A home in the Vance Farm community.

Vance Farm

Vance Farm is a neighbourhood of beautiful and timeless Craftsman-style homes in rural Kanata. The subdivision was established on land that was purchased by Irwin Vance, an Irish immigrant who came to Canada in 1840 and set up business in the Village of Carp. Irwin Vance purchased the land for his son Thomas and the land passed through generations of the Vances who grew grain and raised cattle and still farm to this day in West Carleton. The homes of Vance Farm are all inspired by the Craftsman Movement. The homes of Vance Farm offer a homogeneous architectural style and beautiful spaces for today's busy families.