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The Development

Aspen Grove is providing the opportunity to own 18 homes set on one and half acres with three and a half acres as designated park just below. The contemporary buildings house two- or three-bedroom suites each with two and a half bathrooms, around 1600 ft² of interior living space and generous exterior sun decks. The suites are a combination of two-level units and single-level condos, intelligently designed for privacy and convenience. With ample outdoor space there is the opportunity for residents to create a community garden and other shared outdoor spaces to foster community. The site is pedestrian orientated with barrier free design and discrete parking complete with a ground level secure storage – perfect for housing your gear to enjoy the mountains with.

Aspen Grove Street View from Cedar Crescent

Street view from Cedar Crescent

While we are finalising technical details, we are happy to announce the following features:

  • Thoughtful and inventive design using natural light by Studio 9 Architecture, Nelson BC

  • Inclusion of mud rooms, lockable storage and additional parking after interviewing Rossland locals

  • Clever use of space to provide European-style organisation eliminating the need for necessary goods

  • Well-insulated, well-sealed homes built following the BC Energy Step Building code

  • Triple glazed, high performance windows and doors

  • Covered parking with each unit, guest parking and extra available upon request

  • Over 100 ft² of vehicle accessible storage for each unit to house all your sporting goods

  • Restored natural landscape with native species and three and a half acres dedicated to park

  • Community garden and meeting space

  • Net-zero ready with addition of solar and/or photovoltaic optional and Electric Vehicle Plug-Ins

  • In floor radiant heat, cooling and air ventilation systems

  • Made from local materials including green roof and high performance finish of fire retardant material Stucco 

  • Compact shape, form and size to improve thermal performance and provide less opportunities for heat loss through building envelope or exterior 

  • High R-Values for highly efficient homes to improve occupant comfort by keeping building interiors warmer in winter and cooler in summer

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