I have sold a property at 2101 24 Hemlock CRESCENT SW in Calgary.
Copperwood, the perfect location for the urban professional, WOW, this unit has it all, including being bright, spacious, newly painted and at an incredible price! Being move-in ready and offering this easy access Main floor location has access from both the main foyer as well as its own patio! Receive your guests in the spacious front hall that features a den area with a built-in desk and shelving with adjacent bathroom. With tall 9 foot ceilings throughout, this floor plan was designed with efficiency in mind - 2 large bedrooms, each with their own ensuite and walk-in closets, both are separated from each other by a spacious open concept living and dining room with a gas fireplace and direct access to the large west facing patio and grassed area. The modern and functional kitchen has tons of cabinetry a large crescent shaped breakfast bar, corian countertops, modern backsplash and room for two to enjoy cooking side by side. There is a convenient large in-suite laundry area. Titled underground parking stall, separate storage locker. This incredible inner city location is walking distance to the Westbrook LRT, Westbrook mall, shops, restaurants, groceries, the library, moments to the Shaganappi Golf Course and the Douglas Fir and Quarry Road Trails all just outside your door, and quick access to the Bow River pathway system, and a fast bike ride to Downtown or minutes to the highway and on to Banff. Copperwood has multiple amenities available, including lush landscaping with gazeboes and pathways, an amazing clubhouse, full gym, and a recreation room. The parkade features a car wash, bicycle storage, and a craft room plus a workshop, Titled Parking stall 246, storage cage # 2101. Seller will pay 6 months of condo fees.
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I have listed a new property at 64240 255 AVENUE E in Rural Foothills County.
Currently under construction with an estimated completion date of April 1, 2021. Don’t miss this rural new-build opportunity, located just 30 minutes to Calgary’s downtown city center, on a prime 3.51-acre parcel in Foothills County. Get in early enough to choose your own color and finishing selections otherwise home will be built to spec of previous listing as per photos. Builder specifications are exceptionally finished inside and out, this home will showcase impeccable attention to detail, with extensive upgrades and high-end finishes. This bungalow will feature just under 2000 sq. ft. of finished living space with the potential for over 3600 sq ft of total developed space. There will be three large bedrooms above grade, completely open floor plan, granite countertops and premium cabinetry. Stainless steel appliance package included Basement has been built with steal beam eliminating the need for teleposts leaving your design options open. Builder will complete basement development or additional shop, at an agreed upon price, should it be purchased prior to completion of construction.
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During a time when so many people are hunkering down at home, it can be challenging to keep a tidy house, especially when you have kids, pets, and other adults living in the same space. It can be stressful and overwhelming at times, trying to find a balance of keeping everything organized and clean while maintaining one’s sanity. There are a few tips to help keep your house in order while everyone is home, and while you have some downtime to knock out some much-needed organization projects.

Schedule Clean-Up Time Before Bed

Take ten minutes every evening for the entire family to help clean up the house. Run the dishwasher, wipe down the countertops, and put away any clothes lying on the floor. This is also a great time to have your kids help by cleaning up their toys, books, or any crafts they used during the day. Everyone will start each morning off with a clean living space and play area. It’ll make it much more manageable to maintain throughout the day, and when the time comes to tidy up in the evening, the mess won’t be so overwhelming.

Clean Out the Junk Drawer

There is always at least one drawer or cupboard in every household that becomes a collecting place for items without homes. Take some time to clean it out and make it into a manageable space again. Make it easier to identify where odds and ends go, to help prevent the drawer or cupboard from getting cluttered again.

Combine Similar Items

Use any containers you already have at home, or order a few online to get organized. Totes, boxes, or baskets can help contain items and make them easier to find. Start with your kitchen and craft area by combining similar items together—for example, cereal, pasta, rice, crayons, beads, etc. This makes it easy to take inventory of everything you have by keeping the same types of items together.

Label Your Containers

Once you’ve taken the time to consolidate and put all like items together, make sure to label each container with its contents. This will make it much easier to find what you’re looking for, especially when you can’t see inside the boxes or jars you’re using for storage.


Spending a significant amount of unplanned time at home can seem daunting at first. However, if you take the time to organize while you’re at home with your family, it’ll leave your space feeling much cleaner, and you’ll better enjoy your surroundings. In addition, it will be much easier to find everything that you need once your life gets back to normal, and everyone gets back into their routines.

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