The Perfect Home for a Langley Lifestyle

The newest community in desirable Yorkson, Wexley is a collection of two- and three-bedroom townhomes in an idyllic setting

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REW.ca
March 8, 2017






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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, which has a strong sense of community and connectivity, where people who live here really feel a sense of belonging, where neighbours know each other.

In the heart of this re-energized enclave is where well-known local developer RDG Management presents its newest project Wexley – a collection of 90 timeless West Coast two- and three-bedroom townhomes, some with rooftop decks. 

“The first thing that strikes you about the townhomes is their great layout; Wexley is designed for modern families,” says Heather McClean, Director of Marketing, Frontline Real Estate Services Ltd. “Wexley is also ideally located … it will be right across the street from Richard Bullpitt Elementary School and minutes away from several brand-new amenities, such as boutique shops, restaurants, grocery stores and much more.”

These three-storey townhomes, ranging from 1,150 to 1,700 square feet, offer the latest in contemporary finishes. Wexley features the choice of two designer colour schemes, nine-foot ceilings, eco-friendly laminate flooring throughout the main, a walk-in closet in the master bedroom, double vanity in the master suite and quartz countertops through the kitchen and bathrooms.

At the same time, you never feel as if there’s a shortage of natural light. Each space – whether it be the living room, kitchen or bedrooms – is naturally bright due large, well-placed windows.

The well-appointed kitchens come complete with a stainless steel appliance package (KitchenAid Appliance package available), Shaker wood cabinets, a high grade stainless double bowl sink, Chimney stainless hood fan and tile backsplash.

“Some plans have an oversized picture window in the kitchen overlooking the sink,” says McClean. “Additionally, some homes will have eight- to nine-foot oversized islands.”

Wexley comes from the builder who brought the sold out The Ridge at Bose Farms, a 20-acre project that involved restoring a 77-year-old dairy barn, to Surrey. With more than five decades in the industry, the Langley builder has a rich history of developing communities where people want to live and building homes with superior craftsmanship.

Not far from the city, you are close by to new amenities such as the Langley Events Centre and several schools. Within a short drive, you have the best that rural living offers – pastoral landscapes and roadside farm stands. Wexley also features a great location that is close to historic landmarks in addition to pristine forests. There are also several golf courses and two universities – Trinity Western and Kwantlen Polytechnic.

Meanwhile, getting in and out of Langley is now easier than ever with quick access to Highway 1:2 Carvolth Exchange,Langley’s new park and ride (providing quick, convenient sky train access), and a new speedy route into Walnut Grove via the 202 Street underpass.

Two fully furnished show homes and the presentation centre, located at 20857–77A Ave., Langley, are set to open in spring 2017.

For more information or to register, email info@wexley.ca or visit www.wexley.ca.


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