Bluetree Homes at Citadel Heights features the best of both worlds.

Best of both worlds with Bluetree Homes at Citadel Heights

Bluetree Homes is rising to the top with Citadel Heights, its popular single-family community in Port Coquitlam



Bluetree Homes is rising to the top with Citadel Heights, its popular single-family community in Port Coquitlam that offers not only beautiful, move-in ready homes but an established mature neighbourhood and convenient access to the rest of the Lower Mainland as well. Bluetree comes from noted builder ParkLane Homes with a well-established reputation for building quality, and this tradition continues at Citadel Heights.

“Citadel is quite a hidden gem,” says sales manager Dana de Boer. “Homeowners get views of the Fraser River and Mount Baker, and that view factor has been a huge draw.”

Over 50 per cent of the 29 homes at Citadel Heights have already been sold.

Part of the appeal is the spacious four- and five-bedroom floorplans, ranging from 2,800 to 3,577 square feet.

“All of our homes include a fully finished basement, which is something that people enjoy,” says de Boer. “You can choose a fully contained suite for in-laws, returning children or simply as a mortgage helper.”

There’s plenty of curb appeal at Citadel Heights due to the Craftsman-style architecture and gorgeous landscaping. Every home has its own private yard as well as a spacious front porch, deck and patio.

Engineered hardwood is included throughout the main floor, with lush carpeting on the upper floor. A gas fireplace in the living room with its contemporary quartz composite stone surround and custom-designed mantel is sure to be a showpiece, or just the perfect place to relax. Three different designer colour schemes are available, giving you a chance to personalize your home to suit your tastes.

The kitchen holds everything an aspiring chef needs, from stainless-steel appliances to shaker-style cabinetry to quartz composite stone countertops and a kitchen island. A ceramic tile backsplash complements the countertops.

The spa-inspired bathrooms feature hand-set porcelain tile flooring and quartz composite stone countertops. The ensuite holds an acrylic tub and shower with decorative ceramic and glass accent tile, while the main bath features an acrylic alcove tub with ceramic tile surround. The cabinetry depends on the colour scheme chosen for the home, with a choice of either contemporary flat-panel or elegant shaker-style.

The location is also a big draw. Citadel Heights is perfectly situated, with shopping, dining, transit, schools and recreation very close by. You’ll also have easy access to the rest of the Lower Mainland via Lougheed Highway or Highway 1, giving you the best of both worlds: a quiet neighbourhood within easy reach of every amenity you can imagine.

“It’s very convenient for commuters,” says de Boer. “Or really, for anyone who needs to go places.”

A large variety of floorplans are still available, starting at $789,900. For more information, check out www.bluetreehomes.ca/citadel, call 604-468-2169 or visit the sales centre at 2195 Nova Scotia Ave., Port Coquitlam, open daily (except Friday) between noon and 5 p.m.

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