Premier living at Polygon’s Kingston House

Heritage-style elegance is at top of mind at Kingston House, apartments in a community that is inspired by an Ivy League legacy.

Heritage-style elegance is at top of mind at Polygon’s Kingston House, a collection of two-bedroom apartment residences in a master-planned community that is inspired by an Ivy League legacy.

“You can move in this summer,” says sales manager Judy Rohatyn. “With payments from $899 a month, this is a great opportunity for first-time buyers to purchase a home in the South Surrey market.”

Kingston House is the first apartment collection at Polygon’s Harvard Gardens, a master-planned community that is also close to top schools, golf courses, shopping and dining.

“There’s nothing like this anywhere else,” Rohatyn says. “Many parents of first-time buyers recognize the great value and are bringing their kids to Kingston House to assist them in buying their first home.”

The homes at Kingston House are spacious and inviting, with over-height ceilings on the main and fourth floor, generous patios or covered decks, and huge windows. Engineered stone countertops in the kitchen are complemented by flat-panelled cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances. Rich wood laminate flooring is featured throughout the main areas, with lush carpeting in the bedrooms. Spa-like bathrooms have designer-selected imported porcelain tile flooring, engineered stone countertops and a contemporary patterned hand-set ceramic tile tub and shower surround with marble and glass mosaic tile accents. The master ensuite adds another touch of luxury with dual porcelain undermount sinks (most plans) and polished chrome accessories.

Outside, the architecture is inspired by the East Coast, with rich brick cladding, natural wood soffits and black metal detailing.

Homeowners at Kingston House will also have access to The Rowing Club; a private residents-only clubhouse featuring over 9,000 sq.ft. of resort-style amenities such as an outdoor pool and spa, gymnasium, fitness facilities, a screening room and other amenities. A resident concierge will be available to assist with your every need, and two fully furnished suites are available for out-of-town guests.

Two-bedroom homes start at $259,900. For more information, visit by the presentation centre at 152nd Street and 32nd Avenue, South Surrey, open 12 to 6 p.m. daily except Fridays, call 604.541.8092, or visit

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