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Lazy H Estates

Set in Calgary’s picturesque Springbank area, Lazy H Estates is Rockwood Custom Homes’ latest exclusive development. Situated on a historic parcel of land, held in the Hodgson family for generations, the Lazy H development is comprised of nine two-acre lots, all with views of Calgary’s spectacular foothills and nearby Rocky Mountains.

Created for families looking for the ideal mix of rural and urban living, Lazy H is close to Springbank’s excellent schools, and the local amenities of Aspen Woods and West Springs. Minutes from the new Stoney Trail exchange, residents of Lazy H will have easy access to the downtown core, while still offering all of the benefits of exclusive estate living. The development also includes a charming natural pond that’s ideal for skating in the winter, and a great place to enjoy and observe a variety of wildlife—including deer, muskrats and water fowl.
 

Lot Prices: $565,000 - $620,000 (plus GST)
  • Sales Contact:
  • Allison Grafton
  • p: 403-452-5955
  • e: info@rockwoodcustomhomes.com

 


Own a Part of History

Lazy H Estates is Claire and Alan Hodgson’s legacy. Longtime Springbank residents, Alan, Claire, and their four children, grew up in the Springbank area on their parents’ dairy farm.

The Hodgsons have now passed on the land that had been in the family for decades so that it could be enjoyed by the next generation of families wishing to make Springbank their home.

The Lazy H brand has been the family’s for generations, with the “H” in Lazy H a tribute to the “H”odgson family name. The Hodgsons chose Rockwood Custom Homes as the exclusive developer of their historic land due to Rockwood’s established reputation for quality builds and commitment to integrity. Lazy H will be a community of living that pays homage to Calgary’s Springbank area and to the Hodgson family legacy.


Lazy H features:

Acreage estate living
Nine two-acre lots in Springbank
Views of the Rocky Mountains
Natural pond
Close to schools
Near to local amenities of Aspen Woods and West Springs
Minutes from Stoney Trail exchange