If you are not a developer or builder, the word frontage can be confusing. It is a measurement at or near the front of the lot, and is a factor in the price of the lot. But, the frontage is only one part of the mix of things you need to know about the lot you plan to purchase. There’s the building pocket, too. So, where do you start?
Here’s a few things to know: There are a number of factors that determine the size of house you can build on a lot, and a good designer or builder is your resource for that information. If you love the lot, a good designer/builder can help you get the living spaces you want and take advantage of your lot’s size and shape, including the best ways to capture a view of the Whitemud Creek Ravine or a stand of mature trees.
Building in Creekwood Collections has its advantages – you can work with your own builder, or one of the many qualified builders who are currently working in the neighbourhood. You choose. There’s a lot for you.