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It might be that you work downtown. Maybe on the west end, or maybe out east. But after a long day at work, nothing calls to you like home. You navigate through traffic, through red lights and merge signs, all to get back to that space you call your own.
And as you head west down Ellerslie, when the banks and office buildings turn into horizon and spruce trees, you feel yourself taking your first full breath all day. You look right to see your city’s core, and then turn left towards Creekwood. And after you fill your lungs with the sights and sounds of your neighbourhood you let out a contented sigh.
Now here’s a place where you can enjoy the simple things.
Creekwood. Life slowed down.
A southwest community south of Ellerslie Rd at 141 Street
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A quiet calm.
Creekwood offers a slower, quieter lifestyle. Stand in front of Creekwood’s stormwater pond, look south at the horizon, and pause. You’ll feel it. Creekwood has an emotion that few places in Edmonton can replicate. It’s a place where peace, quiet, and a touch of serenity wrap you up like a blanket while the endless sky gives you a feeling of limitless possibilities.
An urban escape.
Creekwood is perfect for people who want to feel like they’re out of the city. Some people want to live in the middle of the storm. Many don’t. Creekwood’s ideal residents appreciate a healthy separation from the goings on of their busy everyday lives with the comforts of being at home. They want plenty of paths to walk their dogs,greenspace for their kids to play, and a healthy dose of nature to explore on the weekend.
A convenient choice.
Creekwood is minutes away from all the conveniences. Proximity to amenities isn’t a reason to move somewhere, but a lack of them is reason enough to not. Anyone looking into a life in Creekwood will quickly realize just how easy it is to get the things you need. Groceries, movies, and shopping are all just minutes away, and with hardly a traffic light on the way.