Gull Lake acreage only a short walk to the water, for sale!


65 Lakeview Estate MLS CA0172256
Price $574,900
Blake King (403) 350-7672

Here’s a beautifully fully finished family-friendly *INSULATED CONCRETE FORM CONSTRUCTION (ICF) home & acreage in the Gull Lake Subdivision of Lakeview Estate. An upgraded bi-level on a 1.25-acre lot. This wide corner lot would accommodate an additional garage/shop. The home is very well built, fresh, modern, and well kept. The kitchen features European cabinetry, Silgranit sink, corner pantry, hanging vent hood & stainless steel appliances. The master suite has an attached room that the owners use as a nursery but could double as a pocket office, den or dressing room / walk-in closet. The bathrooms are all custom tiled. Must see – custom-built sauna part of a large basement bathroom. Upgrades include insulated concrete form construction, in-floor heat downstairs, acrylic stucco, TRIPLE PANE windows, covered deck w/ pot lights, central vac, humidifier, HRV system, central air conditioning & on demand hot water. The garage is finished, heated & includes a 2 piece bathroom. New roof summer 2017.

*more information regarding ICF construction below the pictures slideshow
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For more information or to view 65 Lakeview Estate call Blake King Realtor® with BigEarth.ca Realty (403) 350-7672 or email hello@blakeking.ca

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thoughtful and affordable

WHAT ARE ICFS?

https://www.concretenetwork.com/concrete-homes/

While some of these homes use traditional concrete wall systems, such as concrete masonry and concrete cast on site in removable forms, the most explosive growth is in the use of insulating concrete forms, or ICFs, for building both foundation and above-grade walls. These easy-to-erect, stay-in-place forms are made of high-density plastic foam and filled with fresh concrete and steel reinforcement to create a super-insulated thermal sandwich that’s airtight, quiet, and highly resistant to fire and strong winds.

In Canada, the growth rate of ICF homes is exceeding even that of the U.S., spurred by government programs to encourage the construction of more energy-efficient housing.