The sweet taste of suc­cess

Wind­song’s clas­si­cal charm an­other rea­son for pop­u­lar­ity

Calgary Herald New Condos - - New Condos - KATHY MCCORMICK

With more than enough room for com­fort­able, no­has­sle liv­ing, it’s no won­der the lat­est Mat­tamy Homes’ multi-fam­ily of­fer­ing has met with so much suc­cess.

The at­tached, two­s­torey Ur­ban Townhomes have over­sized dou­ble garages that are at­tached at the back of the units.

And al­though the units are at­tached, they are fully free­hold, mean­ing they are not con­dos, so there are no fees to pay. At the same time, own­ers are re­spon­si­ble for their own lawn care, snow re­moval and main­te­nance. Still, the homes have no back­yards and drive­ways, porches are ce­ment and

C MSee our web­site for more pho­tos un­der the head­ing: ‘Showhomes of the Week.’

Click on ‘24 hours showhomes now open’ for Vir­tual Tours of other homes.

Click on our Cal­gary and Area new home buyer search.

See our Spring Show Home Pa­rade guide. ex­te­rior main­te­nance is at a min­i­mum.

Ad­di­tion­ally, Mat­tamy is of­fer­ing the fridge, stove, dish­washer, $5,000 in up­grades and front yard sod for a lim­ited time on the new Wind­song mod­els in Air­drie.

The Wind­wa­ter II End is a 1,369-square foot, three bed­room end unit that is one of the show homes re­cently opened for view­ing.

The units have tra­di­tional clas­si­cally de­signed ex­te­ri­ors, which are dif­fer­ent than from those in each multi-fam­ily group­ing, al­low­ing for in­di­vid­u­al­ity and a unique char­ac­ter to the streetscape.

The Wind­wa­ter II End’s ce­ment porch is long and cov­ered, lead­ing into the home.

The foyer opens to the great room at the right, a spacious floor plan that car­ries through to the din­ing room be­hind the front coat closet.

Maple hard­wood floors con­tinue through the liv­ing and din­ing ar­eas.

In turn, the din­ing room opens to the U-shaped kitchen where a tall eat­ing ledge along the ad­ja­cent wall hides the kitchen counter messes while leav­ing the area open to en­cour­age con­ver­sa­tion while the cook is work­ing.

A dec­o­ra­tive shelv­ing unit be­low the stand-up bar ledge is lit and has glass doors to set it apart and al­low home­own­ers the chance to neatly dis­play trea­sured items.

The kitchen has a unique cream, tan and caramel swirl tile on the floors, com­ple­ment­ing the warm stain on the mis­sion-style cup­boards, which are plen­ti­ful, and the cream quartz coun­ter­tops.


Kathy Mccormick, Cal­gary Her­ald

The Wind­song’s Wind­wa­ter II End’s kitchen has cream and tan floor tiles and mis­sion-style cab­i­nets off­set by stain­less steel GE ap­pli­ances.

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