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Keswick on the River is located as far west as you can go on Ellerslie Road (9th Avenue SW) just past 170th Street SW, in Edmonton. We recommend taking the Terwillegar Drive exit from Anthony Henday and following the road south to Ellerslie. Turn right and head towards the Windermere Golf and Country Club. Get directions.
Single Family Front Attached Garage (Front Drive) Homes
Large Custom-Built Estate Homes
Luxury Estate Duplex Bungalows
That is a separate area in Keswick called The Banks at Hendriks Pointe.
Yes. For more information about the Architectural styles in, please talk to a builder or view resident resources section of this website.
Yes. There is a Keswick Homeowners’ Association.
Please complete the form on the HOA page.
Please visit livemlc.com for public lot availability.
Information regarding the June 2016 change to City of Edmonton landscaping requirements is posted on the developer website.
First, carefully read the Landscaping Questions Booklet. If you still have questions, talk to your builder.
Your builder is your first point of contact for all architectural questions.
Please contact Keswick Developments directly. We welcome all feedback.
All information for your final inspection has to come from your builder. The fastest way to get your final approval is via your builder.
First, carefully read the HOA page. Please do not contact us until you have read the Keswick Homeowners’ Association (HOA) page.
The gazebo is for use by residents on a first come first serve basis. At this time, there is no way to reserve it for exclusive use.
The Windermere Golf and Country Club is a private, members-only golf club. You need to apply for a membership to access the facilities.
The yellowfish road program is a stormwater pollution prevention program that is geared toward educating residents that anything that goes down the storm drain will flow to the local water body untreated.
If you’ve had an opportunity to visit the neighbourhood, you will have noticed that there are indeed bus stops. These stops are not currently serviced since, as a new neighbourhood, there is not yet sufficient demand. Residents and homebuyers are advised that bus service in Keswick may not commence for another -/+ 5 years. Contact the City of Edmonton Transportation for the most up-to-date information.
For further information regarding bus service, contact the Edmonton Public School’s transportation number 780-429-8585 or at epsb.ca or visit the Edmonton Catholic School Transportation Website.
Note that the developer does not provide school bus service to school children in the area.
Newly installed brick will typically ‘shed’ some of its material salt components periodically during the first few years after it the brick is laid. The white powder is called “efflorescence,” and its occurrences will lessen over time. The masonry in Keswick is washed periodically to remove the efflorescence.
You must contact your builder directly. Solar panels are not managed by the developer.
You can read the answer here on the Constructed Wetland Ecology page.