A new condo community in the revitalized neighbourhood of Yorkson has much to offer first-time buyers, young families and nature lovers alike
Over the past several years, first-time home buyers, young families and those who love the outdoors have been moving into Langley for its combination of urban sophistication and its rural, idyllic countryside.
One of the most exciting revitalized neighbourhoods in Langley is Yorkson – one which offers unparalleled access to nature within minutes to many urban amenities and transit routes.
Close to Willoughby Town Centre, Wyatt Yorkson is a collection of 83 condominiums centrally located on 208th Avenue. These contemporary residences, ranging from 593 to 912 square feet, are designed to enhance the flow of space and functionality.
Welcoming and naturally bright, each one- and two-bedroom layout offers nine-foot ceilings, wide-plank hardwood-look laminate floors and expansive windows. The kitchens feature free-standing islands with bar seating (in most homes), and a premium stainless-steel appliances package that includes a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator. From the living room, the homes open up to generous patios, perfect for entertaining family and friends.
“The great thing about Wyatt is that they are livable homes with modern appeal and design at a price point that fits new home buyers’ budget,” says Danielle Reed, vice-president of Frontline Real Estate Services. “The homes start in the mid-$200,000s… where can you get that in the Lower Mainland with access to downtown Vancouver via bus and train in just over an hour?”
For outdoor enthusiasts, there is scenic dedicated green space with trails along Yorkson Creek and right across the street is Yorkson Community Park, which will be redeveloped into an expansive 52-acre park.
Langley’s main city centre is located within minutes, where residents can enjoy the character of independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Growing families enjoy everyday recreation and entertainment at the Langley Events Centre and Willoughby Community Park. and several schools, including Richard Bulpitt Elementary and R.E. Mountain Secondary are also within close proximity.
The five-storey building is in a great location, close to historic landmarks and pristine forests. There are also several golf courses and two universities – Trinity Western and Kwantlen Polytechnic.
That isn’t all. Getting in and out of the Tri-Cities and Vancouver is a breeze with easy access to the Trans-Canada Highway and the Carvolth Park & Ride.
Everything in this community has been well thought out. That’s because Manorlane Homes is a builder with a proven track record, spanning more than 45 years of construction, engineering and land development expertise. Over the last several years, the Langley-based developer has been building townhomes and condominiums buildings in both Langley and Surrey.
The Wyatt Yorkson Presentation Centre and Display Home open later this month at 19557- 64 Ave Langley BC. It will open daily from noon to 5 p.m. (Closed Fridays). Tentative occupancy is late 2019.