Marcon's Heywood on the Park is surrounded on two sides by a 39.5-acre park.

Park-side living at Marcon’s Heywood on the Park

Marcon's Heywood on the Park is surrounded on two sides by a 39.5-acre park.



If you’re looking for a home that’s as beautiful as the 39.5-acre park it’s named after, you need look no further than Heywood on the Park, Marcon’s condominium project in North Vancouver that showcases great design and a fantastic location.

“You’re literally on the edge of the park,” says sales manager Wendy Pirie. “The park is on two sides of the building, so you’ll never have buildings there. There’s retail and transit on the other two sides; it’s really unique to have all of that.”

Curb appeal is abundant at Heywood on the Park, with its Classic Modern architecture designed by NSDA Architects.

Ranging from approximately 538 to 1,184 square feet, the one-, two- and three-bedroom homes are available in a variety of spacious floorplans.

Among the luxurious features you’ll find at Heywood on the Park is laminate flooring throughout the main living areas (with scrolled level-loop nylon carpeting in the bedrooms) and nine-foot ceilings (eight feet in the bathrooms). The oversized windows optimize natural light even on the darkest of days.

“These are extremely bright suites,” Pirie says. “They don’t feel like condos.”

The kitchens are fit for any budding gourmet, with their stainless-steel appliances, solid quartz countertops and full-wrap series cabinetry in Frosty White Gloss, complemented by accent cabinets in square-edge Brookside Whitewashed Oak or Brookside Veneer Teak. Select homes include full-height pantries with a built-in microwave and a USB charging station.

The bathrooms are relaxing, with their own solid quartz countertops and a deep soaker tub. The tub and shower surround is accented by Calacatta stone, complementing the Arctic White tiles. A floating mirror with polished chrome accent lighting shows you in your best light, while the warm grey porcelain tile floor is elegant and contemporary.

The best feature of the homes at Heywood on the Park is the amazing views of the North Shore mountains or city (some plans). This is accentuated by the generous patios, decks and terraces in every home.

“These terraces are just huge,” Pirie says.

Heywood on the Park’s location offers easy access to the rest of the Lower Mainland, as well as schools, dining, recreation and shopping all within walking distance. On-site, you’ll find an amenity lounge with outdoor patio.

Marcon has a well-established reputation for gorgeous homes and great customer service, something that Pirie says has been bringing people into the sales centre.

“They are there for you after the purchase,” she says. “They’ve built on the North Shore before. They’re top-notch.”

Homes at Heywood on the Park start at $288,900. For more information, check out www.heywoodliving.ca, call 604-985-0003 or visit the presentation centre at 1621 Hamilton Avenue, North Vancouver.

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