Looking up the Bow Valley towards Banff National Park and situated at the foot of the Stewart Creek Golf Course, this mountain townhome at Versant at Stewart Creek in Three Sisters Canmore offers a sophisticated lock and leave lifestyle. The soaring views throughout the home welcome you in every room. Enjoy your morning coffee and watch the sunrise from the top floor master suite’s east balcony or relax after a day of exploring on the west balcony. The contemporary styling is enhanced with alpine details and brings the mountains to life. On the lower level, there is ample storage for your outdoor toys and a single car garage. The den can easily double as a third guest space for visiting friends and family. This home includes an additional titled parking stall in the underground parking. With trails at your doorstep and easy access to the highway, this home is your basecamp for adventure.
Versant’s 52 exclusive homes comprised of Chalets and Lodges, each as majestic and grand as the surrounding Rocky Mountains. Located just minutes from downtown Canmore, steps away from the award winning Stewart Creek golf course, and on the doorstep of the rugged backcountry, Versant is both a luxurious mountain enclave and a thrilling gateway to adventure.
Named after the commanding peaks towering over the property – Hope, Faith, and Charity – Three Sisters Mountain Village is an 1,800-acre mountain community surrounded by 360 degrees of awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain vista. Commute-close to Calgary, just east of Canmore and only five minutes east of the Banff National Park gates, it’s as close to Canada’s vast, iconic wilderness as any settlement can be. TSMV contains within its boundaries 80% of the developable land in the region. That’s Three Sisters’ great opportunity and its challenge.
Envisioned since 1992 as a world-class, four-season masterplanned resort community, Three Sisters Mountain Village is home to ardent, active outdoors people and a rich ecosystem of wild creatures. It’s a delicate balance of animal instinct and human desire. As we’ve sought the harmony necessary for cohabitation, plans have evolved, recessions have been endured, over 1,000 acres have been given over to wildlife corridors, consultations and conversations have been held, and understanding grown on all sides.
Now, some 24 years after its beginnings, two new Area Structure Plans and TSMV’s community master plan are helping the community’s varied and complex character emerge; a recognizable and realizable place that’s an integral part of the close-knit Town of Canmore is being born. In the years to come, the existing Stewart Creek neighbourhood in the centre of the property will be flanked by two new neighbourhood character areas, each with specific uses and attractions that are detailed in this document. The result will be an integrated community and a destination resort for the wildlife, the many kinds of residents, visitors and adventurers that have always called it home.