Jensen Lakes

Jensen Lake is located west of St. Albert Trail and north of Villeneuve Road. This area is known for beautiful scenery, luxurious living, and is the only beach neighbourhood in St. Albert. Much of Jensen Lake real estate is centred around year-round recreational activities. Beautiful beaches, walking trails, parks, ponds, and a private sand beach, with an amazing beach club, are what residents can look forward to when purchasing a home in Jensen Lakes.

Options for every price range and home-style exist in Jensen Lakes; estate homes, single-family, townhomes and duplexes are all available.

The lake will include docks at the beach club, private docks for each of the lake lots, and semi-private docks at private walkway access points.  A swimming area and dock will be located just off the main sandy beach area.  The lake may be stocked with fish for both summer and winter recreational fishing.

About Jensen Lakes


Development began: 2010s

Type of homes: Estate, single-family, townhomes, duplexes

Parks in the area: Joyal Park

Schools in the Area

  • Elementary: Joseph M Demko; Sister Alphonse Academy

Characteristics

  • Sandy beach
  • Tree-lined boardwalk, and 5 km of landscaped pathways
  • 40 acres of parks and open space, and year-round recreational activities

History

The land was originally used for farming, primarily growing canola. The land has been owned by many different farmers over the years before it was bought by the development company Qualico. Melcor Developments acquired the land from Qualico in 2012 and began development on Jensen Lakes in 2014. Once the lake is complete, it will contain 6,000 tonnes of sand, 400,000 cubic meters of water and rocks that are being brought in from Moyie and the Kootenays in British Columbia. Modern-day development that was built up from traditional farmland through the use of advanced technology and strategic planning to create a superior residential neighbourhood that features a variety of lakes, parks, and greenspace.


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Last edited: November 5, 2019