These are the newest communities in the
Deep South. Contact us
if you are interested in purchasing an already constructed new home,
an almost constructed new home or if you would like to have a home
built for you! Many builders have "spec" homes that are
brand new, but are ready to move into.
Located in a picturesque valley between Cranston and Chaparall along
the Bow River. Quiet, calm and you’ll be able to ride your
bike or walk along the pathway, even to Lake Sikome! Two golf courses
are planned—the Blue Devil golf course is being developed
Chaparral Valley is only expected to hold 600 homes, making it an
ideal small-town model. It is unique in that the river valley is
a lush and peaceful setting.
This community is expected to be about 1,300 acres in size and will
be built over 15 years. It is unique due to its interconnected three-part
lake will be the largest in Calgary at 62 acres of lake.
The Ollerenshaw Ranch will be preserved within Mahogany, allowing
this brand new community to have an historical past.
The houses in Mahogany are very unique. In Mahogany Waters Phases
1, 2 and 3, you'll be offered Coastal, Shingle, French Country and
Arts & Craft. There are about 262 lots available in these first
phases with prices in the mid-$400,000s, including the garage and
The lake is starting to be filled up! It won't be ready for swimming
in 2009, but should be by 2010. It looks large!
This is a planned community comprising residences, commercial buildings,
institutional buildings (the new South East Hospital) that is just
beginning constructions. It’s located directly south of Auburn
Carma Developers says the commercial park will cover 360 acres and
incorporate the new hospital, a high school, public library and
a regional recreation center. It will also include 2.5 million square
feet of retail and office space and 1,500 multi-family housing units.
Carma’s aim is to make Seton the “downtown” of
A ribbon pathway framed by stands of preserved trees. Traffic-calming
devices that promote walking and biking. A naturalized wetland and
clear-water pond. These are just a few of the features through which
Walden holds tight to its natural legacy.
The vision for this new community created by Genstar comes from
Henry David Thoreau’s 19th-century novel Walden (which emphasizes
finding simplicity in life by getting back to nature).
Walden will be 620 acres south of Chaparral, and divided into three
villages, each with its own distinct feel. A 160-acre park and trail
system called the Walden Preserve and a golf course are great draws.
We just took a tour of some of the new semi-detached homes here
and the prices are very good -- $290,000 gets you a spacious home
with a detached garage, backyard and lots of bonus upgrades.
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