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Downsizing in Oak Bluff West

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Country living with urban convenience is how development company Randall Homes is marketing its new bungalow-style condominiums in Oak Bluff West.


Sales consultant Cheryl Thurston said the company is building a total of 14 units, with the first four to be ready for occupancy by the end of the year.


The units, which range in size from 1,455 to 1,598 square feet, each feature two bedrooms and bathrooms, front and back entrances, a full basement and a double garage. Each will be fully landscaped with a wooden privacy fence dividing the yards. A six-foot high wooden fence will run along the rear of the buildings that back onto Highway 3.


Four units have sold, with one left in the first section, said Thurston. Some of the buyers are rural residents looking for a smaller home, and who don’t want to move into Winnipeg.


"This location is just a 10-minute drive from the city," she added.


She expects the other 10 condos to be ready before the end of 2014.


Randall Homes is nearing completion of phase one of Oak Bluff West, which consists of 111 single-family homes, with only eight lots unsold. Construction of homes in phase two is expected to begin this year.

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