Life among the trees at Intergulf’s Cedar Creek

Coquitlam's Burke Mountain community welcomes Cedar Creek to the neighbourhood.

There’s nothing as wonderful as coming home after a long day and relaxing. The townhomes at Intergulf Development Group’s Cedar Creek North are like a breath of fresh air on Coquitlam’s master-planned community of Burke Mountain.

“When you buy at Cedar Creek you can rest assured that you are getting the best-built townhomes the industry has to offer,” says Intergulf’s Sasha Faris. “Our townhomes offer luxurious finishes, great design and a palatable price to go along with it.”

The homes at Cedar Creek are spacious and inviting, with their open floorplans and beautiful features. The kitchens are particularly gorgeous, with their stainless-steel appliances, custom-built Shaker-style wood cabinetry, natural granite countertop and island and chic glass mosaic tile backsplash.

The bathrooms feature their own custom-built Shaker-style cabinetry, complemented by a natural granite countertop with a granite backsplash, vanity mirror with matching wood frame and a modern custom-built cubic vessel sink. A soaker tub and rain-head shower nozzle adds to the feeling of calm in the space, along with a sleek ceramic tile bath-shower surround and porcelain tile floor.

The electric fireplace in every home is perfect for gathering around for some cozy downtime, or if you’re in the mood for some sun, the lush landscaping draws you outside. You’ll also find private balconies, patios and decks in the homes at Cedar Creek.

Burke Mountain features several parks and schools in the neighbourhood, with shopping, dining and recreation opportunities just minutes away in the Coquitlam Centre area. The community is a highly sought-after location, so Faris notes that time is running out to purchase.

“With this being the last phase of the Cedar Creek townhouse project, this is the final chance to own affordable luxury atop Burke Mountain,” she says.

Homes at Cedar Creek North start at $419,900 and are move-in ready. For more information about Cedar Creek, visit www.cedarcreekhomes.ca or call 604-880-1880.

 

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