Buyers are set to hit The Trails
Choice between Urban or Classic style
Framing hasn’t started yet, but that’s not stopping people from signing up for their spot in Airdrie’s newest multifamily neighbourhood.
Vesta Properties is developing the master-planned community of Williamstown on the city’s west side, and building the multifamily areas.
The company expects to have show homes open this fall to display the townhouse segment called The Trails at Williamstown.
There will be two distinct housing styles available:
The Classic collection, which will have 79 homes with doubleattached garages;
The Urban collection which will be an enclave of 120 garageless home.
The Urban design has already caught the eye of consumer and the first phase of 21 homes has already sold out — with another handful of sales already in the second phase, says Williamstown sales manager Brian Balson.
“We’re selling them off blueprints as renderings,” he says.
The Urban homes range in size from 1,107 to 1,147 square feet and come with three different floor plans for the basement, main and upper floors.
The upper floor can be designed with three bedrooms, or with two bedrooms and two baths. There is also a loft option available.
They are priced between $219,000 and $234,000.
As for the Classic collection, Balson says while there has been “tremendous interest” in them, there have been no sales to date.
“People who would typically buy these homes want to see and touch them before buying, so they’re willing to wait for
C Mthe show homes,” he says. These homes have three bedrooms up or master-on-the-main floor plans from 1,440 to 1,500 square feet plus unfinished basements. Rear decks and frontattached two-car garages are included in the three different floor plans being offered.
They are priced from $285,000 to $319,000, but with walkouts, the price ranges from $339,000 to $379,000.
“Among the 79 Classics there will be 25 with walkouts that will back onto the 17-hectare environmental reserve,” says Balson. “They are a unique home in a unique environment.”
Both the Classic and Urban collections come with nine-foot ceilings and large windows.
Kitchens come with hardwood panel cabinets, raised eating bar and full-height tile backsplashes.
There is also a corner pantry, and an appliance package that includes refrigerator, range, dishwasher, and, in most homes, a microhood fan.
The Urban collection of townhouses in Williamstown by Vesta Properties are built in clusters and come without garages.
From left, the basement, main floor and upper floor of a home.
The Classic collection of townhouses come with double-front garages. Of the 79 homes, 25 will have walkout.