Benefits of Living in Edmonton’s Suburbs

 

There’s Nature At Your Doorstep in Starling At Big Lake

The community of Starling at Big Lake is a sustainable neighborhood specifically designed to enhance and mimic the natural environment. With nature surrounding your new home, there is no end to the activities and healthy pursuits available to you and your family.


Your Home, Surrounded By Natural Beauty

Adhering to low impact development guidelines, Rohit Land Development has designed the community to have a natural rolling landscape that complements an array of planted trees. Beautiful paths and trails wind through a natural wetland area and along the banks of Horseshoe Creek. Respect of the ecological significance of the greater Big Lake area was paramount in the planning of Starling.

Location

Sited in northwest Edmonton, southwest of Ray Gibbons Drive and 137 Avenue, Starling At Big Lake is nestled on the southeastern edge of the Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park. This new community is a unique area to live in, where you can enjoy both the natural world on your doorstep while living only minutes away from all necessary amenities. St. Albert is a stone’s throw away as are the Anthony Henday and Yellowhead Trail commuter routes.

Activities for All

Activities are limitless for nature lovers and anyone wanting to experience the health benefits of  outdoor pursuits, including:

* Whether you are interested in a leisure walk, running, hiking or walking the dog, there are several trails along Horseshoe creek and around the two nearby ponds. You are also lucky to have easy access to Big Lake & the Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park.

* Take advantage of the park areas for meditation, playing Frisbee with your family or just sitting quietly with a book and enjoying a quiet retreat from your busy workday.

* For the avid bird watcher, this is the place to watch! Learn about and enjoy more than 220 species of migrating waterfowl and shorebirds as well as the site of seasonal nesting grounds.

* The lake itself is 8 kms long and 3 kms wide, and is prominently a nature reserve. However, planning for future recreational and education facilities are underway giving the area and its visitors more benefits. 

 * For keen golfers you are a short distance from a choice of the Glendale Golf and Country Club or the Dragons Head Par 3 Golf Club. A slightly longer drive will take you to Twin Willows Golf course. Travel to St Albert to experience summer canoeing down the Sturgeon River.

Time Spent Outdoors is Good for Your Health

Your ability to readily enjoy and explore nature will also grant you the benefits of a lifestyle close to nature. These benefits are well documented within medical journals and university studies. Within Starling At Big Lake you’ll be able to de-stress after a long day of work, and rejuvenate over the weekend so that you arrive back to work fresh and better able to engage.

Make Starling at Big Lake the place to call home.