VillageWalk sales manager Angela Jorgenson notes that the community is already garnering buzz in West Maple Ridge.

West Maple Ridge welcomes VillageWalk to the neighbourhood

Quality and location are combining at VillageWalk, an exclusive community that has been garnering plenty of attention from local residents.

Quality and location are combining at VillageWalk, an exclusive community of 23 homes that has been garnering plenty of attention from local residents.

“People have been waiting for a long time and it’s finally here,” says sales manager Angela Jorgenson. “In just a matter of a few weeks, we’ve had close to 100 registrants expressing interest in the plans and wanting to buy sooner rather than later.”

Developed from a partnership between Woodbrige Properties and local Maple Ridge builder Pivotal Developments, VillageWalk is currently open for pre-sale by appointment only. The show home is expected to be opening in late spring/early summer. However, people have the opportunity to make their selection right now.

“The location is one of the biggest selling points so far,” says Jorgenson. “It’s central to everything that’s important, including schools, shopping and leisure activities.”

It’s also just moments from the Golden Ears Bridge, West Coast Express and Lougheed Highway, making commuting very easy from this West Maple Ridge location.

The spacious three- and four-bedroom single-family homes are available in a range of floorplans, as well as ranger designs that Jorgenson says are in the process of being designed and have already been the subject of a great deal of interest.

“The developers have spent a good deal of time on the plans, ensuring that they are very livable for each of our homeowners,” she says.

The homes range from approximately 2,200 to over 2,300 square feet plus basement, built with contemporary Craftsman-style architecture and large patios and decks tailor-made for entertaining or relaxing.

Nine-foot ceilings on the main floor contribute to the sense of space, along with oversized picture windows and vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom.

The kitchens are fit for a gourmet, with generous over-height cabinetry with shaker-style doors, quartz countertops, a coordinating ceramic tile backsplash and stainless-steel appliances. Recessed pot and under-cabinet lighting perfectly illuminate your tasks.

Modern wide-plank laminate wood flooring is featured throughout the main living areas, along with plush carpeting in the bedrooms and ceramic tile flooring in the bathrooms.

Ensuite bathrooms feature their own quartz countertops, along with custom vanities with shake-style cabinetry. The ensuite also holds a glass shower enclosure with a designer ceramic tile surround, while the main bathroom has a soaker tub as well as a modern ceramic tile tub surround. Full-width mirrors and polished chrome lighting prepare you to greet the day or wind down after a busy week.

“We have a great upgrade package, so buyers can customize their home,” says Jorgenson. “People who register with us now can pre-select their home, choose their colour scheme and their lot. And with a location like this in West Maple Ridge, there’s really never been a better time to make that decision.”

Homes at VillageWalk start at $599,900. For more information and to pre-register, visit www.liveatvillagewalk.com or call 604-465-6524.

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