A new southwest Calgary community’s classic architecture, featuring brick and stone, can now be seen on its townhomes and duplexes.
Mattamy Homes unveiled single-family show homes and launched pre-construction sales on all segments for its newest community, Yorkville, this past June.
Now Mattamy, which builds all of the homes in the communities it develops, is giving people in the market for a multi-family home full-scale examples of what it can offer in Yorkville, a community located about three kilometres south of Spruce Meadows.
The curtain rises for show homes of three townhomes, dubbed urban brownstones, and two duplexes, Sept. 15. An event to celebrate the launch will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., while the sales centre, located at 19515 Sheriff King Street S.W., will remain open until 6 p.m.
All homes in Yorkville have either stone or brick, and Hardie board exteriors.
“That provides a really cohesive look to the whole community,” says Mattamy’s marketing manager Karla Schultz.
The urban brownstones, which start from the low $300,000s before GST, have show homes for its Soho, Madison End, and Melrose End floor plans. Two are fully decorated.
The Melrose End is also demonstrated as a show home in Mattamy’s northwest Calgary community of Carrington.
There are eight floor plans in this segment, ranging in size from 1,177 to 1,516 square feet. They’re available in two- or three-bedroom configurations, and all have a double-car rear attached garage. Some come with a second storey loft.
These are fee-simple, which means in addition to the interior of the townhome, the buyer owns and is responsible for its exterior and the land it sits on. As a result, there isn’t a condo board or condo fees.
“They have that strong red brick, which has been the signature item for Yorkville,” says Schultz.
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Source:: Calgary Herald