Rhodo is a collection of one to four bedroom contemporary townhomes, with beautiful greenspace and urban connectivity to the heart of Victoria. Rhodo is a home with a front door to a great neighbourhood. Spacious two bedroom homes start in the mid $700,000s.
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Kitchens for the Modern Chef
Rhodo kitchens feature full-sized Bosch appliances with natural gas cooktop, under-cabinet integrated task lighting, and an optional integrated Bosch microwave. With flat-panel, modern cabinets in matte white or warm grey, rift-cut white oak accents, quartz stone countertops, and solid quartz backsplash, the kitchens at Rhodo radiate exceptional quality and detail.
Interiors Crafted from a Legacy of Fine Custom Home Building
Rhodo is a reflection of our desire to build timeless homes that connect today’s key features with warm, coastal, and contemporary finishes. From baseboard and doorway trims that blend a modern form with traditional proportions, to the thoughtful inclusion of pantries, nooks, and mud rooms, Rhodo has it all. Enjoy a bright, airy home full of natural light; with over-height ceilings on its main levels and vaulted ceilings on the upper floor, along with connected outdoor living with patios, terraces, and balconies.
Inside the Master
With a flood of natural light from the private terrace doors and wall-to-wall custom built-in wardrobes, the master bedrooms in Rhodo keep you connected to the outdoors and provide a quiet, minimalist place to recharge. Reset after a great day in your neighbourhood with deep soaker tubs, high-efficiency dual flush toilets, and Grohe fixtures in polished chrome.
Park or Mountain Views
Every Rhodo master bedroom has a private terrace with generous outdoor living space. Block 1 homes enjoy south facing, peekaboo views of the Olympic Mountains; block 2 views look west over the urban forest of Hollywood Park.
Coastal Contemporary Exterior
Rhodo’s innovative design uses high-quality, natural materials—including cedar shingles and vertical cedar siding—to mirror its coastal location. Wood benches, corten steel planters, and architectural concrete line the central courtyard and mews while thoughtfully planned walkways, resting places, and park access were designed with the pedestrian in mind.