Heritage and prestige at Polygon’s Kingston House

Polygon is proud to announce its first collection of apartment homes at Harvard Gardens: Kingston House.

Polygon is taking inspiration from the Ivy League in their newest master-planned community, Harvard Gardens, and is proud to announce its first collection of apartment homes: Kingston House.

Located in South Surrey, Harvard Gardens will include a private community clubhouse called The Rowing Club, with an outdoor pool and spa, gym, fitness facilities, HD screening room, guest suites, resident concierge and more. Harvard Gardens will also be close to schools, restaurants, transit, shopping and recreation and leisure opportunities.

Kingston House will be a collection of one- and two-bedroom homes next to green space and steps from The Rowing Club, making it an incredibly convenient and beautiful place to live.

“This will be a great opportunity for first-time buyers and young families to buy in South Surrey,” says sales manager Judy Rohatyn. “The homes are move-in ready.”

Among the amazing features you’ll find at Kingston House include over-height nine-foot main and fourth floor ceilings, generous patios or covered sun decks and large windows to let the natural light flood your space. Engineered stone kitchen countertops are complemented by stainless-steel appliances and flat-panelled cabinetry in either gloss white or dark laminate, depending on the colour scheme, and a breakfast bar or kitchen island is incredibly convenient for a quick meal or gathering with friends and family.

Spa-inspired bathrooms include their own engineered stone countertops and chic cabinetry, along with designer-selected imported porcelain tile flooring. An elegant hand-set ceramic tile tub and shower surround features marble and glass mosaic accents.

Rich wood laminate flooring is included throughout the main living areas, with lush carpeting in the bedrooms.

The architecture of Kingston House will be inspired by the East Coast, with rich brickwork, natural wood soffits and black metal detailing. Courtyard spaces will feature a trellised seating area perfect for relaxation in the outdoors.

Homes at Kingston House start at $259,900. Polygon is holding a grand opening on Jan. 25 at noon; for more information, check out www.polyhomes.com, call 604-541-8092 or stop by the sales centre at 3323 151st Street to tour the two stunning display homes.

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