To celebrate our 40th anniversary, we’re thrilled to showcase several Cachet homes and communities from the last four decades. While every one of our developments is special to us, these custom homes and master-planned communities each have a distinctive feature that has played a significant role in our growth and evolution.
Today, we look back at Olde Meadowvale Village, Cachet’s first large-scale residential community, built in 1998.
Officially established in 1836, Olde Meadowvale Village in Mississauga earned the distinction of being Ontario’s first Heritage Conservation District. We were proud to build our largest community to date in such a uniquely special area. Olde Meadowvale Village consists of 100 executive homes built on 40′ and 60′ lots across 25 acres of land. Cachet created a delightful neighbourhood of ‘Old Ontario’ style homes, designed in collaboration with RN Design. Each home is set on a deep, traditional lot, with many backing onto the Credit Valley ravine.
At The Ravines of Olde Meadowvale Village, our homeowners are surrounded by all the essential amenities a modern family needs to thrive, including excellent schools, parks, recreational facilities, and the Credit Valley Conservation Area.
Olde Meadowvale Village presents an early example of our commitment to building visionary communities across Southern Ontario. Our dedication to architectural innovation, thoughtful design, and the highest quality craftsmanship are evident here, in one of our earliest Cachet communities—just one of the many reasons it has become such a notable part of our history.