Elen and Dennis take full advantage of Liberty Landing’s walking trails. Move in next door to enjoy the best of country living, with city amenities just a couple blocks away.

Elen and Dennis take full advantage of Liberty Landing’s walking trails. Move in next door to enjoy the best of country living, with city amenities just a couple blocks away.

A year in the life: Gasoline Alley residents share their experiences

‘Stars galore’ in this country community, just a few blocks from city amenities

Elen and Dennis spend a lot of time looking out the window.

“We see the most beautiful sunrises, sunsets and stars galore,” they say.

Their new country home is right next to a protected wetland, and on their daily walks through the trail network they keep tabs on the wide variety of birds that call the wetlands home.

“In the spring and summer we see mama ducks with their new ducklings, swimming in the pond.” The couple watches the birds grow through the seasons and eventually embark on their southern migration. It won’t be long now, until Mama Duck and her ducklings return for another year.

On days that country life feels less inspiring, they walk two blocks the other direction and embrace the bustle of the city.

“We love living in Liberty Landing. It’s unique in that we have country living, but city amenities are just literally a couple blocks away.”

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Elen and Dennis love their new home at Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley. The friendly community is great for a variety of lifestyles and life stages. Phase 2 is selling now!

Elen and Dennis love their new home at Liberty Landing in Gasoline Alley. The friendly community is great for a variety of lifestyles and life stages. Phase 2 is selling now!

Modern comforts, old fashioned neighbourly kindness

Liberty Landing is the new community in Red Deer’s Gasoline Alley, a thoughtful mix of townhomes, duplexes and single family homes nestled between nature and the city. The residential community is a welcome addition to the neighbourhood, which already has restaurants, shopping, professional services and entertainment.

“Often residential properties are the first thing to get built and home owners have to wait 10 to 15 years for amenities. This time it’s the opposite —all the services are already here,” says Scott Lamont, project manager for Liberty Landing.

Phase 2 building lots and quick-possession homes are available now. Current residents, including Elen and Dennis, appreciate the thoughtful layout of the community, which helps foster a friendly neighbourhood atmosphere.

“This is a friendly community for all ages. It is a community where neighbours say hello and watch out for each other. Kids love the playground, catching butterflies and dragonflies and sledding in winter. We enjoy the walking paths.”

It’s a short drive to The Dome Red Deer Sportsplex and local golf courses, and Galaxy Cinemas is just down the street. For working professionals, there’s an abundance of local employment opportunities that mean you can walk to work. It’s a quick commute to downtown Red Deer or Calgary, and you’re close to both city’s airports for business trips further afield. For seniors, Liberty Landing offers a four-season playground in a vibrant community, with plenty of support nearby.

Move-in ready

Want to learn more? Call 403-252-7575 or reach out online to find out about the available lots, builders eager to help construct your dream home and quick-possession homes if you’ve already got your bags packed. Explore your options at libertylanding.ca!

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