Quality and value at Morningstar’s Robertson Heights

Maple Ridge has welcomed Morningstar Homes with open arms, making Robertson Heights a huge success.

Maple Ridge has welcomed Morningstar Homes with open arms, already making its newest single-family home project, Robertson Heights, a huge success after just a few weeks.

“We recognized that today’s single-family home buyer is looking not only for quality and value, but innovation as well,” says Deborah Calahan, vice-president of sales and marketing for Morningstar. “We’ve taken the time to do our homework, researching ideas that are fresh and new and re-creating them in a home where affordability is key.”

Ranging from 2,625 to 3,072 square feet including unfinished basements, the three- and four-bedroom homes include some pretty amazing features. Among them are vaulted ceilings, window seats and the gourmet kitchens that Morningstar is known for.

“We always strive to offer our purchasers the best,” says Calahan. “In a market where many people consider single-family home ownership out of reach, we’ve pleasantly surprised potential purchasers by providing not only an affordable home but one that is truly innovative with the bells and whistles you’d expect to see in a much larger home.”

Morningstar held their grand opening of Robertson Heights in late September, and sold 21 homes in the first two weeks, making the neighbourhood one of the most successful yet. Calahan points out that the six furnished show homes give potential buyers the ability to look at all of their options before making the final decision on which home to buy.

Robertson Heights is Morningstar’s second project in Maple Ridge. The first, The Summit at Grant Hill, is already over 50 per cent sold out after opening just two months ago.

Homes at Robertson Heights start at $449,900 including GST. For more information, visit www.mstarhomes.com, call 604-380-4708 or stop by the sales office at 10455 Robertson Street, Maple Ridge, open daily except Friday between noon and 6 p.m.

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