The Apollo Blasts Off in Crestmont

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  • Friday, November 10, 2017
This post was originally published on November 10, 2017 and updated on June 25, 2019. 

Meet the Apollo in Crestmont West, one of the latest in Trico’s impressive selection of home models!

The Apollo

This beautiful model is a Side-by-Side home with a walkout basement, double garage and over 2000 square feet of living space. With no condo fees and an amazing selection of walkout lots, the Apollo is easily the best value for those looking for that desirable west side address.

You’ll love the layout of the main floor, with a galley-style kitchen and massive windows for plenty of light. The kitchen opens up to the nook and spacious great room, making it perfect for entertaining. Upstairs, you’ll find two secondary bedrooms, a master & 5-piece spa-inspired ensuite with his & her’s sinks, and a laundry room featuring ample storage solutions.

Upgrade options include an electric fireplace, tile and glass shower in the ensuite, dual access laundry room and even a bright walkout basement development option with 500 square feet of living space – including a 4th bedroom.

“These homes are the widest side-by-side homes available in the city. They are the same width as our Semi-Estate homes! When you’re inside, you wouldn’t even know that you are attached to another unit!”, says Erin Jorgensen, Area Sales Manager in Crestmont West.

The Apollo is now sold out. However, Trico still offers other single-family home options in Crestmont West – visit our showhome at 17 Crestbrook Way SW to learn more!

Not Familiar with Crestmont?

With its close proximity to the Trans-Canada Highway, this quaint west side community boasts easy and speedy access to the mountains for those looking for a quick getaway. For urban adventurers who prefer to wine and dine, Crestmont is just a hop, skip and jump away from the best restaurants, amenities and recreation, thanks to a new road that connects the community to Old Banff Coach Road. Last but not least, who can complain about waking up to a stunning sunrise with an amazing view of the Rockies?

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