Reprinted with permission from The Stonewall Teulon Tribune, Thursday, June 2, 2022 Author: Jennifer McFee
More housing options will soon be available in Teulon with the expansion of a 50-plus community. Crescent Creek Estates, located in the south end of Teulon, is currently home to 80 residents — and it’s set to expand to welcome even more residents to the community.
“Our friendly and secure communi-ty oﬀ ers spacious lots, lovely homes and ample green space. We have many amenities, including a club house with outdoor barbecue area, a pond, a storage compound, community gardens and walking paths that connect with the local trails system,” said Genevieve Rosset of Crescent Creek Estates.
“Crescent Creek Estates is geared to the 50-plus community, mostly retirees looking to downsize and enjoy the safety and camaraderie of living in a smaller community, all the while being located close to amenities.”
The development features large lots that provide plenty of space to enjoy nature right in your own backyard. The lots are leased for $260 per month, which includes the lot, water, sewer and garbage pickup, as well as use of the storage compound, recreation centre and community gardens. It’s ideal for animal lovers since pets are allowed.
“We’ve just completed developing and servicing 23 new lots. The lots are 60 feet wide by 150 feet long and oﬀ er ample space for a home, garage, deck, shed and yard,” Rosset said.
“Our new lots in Phase 2 are ready to go. People can now select their lot and start designing their home. All our homes are customizable and range in size from 800 square feet to 1,600-plus square feet.”
Crescent Creek Estates works exclusively with two diﬀerent home-builders: Shelter Home Systems (shelterhomes.ca) and Conquest (conquestbuilt.com). “For the site work, we’re working with local trades and suppliers and look forward to continuing working with them as the development expands,” Rosset added.
The community also features plenty of planned activities and an active social committee that’s run by residents for residents.
“The residents take great pride in their community, homes and yards,” Rosset said. “Our spacious clubhouse features a pool table, shuﬄ eboard, ﬁ replace, large-screen TV, a full kitchen and ample space for residents to host family and friends. The exterior also features a deck with barbecues, picnic tables and overlooks a pond and greenspace.” Looking ahead, more plans are in the works for Crescent Creek Estates. “We have met with the Province of Manitoba and are currently expanding our water treatment plant. The expansion will include a 200 percent capacity ﬁltration system,” Rosset said. “It will have the highest provincial standards and will oﬀ er the highest quality of water.”
As well, the rezoning and design of the next phase of the development (Phase 3) is almost complete. “We look forward to welcoming families and individuals of all age groups in about one year from now,” Rosset said.
To check out Crescent Creek Estates, drop by the open house on Saturday, June 25 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The entrance is oﬀ Route 415 between Highway 7 and Main Street.
“People will be able to tour our show home and get more information about our wonderful community. We’ll also have home model plans and design samples on display,” Rosset said. “From 12 to 1 p.m., we will also be hosting a barbecue with hot dogs and refreshments. Come meet current residents, management and the owners of Crescent Creek Estates.” For more information, visit crescent-creekestates.ca or contact Genevieve Rosset at [email protected] com.