One of Prince Albert's newest and only lakeside development has something for everyone.
“You don't get this anywhere,” Scott Bridge, a partner and builder for Lake Estates said. “For sure, you don't get this anywhere in Prince Albert, by far it's the nicest development there is.”
The development features condos, houses and a gated community – and there's more to come.
Bridge said one more phase is in development and available for sale. Plans for a fourth phase are in the works.
Potential builders and buyers don't have to pay for 12 months, and there's no pressure to build right away – if you've got your eye on a property, a $10,000 down payment secures a lot.
Close to the Victoria hospital and schools, Lake Estates is a family friendly neighbourhood featuring modern housing. Living here puts you near any amenities you may need, without having to travel far.
Lake Estates is just a three minute drive to the South Hill shopping centre. For the outdoor lovers, there's lighted walking trails around a water feature, which connect to the Rotary Trail.
“Everyone likes looking at water,” Bridge said.
Located just far enough away from highways 2 and 11 so you won't hear the passing traffic; it's also close enough to load the family up and make a trip to Waskesiu or Saskatoon.
“We've got a wide range of people here,” Bridge said. “We've got some professionals, young families, a lot of retired people over in our villas and in our lake side project... We've got a little bit of everything.”
For those seeking a more private lifestyle, Lake Estates also features a gated community.
For individuals not yet ready to commit to a house, or looking for something smaller, Lakes Edge Condominiums offer luxurious living with a view and covered parking for those bitter Saskatchewan winters.
Condominiums are over 70 per cent sold – be sure to act quickly if you're interested in luxurious, low maintenance living.
To see if Lake Estates has something to offer you or your family, contact Scott Bridge at 1-306-961-1643, Glenn Wozniak at 1-306-961-9660, or Chris Knudsen at 1-306-961-6868.
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