There is nowhere better to spend the end of summer than Crystal Beach, and Marz Homes has recently launched their second phase at South Coast Village.

The Nostalgia Series offer 6 uniquely designed single detached homes on 15 deep lots with long driveways, big front porches, and spacious main floor master bedrooms with luxurious ensuites.

To make things even better, Marz Homes is offering Energy Star® qualified homes for this entire phase. An Energy Star® qualified home is typically 20% more energy-efficient than a typical home. Free of drafts, difficult temperatures, and moisture issues, all while saving you money.

Visitors curious to learn more can visit a new model home — the Beachside Bungaloft offers a mature take on a nautical theme and is a shining example of what the South Coast lifestyle is all about. Recently nominated for two OHBA Awards — Best Production Built Home and Best Model Home under 2500 square feet — its coastal flair is blended with a hint of modern elegance and appeals to the buyer looking for a beach inspired retreat.

South Coast Village itself is centered around the concept of a coastal resort lifestyle. The walkable, bike-friendly community provides residents with access to a large variety of amenities, most notably the beach that makes Crystal Beach famous. When completed, residents will have access to a clubhouse, pool, tennis courts, and a neighbourhood commercial storefront, all on site.

Marz Homes is known for its award-winning reputation and South Coast Village has been no exception. In addition to their recent OHBA nominations the community has received prior recognitions including HHHBA Project of the Year, HHHBA Best Single-Family Home (Beachside), CHBA finalist for Community Development, and the OHBA People’s Choice Award.

If you’d like to visit the South Coast Village Community, you can stop by the model home Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5 pm, or during the week by appointment. For more information call Phil Smith at 905-894-SURF (7873) or visit

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