A Brief History
Bearspaw was initially a Canadian Pacific Railway station, named after Chief Bear’s Paw, head of the Stoney Nations in 1906. The commuity of Bearspaw was first and foremost populated by dairy farmers and later invited farmers, ranchers, planned suburbs, and acreages similar to what we see today. West Ridge Fine Homes has taken a liking to Silverhorn, a suburb within Bearspaw. This is a new development in which large luxury homes are built with the intention of challenging the norms of archtecture. Silverhorn in Bearspaw was designed to create a community that is integrated with nature while celebrating unique luxury home designs.
What Makes It Special
This rural community is a sophistcated mix of natural beauty and modern homes. Bearspaw showcases spacious lots that inspire immense creativity and intriguing designs. With many suburb areas within the community, there is plenty of opportunity to build your dream home without limitations.
In The Community
The community of Bearspaw is in close proximity to plenty of outdoor activities from fishing to golfing at the best golf courses in Calgary. The friendly, secluded community emphasizes healthy living and being imaginative with your lifestyle. With many like-minded neighbours, Bearspaw is an enviable region for a seeker of luxury and rural beauty.
Location, Location, Location
Bearspaw is located north of Calgary in Rocky View County. Its rural location makes for incredible views, large acreages, and the space to design your own lifestyle. Within Bearspaw is the young community of Silverhorn where lots are being purchased and built on at a rapid pace. Combine nature with luxury and inquire about our lots in Silverhorn, Bearspaw.
Why We Love Building Here
We love building in Bearspaw for many reasons, the primary being that our buyers fall in love immediately. Imagine having panoramic, unobstructed views of your private property. In Silverhorn specifically, homes are designed without the plentiful restrictions you find in an inner city suburb. Explore the architectural guidelines of Silverhorn >