Address: 4915 and 4919 – 46 Street, Mirror AB
Lot Size: 50 ft. x 120 ft. each
Buy two side by side bare residential lots with municipal services only to lot 23 at 4919-46th street in Mirror. Please note that the lots can be purchased separately, each is 50×120 ft. with walk out potential.
Mirror is a hamlet in Lacombe County, central Alberta, Canada. It is located at the junction of Highway 50 and Highway 21, approximately 42 km (26 mi) east of Lacombe.
Amenities include a public library, K-12 Christian school, Seniors drop in, Canadian Legion Branch, museum, Convenience store, Fire Hall, antique store, Restaurant, liquor store & Community Hall. Buffalo Lake is located east of the community.
Living Truth Christian School is an accredited K to Grade 12 private Christian school serving the Lacombe to Stettler corridor in central Alberta. In 2012, LTCS had the opportunity to relocate into a vacated 13 classroom public school facility in the Hamlet of Mirror, just minutes from beautiful Buffalo Lake.
Please see supplements for permitted and discretionary uses in the H-R1 zoning.
Please call or email Hugh for further details or to view. (403-556-0262)
Price: $12000 per month
Total Area: Building is 8660 Square Feet, Land is 4 Acres
Location: 6970-46 St., Olds, AB
For lease commercial property on 4 ac. w/Hwy 27 frontage located on west side of Town of Olds next to the Cornerstone Development.
The building was built in 1987 with an addition in 1995, and features a 3860 sq.ft front office area with 5 offices, reception area, 2 washrooms, coffee area & storage (concrete walls). The mezzanine is 960 sq.ft with double doors to enable supplies to be lifted up.
Back 3840 sq.ft shop area has concrete colored & hardened floor, 12`x14`overhead door, 16`x20`overhead door, 2 man doors, a small one arm crane, a 2 stage sump, make-up air unit, air compressor, 220 volt plus and radiant heat.
The building has 3 furnaces, a/c in office area. Metal clad exterior.
The unattached 30`x 50`metal storage shed includes 2-10`x10`overhead doors & 1 man door. The property also has a 8` chainlink fencing with gates & barb wire.
Call or email Hugh for full property details or to arrange a viewing. (403-556-0262)
Price: $439,900.00 plus GST
Lot Size: 22.79 Acres
Directions: From Calgary go north on Highway #22 to the Bergen Road, turn left and go west 7 miles to RR 5.4 then north a half mile and entrance is on east side.
Location: Rural Mountain View County near Bergen
Legal: Plan 9211040 Block 1 or Ptn. NW 4-32-5 -W5
Fence: Perimeter and cross fenced
Roads: Paved and and a half mile of gravel
School District: Chinook’s Edge ( Sundre)
Services: Power, gas, water well and septic
Rare, secluded 23 acre parcel in the Bergen area. It is zoned agriculture and is currently utilized as a horse training and breeding facility. It is fenced and crossed fenced into 3 – 5 acre pastures and 1 – 1 acre parcel, all with electric braided rope wire fencing. Included are a 30×40 metal clad pole barn with four box stalls, a 16×40 lean to, older hip roof barn (16×28), 3 open face horse shelters and numerous storage sheds, two double side auto-waterers, a 100×200 outdoor riding arena with winter sand and a 50 foot round pen with sand footing. The mobile home is a 1993 Triple E 16×76 (on permanent foundation)with a 8×10 addition. Located 10 minutes from Sundre, 1 hour from Calgary, minutes away from many horse trails, fishing and hiking. Great spot in the west country.
The Olds Institute for Community Development which essentially is the economic development arm of the Town has recently through its Business Attraction RetentionExpansion Committee launched its latest promotion tool. It is known as http://www.everythingolds.ca/ .
This an exhaustive inventory of literally everything Olds has to offer. It is just one click away so have a look.
I have just made another step along the journey to electronic connectivity with the purchase of a new hearing aid and the iPhone. As you may know, in Alberta we are all going to be required to have the hands free environment for cell phone usage. In addition, I am at the stage in life that I need a hearing aid to assist my daily living and work requirements. Fortunatley I discovered a technology solution in the form of a Otican hearing aid with blue tooth connectivity to my iPhone. Wow ! What a difference it has made for me.
An added bonus is the same connectivity allows me to watch TV with the audio streamed to my hearing device. Check it out by clicking on the link below.
Olds Town Council recently passed a bylaw that will give it the ability to provide funding of up to six million dollars for the project. However it should be noted that the committment is conditional upon positive results from a predictive suvey to determine the community potential useage which is often referred to as the ‘take up rate’. Secondly Town administration will also be undertaking its independent ‘due dilgence “of the projects business plan to determine the fibre optic networks viability. There must be a sound business case that shows that the network has the potential to provide significant revenue, after opreations and payments that could be used for community purposes such as economic develpment which is now funded primarily from the local tax base.
This connectivity will help the community attract new business and residents who will either be users or developers of technologies. In todays world high levels of connectivity are important factors in the location decision making process .This is especially so if want to keep and attract young families and entrpreneurs.
In my view this network can be equated to the important role played by the CPR in developing western Canada. I look at the CPR mainline as akin to the Alberta Supernet while similarily the branch line role could be played by the Olds Fibre Optic network. This network is the ‘first mile’ for Olds interms of technological development as the community pioneers and fosters the ‘culture of use” . I am looking for forward to a bountiful harvest as the network is deployed and employed by its users.