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The Renaissance at Three Sisters
Aluxury moment in the mountains begins in a hot tub. Preferably one on a private patio with a heated deck so feet don’t get cold — no matter the season — on the way back inside.
Renaissance, at Three Sisters Living at Stewart Creek in Canmore, offers a chic modern mountain esthetic with many such thought-
Location of the show home. ful details. Others include doublefronted fireplaces, heated floors, top of the line appliances and smart technology for controlling the environment while on the premise or remotely.
The penthouses offer excellent accessibility with private elevators that stop on each floor of the multi-level units, from the underground parking to the fourth floor.
The Genoa, the first of eight buildings named for regions in Italy, is underway with six units, while the Firenza, the next building to go up, is pre-selling.
The Genoa has two show homes to view. The Donatello 2 floor plan is almost 2,100 square feet. It is a one-bedroom plus den walkout condo on the first and second floors, with underground parking.
The main level has a kitchen that is all about entertaining: a tall wine cooler and open views to the dining and lounging areas.
This floor has the den and a washroom. Down the open-riser staircase to the lower level, with its access to underground parking and private storage for toys such as mountain bikes and skis, is an open media room.
Open to the master bedroom is a private lounge area and the spa bathroom with soaker tub and steam shower. The units offer built-in wardrobes for closet space.
The penthouse condo show suite, with the Caravaggio floor plan, is just over 2,500 square feet. It has a stunning spiral staircase from the main level (third floor) to the upper level (fourth floor).
This threebedroom unit is set up more for family living than the onebedroom unit. The kitchen has a smaller wine cooler 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. more storage. The dining table has mountain views from two walls of windows, and the great room is warmed by the doublesided fireplace.
The large bedroom on the main floor could be used as a master bedroom to keep the main living on one level. It would, however, be hard to give up the simply stunning master bedroom on the upper level. Floor to ceiling windows are filled with the beauty of the Three Sisters peaks above. Off the master bedroom is a deck, heated and reinforced for a hot tub. A great way to enjoy the view.
The lounge area adjacent the kitchen in the one-bedroom walkout model.