Inaugural Saskatoon Pink House Campaign 2012

Pink House 2012

First Saskatchewan Pink House
744 Rempel Cove, Stonebridge, Saskatoon, SK
Located on a quiet cove in Stonebridge, Saskatoon’s first Pink House, is a 1,265 square foot, 3 bedroom modified bi-level. It was the first house in Saskatchewan to be built entirely with PinkWood, including the frame, I-joists and sheathing, make it fire, mould, and moisture resistant. The Pink House Campaign enabled Campbell Custom Homes to demonstrate how durable, safer, and more sustainable products are being used to build custom homes in Saskatoon.
From the acrylic stucco and stone exterior to the spacious kitchen with granite countertops, custom maple cabinets, and three sided fireplace, this house is not only visibly beautiful, but it was also built to the Campbell Custom Homes’ superior standards.
The inaugural Pink House Campaign successfully brought the Saskatoon home building community together to raise funds for a common cause. Suppliers and trades donated goods and services to the house and proceeds from the sale went to Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation’s Breast Health Centre.