If you have a question that is not answered in the Keswick FAQ, please contact us.
What are the showhome open hours?
Monday to Thursday 3pm-8pm. Weekends and Holiday: Noon till 5pm. *Closed Fridays*
I want to buy a home/put a home on hold. What do I do?
If you are interested in purchasing a home in Keswick, please contact one of the home builders in the Keswick Builder Group. Contact information for all builders can be found here.
How can I buy one of the large estate lots right on the river?
That is a separate area in Keswick called The Banks at Hendriks Pointe. More information is available here.
Are lots available to the public?
There are a periodically a small number of lots in The Estates. Public lot sales are managed exclusively through the developer.
Subscribers to the Keswick Inner Circle will be notified and an announcement will be posted on this website any time public lots are become available.
Is there a Home Owners’ Association (HOA) Planned for Keswick?
Yes. More information about the Keswick HOA can be found here.
I am a legal representative and I need to know what HOA fees, if any, are outstanding.
The Keswick Homeowners Association has not yet been established. The only amount collected pursuant to the Homeowners Encumbrance registered against title is an initial amount of $250.00 per lot which is being held in trust by the developer for turnover to the Homeowners Association once the it has been established and turnover is complete. If the lot in question has been paid out, there are no outstanding HOA payments.
How do I get my builder added to the Keswick Builder Group?
The Keswick Builder Group has been chosen from the finest home builders in Edmonton. That being said, there are still many excellent quality builders who are not included. Unfortunately no builders except those listed can build in Keswick at this time.
Will I get a membership to the Windermere Golf and Country Club as part of the purchase of my new home?
The Windermere Golf and Country Club is a private, members only golf club. You need to apply for a membership in order to access the facilities.
What is the Keswick Yellowfish Road Program?
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. You can read more about the Yellowfish Program here.
Is ETS bus service planned for Keswick?
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 to note 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.
What about School Bus Service?
Note that the developer does not provide school bus service to school children in the area.
Why does some of the Keswick brick appear to have a white powder at certain times of the year?
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.
Why is the grass left long near the ponds in Keswick?
You can read the answer here.
What are the designated schools for Keswick?
Designated schools are listed here.
Will the changes to City of Edmonton landscaping guidelines effective June 2016 affect my deposit?
Click here for information regarding the June 2016 change to City of Edmonton landscaping requirements.