Sandstone Ridge and Southridge

Sandstone Ridge and Southridge

Southridge is located in a luxury subdivision with most home prices starting at $600,000 to over $1,000,000. The homes are creative and no two are alike, which lends to the interest in the diversity of styles. There are many professionals that choose to live here and also business owners. The properties are on an acre of land and the landscaping is meticulous and well maintained by these owners. Most owners hire professional lawn care and snow removal companies and the neighborhood remains cohesive. Between the two streets that make up Southridge is an oversized greenstrip with a walking path and catch basin. No homes will ever directly back onto another home as they either back onto the coulees, a greenstrip or a field. Every home has either views of the coulees, the High Level Bridge or the mountains.  

Sandstone Ridge is directly adjacent to Southridge and it has a similar style and purpose with those who choose to live in this community. The housing styles are also similar and there are some restrictions on the architecture and landscaping. One main difference are that the lot sizes range from 0.30-0.50 acre and may back onto other homes. Both areas are close to major shopping and only a 5 minute drive to the airport. It is only steps to the nearby coulees which is environmentally protected and there are frequent sightings of deer, coyotes, bald eagles and hawks to name a few. It is a part of Lethbridge that has a feeling of privacy even though it is a part of a city.  

Both neighborhoods are a mix of families, couples and older retirees. When the weather gets warmer the neighbors come out of their homes and enjoy being outside. At night you can see the stars and sometimes the Northern Lights. There are no sidewalks so traffic is forced to travel slowly because people are on the road. Neighbors care about each other and look out for each other.   Here are some remarks from owners about why they like living here: convenience, quietness, open space, and sitting on the front porch on summer evenings.

Map of Sandstone Ridge and Southridge