They are the few, and these premium properties are simply superb. Carefully chosen for their expansive, deep lots against a lush greenbelts, the Wentworth Properties are favoured by discerning buyers looking for an extraordinary property lot, a distinctive home design, and equally beautiful surroundings.
- Long, deep lots against a greenbelts
- Homes are built with nature inspired finishes inside and out
- Beautiful front yards, landscaped for visual diversity
- Underground services & natural gas
- Natural material finishes for sidewalks, driveways and pathways
Part of the Halifax West High school district (283 Thomas Raddall Drive) with English feeder schools Clayton Park Junior High (45 Plateau Crescent) and Grosvenor-Wentworth Park Elementary (4 Downing Street) and French Immersion feeder schools Fairview Junior High (155 Rosedale Avenue) and Grosvenor-Wentworth Park Elementary (4 Downing Street). The Wentworth area also offers schools for the French and Acadien community, Ecole Secondaire du Sommet, (500 Larry Uteck Boulevard) and Ecole Beaubassin (54 Larry Uteck Boulevard).
Centrally located, minutes away from Clayton Park (Lacewood Drive Shops and Services); Bayers Lake Industrial Park and Downtown Bedford. Close to major public facilities like the Canada Games Centre, Keshen Goodman Library, BMO Centre Ice Rink.
Built along lush greenbelts, homeowners can enjoy a series of parks and trails that interconnect Wentworth with neighbouring Bedford South, and link to Hemlock Ravine Park. A beautiful, natural habit for year-round enjoyment, the Fleetview, Cabin Lake and Old Coach Road trails offer wild flowers in the spring, berries in the summer, birds, dragonflies and butterflies into the fall, and in winter, ponds for skating. The trailhead is at 42 Starboard Drive, with an alternative entrance at Transom Drive. More information on trails
A charming downtown style approach to retail development has the new Larry Uteck shopping district buzzing with activity. A walk-able zone of coffee shops, fine, ethnic and casual restaurants, medical and fitness facilities, grocery and unique boutiques, are built to avoid the suburban strip mall of old, and entice a local community to ditch the car and enjoy amenities close to home. But when you are ready to head into town, the close proximity of the Larry Uteck interchange gets you on the fast track to Downtown Halifax, Bayers Lake, and the Airport, in a jiffy.
The Arts and Crafts Movement is the inspiration for Wentworth Properties. This design philosophy, emerging from the late Victorian period in industrial England, seeks a return and connection back to nature with a harmonious approach to the environment. In keeping with this acumen, the Wentworth development, and residential homes, are build to stringent sustainability practices and materials.