The PVE Advantage

"I've been selling real estate for 11 years and have had the opportunity to see the markets change. Ten years ago everyone wanted lake property, but couldn't find what they were looking for. Most of the time they settled for something they weren't exactly looking for. Now PVE comes along and ten years ago this is what everyone wanted - an estate, lakefront development. In my experience this is where the real estate investment lies. Ten years from now there is going to be a lot of people wishing they had bought when they had the opportunity."

- Kyle Ramstad, Ramstad Realty

No houses to look at across a canal or lengthy paths to take you to your shorefront

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Closest house in your lakeview is 8kms across the lake

Boating and all water activities are easily accessed to get you on the water and to the beach within minutes

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Communal dock offers boating ease, great for breaks during the day and quick evening tours

Fully-serviced, master-planned community offers full underground services for unobstructed views and resident convenience

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No Hauling water in or waste out 

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Re-cycle and waste pick up 

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Great Cellular coverage and service

Great sized lots perfect for building a dream lake home or a quaint family getaway

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Architectural controlled community to preserve and protect your investment

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All lakefront lots boast over 70 feet of lake frontage

Excellent for Families. Bus service to the brand new Bashaw school, K-12. (Opened Sept. 2017)

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PVE is 10min to Bashaw - full services for grocery, fuel, professional services, restaurants, churches, ambulance.

Estate Sized Lots

Fully Serviced 

Quick Lake Access

True Lakefront Living

Community Amenities

Great fishing 100 meters from PVE shoreline

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Northern Pike and Burbot

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Quiet lake perfect for boating and fishing

Great Central Alberta location

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One hour, 10 mins to Edmonton International Airport and centrally located between Camrose, Stettler, Ponoka and Lacombe

Four communal beach areas with beautiful sandy waters, great for swimming, waiting and long beach days

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Beach areas are all a short walk from any lot in the community

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Communal Beachside Firepit

Pavement right to your driveway

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Dark-Sky Compliant Light Standards to ensure starry skies

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Community has Canada Post Super-boxes onsite for convenience

PVE is home to many wildlife varieties. Birds and waterfowl, deer, moose and other native land animals,

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Our native pelicans are a sight to see!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there an HOA/Condo Fee?


Budgeted at $77 per month, this fee covers the state-of-the-art communal water and sanitation system. When regional services are brought to this community, the condo will no longer be required for these aspects.




Do we have a time frame to build on our lot?


Yes, the building commitment is to have a home to lock up stage within five (5) years of purchase. During this time, we have worked closely with the County of Camrose to allow RV's as a primary residence for a period of 24 months from the date of your building permit.




Are RV's allowed?


You may use an RV's as a primary residence for 24 months from the date of your building permit. Once your home residence is finished, one RV unit is allowed full time with additional RVs temporarily allowed with a permit.




How big is Buffalo Lake?


Buffalo Lake is Central Alberta's largest lake at 93 SqKm, this is over double the size of Sylvan Lake (without the crowds!)




What is the shoreline/lakefront like?


When you visit, you'll notice our natural shoreline has been beautifully maintained. Fine sandy banks have been partially unearthed by wave action. Human activity on the waterfront will likely see more sand being exposed as time goes by. The smooth sandy bottom with a slow natural grade is great for family swimming and long afternoons on one of our 4 groomed beaches.

A red shale path now extends across our lake front shoreline connecting us to neighboring Pelican Point for all to use and enjoy. This path also is perfect for winter snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.




What has been completed at PVE?


PVE is fully completed.

Roads are built and fully paved, full services completed and operational, water wells are done and monitored by our state-of-the-art Water Treatment Facility. Dark-sky compliant street lighting has been installed, Canada Post Superboxes will be installed May 2018.




Is there a beach or a marina?


Yes, Pelican Point Marina (with the lake's only boat gas) are a short walk along the waterfront next door at Pelican Point. A future onsite marina is slated for the municipal reserve land at the corner of our property.

PVE features a communal dock system for residents - product is ShoreMaster Infinitiy.

PVE is home to 4 beautiful sandy beaches. Located along the length of our shoreline, you'll find a beach only a short walk from your lot.




What size are the lake lots?


Oversized estate-style, fully-serviced lakefront and lake side lots that vary in size. Lakefront lots average over 70 feet in lake frontage.




Are there architectural controls?


Yes, each owners investment is protected by sensible architectural controls.




How far is the closest store etc?


The town of Bashaw (pop. ~850) is less than 10 minutes drive. Bashaw hosts all conveniences including stores, restaurants, two golf courses flank the town, a new school kindergarten to grade 12 has been recently completed (Fall 2017). There is also a local RCMP detachment, firehall, and curling and hockey rinks.




What are the taxes?


PVE falls under Camrose county where the current rate for vacant residential would be 0.0056392 X assessed value. PLease see the below for 2018 Tax Rate Bylaw. http://www.county.camrose.ab.ca/content/mill-rate-bylaw




Is there anything else we should know?


Lake living isnt just one season! PVE is designed for four season, year-round living. While spending long, sun-filled summer days on the lake is a highlight, the lake and PVE is also enjoyed in all four seasons. Fall brings some amazing morning sunrises and lovely calm days, great for evening walks down lakefront path or a evening campfire by the beach. Fall also is a highlight for the hunters as the area is good for both big game and birds. Winter in the Buffalo Lake area often sees a good amount of snow perfect for snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and some good snowball fun! The ice on the lake allows for a long season of ice fishing, hockey and skating.





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