Forest Heights is located in the beautiful Town of Beaumont just blocks from the town’s main hub of activity. Beaumont, the 5th Fastest Growing Community in Canada, offers a small-town charm in its heritage among its modern facilities. Together these unique aspects cater to the growing number of families choosing to call it home. Forest Heights features large executive and estate lots with a mix of more affordable lots also available. Estate lots offer lake, green space or mature woodland views and come in standard, pie shaped or walkout orientations.
The appeal of Forest Heights lies in its tranquil atmosphere that is far enough from the town centre to provide an escape from the urban hustle-and-bustle, but still just minutes from valued shopping and dining conveniences. Adjacent to the pristine COLONIALE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, Forest Heights is surrounded by luscious, well-maintained greenery and aesthetically pleasing storm water ponds. This quiet community provides residents with a picture-perfect backdrop to enjoy while they indulge in their morning routine, whether it be sipping a morning coffee on the porch, or taking a leisurely stroll through the majestic tree-lined walking paths.
Living in Forest Heights exposes home buyers to the rich history rooted in the Town of Beaumont, which has grown from a small French Colony, founded in 1895, to a vibrant bilingual town of over 18,000 French and English-speaking residents. Though it has grown substantially over the years, and is even eligible for city status, Beaumont has never lost its tight-knit, small-town feel. The town’s main centre pays homage to its roots with historically unique architecture and design. Red brick walkways line the streets to create a vibe that resembles sites like Fort Edmonton Park.
Achieving a balance between historic architecture and modern conveniences, the Town of Beaumont has a cityscape like no other. Mixed in among the picturesque buildings and streets, residents can find many of the urban amenities they know and value, with quick access to Edmonton’s south side when trips to the city are necessitated.
The KEN NICHOL REGIONAL RECREATION CENTRE is another modern destination for residents, particularly in the winter months, with two regulation-sized ice rinks and a six-sheet curling complex. Learn more about these recreation hubs on the Forest Heights Amenities page.
By building roots in Forest Heights, home buyers are moving to a town that celebrates history, arts and culture year-round. Beaumont’s list of annual events is extensive, curating festivals and meetings that appeal to all ages, interests and lifestyles.
Some of the town’s most popular events include:
Bookworms in Forest Heights will appreciate the Bibliotheque de Beaumont Library, which as part of the Alberta Library, has access to 15 million items! History buffs can find a copy of the Beaumont History Book is available at the library, which covers town happenings from 1885 all the way through to 1960. Residents and visitors can also dive into the town’s history on the Beaumont History website.
Forest Heights is just a short drive away from Four Seasons Park, which is the perfect spot for people who appreciate the great outdoors. Residents can fish for trout in Don Sparrow Lake, or simply take in the peaceful atmosphere. With plenty of parks scattered across the Town of Beaumont, along with 28km of pathways, Forest Heights residents have no shortage of green spaces to enjoy nature.Directions