North Saskatchewan River Location
Simply put, this is a beautiful place to live.
The Keswick community is located on 200 acres of land that borders a North Saskatchewan River environmental reserve to the west. The Windermere Golf Club is to the north.
While residents can’t access the river directly, wildlife sightings are frequent, the air is clean, and sunsets are majestic. Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River Valley is, after all, a glacier-fed natural treasure.
Over 21 acres of green space
With 3 large ponds, over 8 KM of landscaped trails, a playground, and a shared outdoor gazebo, there is an abundance of nature in Keswick.
Room to run
An extensive network of paths, trails, and constructed wetlands provide endless opportunities for exploration. Escape with a mind-clearing run, for example, or connect with nature on a lazy Sunday afternoon stroll with friends and family.
Mindful Landscape Ecology
The ponds in Keswick are, in fact, constructed wetlands designed so that they would complement and cohabitate comfortably within the pristine North Saskatchewan River setting.
Sustainability was emphasized right from the get-go in Keswick. Each pond was designed in consultation with a local ecologist to purposely to encourage wildlife habitat opportunities, erosion control, and carbon neutrality.
Playtime for kids, downtime for grown-ups
For kids, there is a playground adjacent to the southeastern most pond. Play structures are great for curious minds while neighbours can socialize with other parents.
For those who are happy to enjoy just being outside, there are benches, viewing platforms, and a shared outdoor community gazebo.
Go explore! Who knows? You might just find a few hidden secret spots that only locals know.
Premier architectural standards
From the moment you arrive in Keswick, it’s clear that the architectural quality and theme are unique.
Whether it’s the fountain or the masonry columns, the address plaques or the metalwork, each detail has been conceived thoughtfully for your delight.
Victorian brick fencing unifies the community, while varied roof articulations give it tempo and texture. You’ll see styles that aren’t common in Edmonton—such as French and English country; but, rather than feeling out of place, it feels comfortable, warm, and inviting.
A homeowners’ association (HOA) provides a vehicle for residents to be confident that these beautiful features will be preserved and maintained perfectly for years to come.
What’s it like to live in Keswick on the River?
Don’t take our word, see for yourself.
There are many ways to get to know this lovely Windermere community:
- Come for a visit
- Check out our community Instagram
- View community maps & plans
- Read the Keswick community FAQ