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Kinglet by Big Lake is in harmony with nature

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Pepper Rodriguez

A new community in Edmonton’s sought-after northwest promises to redefine the nature-centred lifestyle, as Kinglet by Big Lake opens its first show homes.

Developed by Anthem United, Kinglet by Big Lake allows residents to experience first-hand the natural beauty of living next to Big Lake. Big Lake is part of Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park, which is home to over 200 different bird species, including the beloved Kinglet songbird.

Residents of Kinglet by Big Lake can kayak on the lake, fish along the shore and up the river, or hop on the Red Willow Trail System for an invigorating hike or bike ride.

“The community is bordered by natural amenities, including a municipal reserve and a stormwater pond, and there are ample opportunities for homebuyers to purchase amenity lots that back onto greenspace, treed backdrops, or the stormwater pond,” says Anthem United Marketing Manager, Cody Price.

Kinglet by Big Lake has a total land area of 278 acres, and on build-out will have 1,152 single-family homes, with 8.8 acres earmarked for multi-family homes.

In the first two stages of Kinglet by Big Lake, buyers will find front garage homes by Sterling Homes, City Homes Master Builder, and Bedrock Homes. Duplex homes will be offered by Lincolnberg Master Builder as well as Townhomes by City Homes Master Builder. With prices starting from the $300,000s, Kinglet by Big Lake will prove irresistible to buyers looking for value and lifestyle-oriented living.

Five show homes are opening throughout the summer.

“Kinglet by Big Lake appeals to many different lifestyles and stages of life,” Price says. “From first-time homebuyers looking to start the adventure of owning a new home and, at the same time, keeping up their active weekends, to growing families in need of more space to blossom or right-sizers looking to escape to the quiet of nature.”

Even though it is the literal definition of living close to nature, this master planned community is also close to all the world-class amenities available in Edmonton and St. Albert. Schools, shopping, and groceries abound nearby.

“It is the perfect blend of calm and convenience,” Price says. Kinglet is located along 215 Street, in Edmonton’s northwest quadrant and is only minutes from crucial access roads, including; Yellowhead Trail (Highway 16), Anthony Henday, and Ray Gibbons Rd.

Servus Place Rec Centre is less than 15 minutes from Kinglet, featuring three ice arenas, an indoor running track, a full fitness centre and an aquatic centre with two waterslides. Plus, there are three golf courses around the area as well.

“Kinglet has exceptional opportunity to keep homeowners connected to nature and the city. Surrounding amenities in Edmonton, as well as St. Albert, place the community in a great location to provide seclusion from the busy city life while maintaining desirable accessibility and convenience for residents,” Price adds.

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