Devonian Ridge is the perfect location to create an idyllic community where everyone can build their own piece of paradise. With an active Community Association, we plan to build a community that works in the best interest of all its members.
The entire property will be professionally landscaped including new and distinct features such as a waterfall, storm water pond, and a gazebo for the enjoyment of the local community. A new driveway network is being developed with each property also having its own private road. With city, mountain, and Bow River valley views, Devonian Ridge is a little piece of paradise.Explore Available Lots
This naturally beautiful site has over 4 acres of forested areas of Aspen, Balsam, Poplar and White Spruce trees. All landscaping will keep the natural beauty in mind, with everything built to blend into the surrounding terrain. Landscaping for the property will be completed by Green Escape Designs, a company that has been building spectacular outdoor living spaces in Calgary for over 30 years.
Devonian Ridge has access to numerous amenities that mean you never have to go very far. Located just north of the Trans Canada Highway, it’s right next door to the Springbank Links golf course, a short distance from the Rocky Mountains, and is still within the Northwest Calgary community with shopping, restaurants and activities. Your perfectly located to never run out of things to do.
The land was historically used as a dairy farm operated by Marion and Morris Smith. There were other adjacent dairy farms, including the McKnight homestead that remained in their family for three generations. Jim Robinson, of Val Vista Farms, started the first milk haul by truck in the Springbank district and would pick up milk cans from the property.
More recently the land belonged to the Stuart Bradley family. Stuart’s grandfather, Billie Bradley, was known as the Cochrane Strongman. He frequented the McKnight farm where he would lift the heavy end of logs off a transport sleigh by himself, while two men took the lighter side. Stuart Bradley is a collector of homestead antiques, including his prized wagon that is 130 years old.