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Living Urban and Rural at Park Hill

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October 31, 2017






Park Hill

New collection of condos and townhomes coming to sought-after Willoughby in leafy Langley

In the heart of Willoughby, a new urban-rural lifestyle is emerging. Located on a quiet residential street, Forewest Group’s Park Hill combines the tranquility and comfort in a rural setting along with all the conveniences of urban life.

This idyllic location offers easy access to six parks and a built-in secured greenway, where residents can meander along pedestrian bridges, walkways and nature trails. Countryside at your doorstep is what living at Park Hill is about.

Park Hill is a collection of 26 townhomes (two and three bedroom), and 119 condos (one, two or three bedrooms – some with two patio decks), featuring modern interiors expertly designed to create spaces that are both comfortable and stylish.

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In Langley’s desirable Willoughby neighbourhood, everything you need is within easy access, including Willowbrook Shopping Centre, the Farmers Market and Langley Meadows Park. In addition, you are close to amenities such as the Langley Events Centre and several schools, including Willoughby Elementary, Yorkson Creek Middle School and R. E. Mountain Secondary School.

Designed by Keystone Architecture, the modern exteriors are showcased by a blend of Hardee Board, brick accents and black aluminium railings – creating a contemporary yet timeless traditional look.

The open-concept interiors – ranging from 1,518- to 1,804-square-foot townhomes, to 497- to 1,216-square-foot condos – are distinguished by nine-foot ceilings (with up to 14-foot vaulted ceilings in the townhome bedrooms and up to 12 feet in the condos), luxury vinyl plank flooring throughout the main living area and large windows to bring the outdoors in.

The gourmet kitchens feature quartz countertops with subway tile backsplash, island and bar seating (most homes) and a Samsung stainless-steel appliance package, including French-door refrigerator with cool select pantry. 

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“We thoroughly enjoyed creating designs that reflect a lighter coastal feel to complement the warmer tones inspired by nature surrounding us,” says Char Lamboo, partner at Done to the Nines Design.

After a busy day, residents can unwind on the generous decks and patios or meander through 1200 acres of lush parkland and community trails just outside your door. The townhomes’ main-floor walkout patios also benefit from a natural gas BBQ outlet, perfect for entertaining family and friends.

Getting in and out of Langley is easy, with quick access to Highway 1, Langley’s new park and ride at Carvolth Exchange, and a new speedy route into Walnut Grove via the 202 Street underpass.

With a strong reputation for building smart, sophisticated homes, Forewest Group brings enduring quality and value to every community. As a local builder with more than nine decades of exceptional experience, the developer has partnered with the province’s best architects and tradespeople.

“Langley has become the place to live, conveniently located in the Fraser Valley, but a stone’s throw away from Vancouver,” says James Reimer, partner, Forewest Group. “We are proud to be a part of this vibrant community offering affordable urban townhomes and condos within 1,200 acres of lush parkland.”

Nicely appointed new homes, with timeless beauty and lush greenery, at such value are rare today. This is an opportunity to own a townhome or condominium in the Willoughby neighbourhood, starting from the low $300,000s. Park Hill, located at 20087 68th Avenue Langley, is in pre-sales. Tentative occupancy is expected to be May 31, 2018.

For more information, email sheena@liveatparkhill.ca or visit www.liveatparkhill.ca.


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