Now is the time to turn your dream of a new home in a desirable location into reality.
In the hopes of helping residents achieve this, Dmyterko Enterprises Ltd. has developed Woodbridge Estates, an affordably priced subdivision in the charming West Hill area of Prince Albert.
With fully serviced lots starting as low as $82,900, the opportunity to live in this alluring up-and-coming neighbourhood can now be achieved at a lower price than any others are offering.
“It is a nice clean very appealing area and is a great place for families,” owner Perry Dmyterko said, who has been a trusted name in the business of developing building lots for over a decade.
The lots located just off 28 Street West are on average 50 feet wide by 124 feet deep, providing ample space to place a well sized by-level home with a double garage. The area has also been zoned to support the ability to develop a duplex, something which has already been undertaken by one buyer.
This charming subdivision is close to numerous amenities including the Alfred Jenkins Field House and the Victoria Hospital. Prime shopping locations are also located just minutes away at the South Hill Mall.
The area is also appealing for those who enjoy getting outdoors, as the lots are just steps from the city’s iconic Rotary Trail. Those with children will also appreciate that St. Anne and Arthur Peachey schools are in walking distance.
Though only blocks from the hustle and bustle of it all, there is plenty of green space located directly among the lots.
Knowing that price can be a major hurdle for those looking to make the step into development, Perry’s goal was to produce a development at an attainable price point for all families.
This is why, together with the attainable price point we have also offered free property taxes for one year and no real estate fees.
The land is a fresh slate ready to be carved into your own vision as Dmyterko has leveled the land eliminating the need to bring in excess earth and stone before building.
“We try to find land that is close to the city limits and then build some lots to get some tax payers money back into the city. It is a win-win for everybody,” he said.
Wanting to give back and provide locals with the opportunity to grow their dreams is something Perry Dmyterko and his locally owned and operated business know well.
Established in 1976 by Dmyterko’s father Ed, he and his family have operated the excavating and landscaping company for over 40 years. Since Perry took over the reins of the business around 12 years ago it has rapidly grown into the excavating specialist company they are known as today.
“I have worked my way from the trenches to where I am today,” Dmyterko said.
Dmyterko Enterprises Ltd. are professionals in residential and commercial work contact them for everything from excavating to water and sewer installation, trenching, sand, gravel rock and topsoil services as well as snow removal in the winter.
Those interested in the lots can take a tour of the area by following the signs Along 28th street west or contact Dmyterko Enterprises Ltd. by phone 306-764-0336 or email at [email protected] or drop by their office located on Highway #3 West, just minutes outside Prince Albert.
Visit the web site http://www.dmyterkoent.com/lots_single.php?recordID=4
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