Two Story home with bonus room and walkout basement.  125 Lavender Link.

Today our homes are doing more than ever before.  It may be your home office, your gym, your children’s school room.  This custom-built two storey has housed two home offices, and a full time SAIT student.  They have created a home gym in the insulated basement and an art studio. There is a covered patio on the ground level that is very private, and there are no neighbours behind the house.  This home backs onto the Chestermere Family Bike Path, it is close to the Catholic and the Public Elementary Schools and the Public Middle School.

Rainbow Falls is a community that has been completed in the past few years.  It has beautiful parks, pathways along canals, and several ponds that are connected to the pathways.  If you are a family that likes cycling you can cycle all the way to Calgary along the canal on the TransCanada pathway system.  There is also a bike park for the more daring cyclist.

Chestermere is a community of 20,000 that is on the Eastern Border of Calgary.  Although Chestermere borders Calgary it is an independent city with it’s own schools, utilities and government.

Chestermere has a diverse and highly educated population.  Check out the statistics here.


Looking for elbow room to spread out in? This custom-built home will be sure to be on the top of your shortlist. One of the first lots to be chosen in this subdivision, this home is on a large irregular lot that backs onto a large park. There are private areas to enjoy on the balcony off of the main and on the covered lower deck. This home is close to both elementary schools, playgrounds and the public middle school. With 2394 sq. ft. on the top two levels, this home has lots of areas for a family to spread out in. There is a main floor den with
French doors, a computer desk on the second floor. The walkout basement is insulated with large windows, to give the family room to play, and it has lots of room to expand and the plumbing rough-ins are in and the heating is brought to the floor level to keep this area comfortable. The garage has hot and cold water and the storage has been optimized, there is also a drain on the floor. There is a main floor laundry room and a walk-through pantry. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, granite counters, cherry stained cabinets with a beaded glass feature, a gas stove (electric hookup available) All of the millwork in the home is cherry-stained, The great room fireplace has a beautiful surround built-in. The bedrooms are large with room for a computer desk in each one. The traffic areas on the main floor are tile, so the dogs and kids will not damage the floors. The kids will love the family bike park. As this home was custom-built the owners had each level and each room provided with extra sound insulation and speakers throughout the home. Come and see this immaculate home.


What is the difference between a spec home and a custom-built home?


A custom-built home is built for the homebuyer.  When they make a decision, it is a little about money but mostly it is about building a home they will love living in.

They choose the best lot and are willing to pay a bit more for it, because they will enjoy it.

They decide to upgrade the windows, so they can enjoy the view they paid for.

They add insulation to the bedroom areas, so everyone has their privacy.

They upgrade the flooring, to something that will wear well and look good for the long term.  Spec houses must look as good as the other spec houses that are for sale at the same time.

They upgrade the garage door opener so they can add storage over the cars or add a car lift.

The home’s owners are checking in and walking through the home as it is being built to make sure that everyone is doing their job properly.

They take care of the home because they know how much everything costs to add.  It will always be a new home to them.

A spec home is built for profit for the builder.  This home was built to be loved.

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