Pacesetter Reinvents Style in Fort Saskatchewan
The reasons to buy a new townhome in the community of SouthPointe in Fort Saskatchewan stack up fast. Affordability, family focus, and stunning style options await just 20 minutes east of Edmonton.
Pacesetter Homes is SouthPointe’s best-selling townhome builder. Come out for a visit to their two showhomes — the Alydar and Affirmed — to understand just how far your money will go. (It’s far.)
Why a Townhome?
- No condo fees.
- Landscaping is included.
- Double garage is included.
- Make a smaller environmental footprint.
- When you share walls, energy costs are lower.
- You own the home and land.
Justin Batiuk, Area Sales Manager for Pacesetter in SouthPointe, knows all about townhome living because he owns one in Edmonton. “I spend about $100 monthly on heating alone,” he says. “And property taxes are definitely cheaper in Fort Saskatchewan. Currently they’re about $180 monthly compared to my Edmonton townhome, which is $250 monthly.” Pacesetter sees many families buying SouthPointe townhomes. They’re drawn to the parks and green spaces, and especially to SouthPointe School (which opens to students in September, 2017) right across the street.
Plus, property taxes are definitely cheaper in Fort Saskatchewan and so are heating costs!
People really take care of their townhomes here in Fort Saskatchewan. They decorate for the holidays, have beautiful flowers, and a pride of ownership that’s really special.
Find your Style, Affordably
Choose from contemporary and classic designs whether buying a completed suite or customizing with professionals at Pacesetter’s design centre. Here’s what you’ll see at the showhomes:
The Alydar is an interior unit floor plan designed with a mix of classic and contemporary styling. Vinyl planks cover the main floor — great for families with pets and young children — creating a spacious, open feel.
The kitchen has standard maple cabinets, and laminate countertops span the food preparation space. The backsplash is upgraded — customized from the standard subway tile. For just $450, these appliances have been upgraded from black or white to stainless steel.
Upstairs are three bedrooms with standard berber carpets, and four inch baseboards are used throughout. Oil rubbed fixtures adorn the bathrooms and kitchen.
The Affirmed is a customized exterior unit showhome with contemporary finishes— an example of infusing big style into a smaller space.
Maple hardwood is used throughout the main floor living spaces and the powder room is fully tiled. Granite countertops, a custom backsplash, and dark maple cabinets create a modern, clean feeling.
The back entry, standard for this plan, comes with a built-in bench and is tiled for durability. Just think how organized children’s boots, mitts and hats can be. We love how clean and bright this room is.
The stairs and second level are decked out in cozy plush carpeting and windows are maximized for natural light.
Essentially, the sky’s the limit when it comes to designing your townhome – but the price tag is deliciously down-to-earth. That’s what life is like in Fort Saskatchewan.