Take advantage of all that Edmonton offers in classic good living and check out this premier location, Riverstone Pointe in Sturgeon Valley. You'll discover elegant homes overlooking sterling views, combining a country feel while being only minutes away from St. Albert's urban centre.
Scenic Lots In Natural Settings
As you drive through the scenic streets, notice how the tranquil hiking and biking trails thread through green spaces. You'll be struck by the beauty, because great care has been taken to ensure the architecture of the homes in the neighbourhood harmonize with natural surroundings. You'll be able to assert your independence, however, and each homeowner can customize size, materials, and styles (within reason!) in order to pursue their own tastes. Take a break from your driving inspection and stretch your legs near the Sturgeon River, winding its way through your prospective neighbourhood. You'll love the riverbank trails to bike or hike while having fun with family and friends. Consider this river a major factor in your decision to move to Riverstone Pointe, a neighbourhood in tune with Nature.
Homes For The Refined Taste
Amenities and infrastructure which are out of sight are the ones you will need most of all. Underground power and cable preserve the unspoiled looks of the streets, while city water and gravity flow sewage systems take care of the basic needs of any community. You have plenty of room to grow with one-half to one-acre sizes offering generous spaces to contemplate life in a country setting. When you want a change of pace, St. Albert and Edmonton can't be beat for amenities.
Royal Alberta Hospital in Edmonton provides generalized and special medical and surgical services. Also located in Edmonton are Alberta Hospital Edmonton and the University of Alberta Hospital, highly rated hospitals that will fill any of your medical needs.
If you have kids, Greater St. Albert Catholic Regional Division No. 29 operates schools that serve approximately 7600 students, while the public school system educates 6000 students in its district.
Take St. Albert Transit system wherever you wish to relax and leave the driving to professionals. If anyone needs extra special transportation due to personal mobility issues, the Handibus may be booked for trips. Nobody gets left behind when it comes to enjoying a day out.
St. Albert Place is not too far away for a pleasant stroll through walkways which curve intriguingly around community events, mimicking the twisting Sturgeon River behind it. St. Albert Place holds an art museum, governmental buildings, and the St. Albert Public Library. Now that you're familiar with ongoing attractions, let's see about scheduled events and plan for fun!
Feasts And Festivals
Western Canada's largest outdoor farmer's market operates in St. Albert every Saturday from June to October. Come and enjoy the fruits of the farmers' labor while planning an exciting day at the Kinsmen Rainmaker Rodeo which begins with a parade.
Kick up your heels dancing the Kozak Hopak at the Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Festival during the second weekend in May. It hosts one of the largest dance festivals in North America, held in the Arden Theatre.
Be a kid again along with your own kids at the end of May, when the Northern Alberta International Children's Festival visits St. Albert. Puppetry, dance, acrobatics and just plain playing attract over 40,000 participants in its five-day run.
Ask your friends to visit during the Harvest Festival, held annually at the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park. You can treat them to this open-air museum containing two historic grain elevators and a reconstructed railway station that celebrates the region's agricultural heritage.
Now that you've finished your survey of Riverstone Pointe, there is no more to say. Make the decision now to select a luxury home in this fine neighbourhood. You'll be happy you did.Posted by Terry Paranych on