and origins of the two companies, as well as the covenants and the neighbourhood governing documents for all owners may be downloaded by Clicking this link to the GOTW Owners Info document. (PDF opens in a new window – 6.6MBytes)
GOTW has registered covenants with Rules and Regulations that contribute to the quality of the neighbourhood and the complementary high standards of construction in the development. The Rules & Regulations are found in the PDF GranvilleCovenants-2021-withForm.pdf to view or download
The Covenants originated with a document registered on title to the lands and applicable to all homesite owners. The original document contained the first Schedule ‘B’ – Protective Covenants (Rules and Regulations) (2005). Schedule ‘B’ was modified in 2006, 2019, and again in 2021. A transcribed copy of the registered document is found at : GOTW-DeclarationOfCovenants&Restrictions-COPY
Homeowners Association - Annual Fees
The Homeowners Association invoices member/owners annually with following fees :
|Water Supply : (regulated by IRAC)
|Road Maintenance and Snow Removal
|Capital Improvement Fund (2022-2026)
The Capital Improvement Fund is in place to enable repaving of the roads owned by the Association, in due course …. We anticipate that to occur near 2026, with some modest maintenance of the roads in the meantime. With a newly paved road, the properties in the community will no doubt recoup the investment through increased home and lot values. New Buyers will have the benefit of this Fund in place
With more lots coming on-line, and more homes being built, the fees will allow a contingency fund as well, which may be required for ensuring the water pump house and all systems function well over the long haul.