Discerning home buyers looking to acquire a building lot that pleases their move up expectations will be more than satisfied when discovering the family oriented Castlebrook community in northwest Edmonton, a master planned multi-lake community.
A very well-established community that presents a picturesque park-like setting and peaceful lakeside living has attracted new homebuyers to Castlebrook since 1988.
This master planned community, thoughtfully designed by Canterra Developments Corp., set in natural surroundings with three beautifully landscaped lakes is conveniently located at 97 Street and 176 Avenue and offers buyers a variety of lots to choose from. Castlebrook is a very appealing, warm community away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown core, yet with easy access to it for work and amenities and has quick access to other major east west arteries and the new Anthony Henday Drive ring road scheduled for completion in 2011.
Castlebrook is mere minutes from all major grocery stores including T & T Market, convenient enclosed mall shopping.
Castlebrook is an “architecturally controlled” community which brings unique qualities to the design integrity of the homes in the community, and is of great importance to these existing homeowners for protecting their investment and ultimately that of Canterra as the developer.
Castlebrook currently has 80 serviced lots available to suit a wide range of home styles and sizes. The lots available have building pockets ranging from 32 to 52 feet. The largest lots allow space for houses with three-car garages and some are walkouts backing onto to the lake. This is an “open lot sale” community which simply means you can buy the lot yourself without a builder, or have a quality builder acquire the lot for your ideal home on your behalf.
Along with the landscaped lakes, there is an abundance of green space throughout the community including numerous parks and pathways for both the young and the young at heart. All residents appreciate the extensive tree-planting program that has created tree-lined streets and boulevards and the consistency in the architecturally controlled project fencing from the beginning.
Initially we thought that Canterras architectural guidelines were a bit strict in Castlebrook. However, now that weve completed all of our obligations regarding our home being built we now realize they are in place to protect our investment and the integrity of the community, it was all worthwhile