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Room to grow with the family in Ashbury

Buying a home is an investment, and like any investment, you want to think about not only where you are right now, but where you’ll be in the future. For many people, settling into a home is a big move, so planning to live there for a while makes sense. Whether you’re single, newlywed or just starting your family, the townhomes at Ashbury of Saddlestone allow you to move into a home that you can grow with.

Ashbury is part of Saddlestone in northeast Calgary, situated in an area that offers the appeal of urban conveniences with the diverse landscape of natural parks and ponds. Ashbury consists of 24 townhomes, in three different styles, that cater to various budgets and lifestyles. 

Amar Bajwa is a new homeowner in Ashbury, who shared with the Calgary Herald the reasons why his new townhouse  made sense for his growing family:

“We are planning for kids now, so we need to have at least one room for kids and one room for guests,” says Amar, 31. “We do have a lot of guests who come by, and they stay for a night or two. Having an extra bedroom would be great for us.”

This buyer went for the Courtyard model, but Ashbury comes with three different townhome options for families of any size:

GARDEN

COURTYARD

POND

Other cool features for homebuyers at Ashbury include:

  • Space maximizing design: pocket offices, built-in media organizers and spacious closets
  • Reduced operating costs: NEST™ thermostats, low E windows, a high-efficiency furnace and natural gas hot water tank
  • Authentic architecture and close proximity to parks and pathways
  • 20 minute drive to downtown
  • Nearby schools in neighbourhood
  • Close to Genesis Centre, YMCA and Public Library

If you have questions about Ashbury or Saddlestone, or want to visit one of our showhomes, you can find more information online here.

 

 


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