The Calgary Herald reports on CastleRock Estates residential development in Invermere, British Columbia.
B.C. vacation getaway transitions to retirement home for Calgarians
To be truthful, there’s much more to the Redellback family’s decision to buy and build in the CastleRock community than being close to their favourite pizza shop.
A decade ago, Scott and Flo, their two daughters Kaylee and Jadyn and Diezel the dog had all logged enough miles in the family chariot driving to the Columbia Valley and beyond their Calgary home to decide the 124-hectare development by CastleRock Estate Development Corp., just five minutes from downtown Invermere, B.C., was where they wanted to set down their escape-destination roots.
Scott Redelback says the family wanted something that offered a balance of nature and the convenience of being a part of the town. At CastleRock, they are within the town limits so they can use the town utilities and services like garbage pickup and other services, but far enough away to avoid the summertime hustle and bustle that is the downtown.
“A half-serious consideration in the family was that we had to live somewhere close enough that our pizza would still be piping hot when we arrived home,” he adds.
CastleRock is a master-planned community located on the southwest corner of Invermere overlooking Lake Windermere and a five-minute drive from the town’s core.
Read the full article at calgaryherald.com
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