Polygon's Lakeside at Sunstone offers master-on-main plans for added convenience.

Polygon's Lakeside at Sunstone offers master-on-main plans for added convenience.

Living Lakeside at Sunstone

Waterfront living is possible in North Delta at Polygon's Lakeside in the master-planned community of Sunstone.



Waterfront living is possible in North Delta at Polygon’s Lakeside, an enclave of executive-style townhomes in the master-planned community of Sunstone.

“These townhomes feel like single-family homes,” says sales manager Pat Lok. “At 25 to 35 feet wide, they’re wider than a typical Vancouver lot!”

With a variety of three-bedroom two-level plans, most 2,000 square feet or larger, Lakeside is appealing to families and empty-nesters alike. This is the final collection of master-on-main homes being built at Sunstone, making it even more appealing.

“These are beautiful homes, and there are less than 20 remaining,” Lok says, “with a limited number of each plan type left, it’s a great time to visit us.”

Curb appeal is not in short supply at Lakeside. The homes are built using classic Seaside architecture, with pitched roofs, stone and wood detailing and window boxes. Street-fronting homes include picket fencing and stone post entry gates to complement the architecture. Buyers will be able to enjoy plenty of time outdoors on their private decks or patios, which feature gas hookups for your barbecue. In addition, each home has a private fenced yard. Every home has a double-car side-by-side garage, which Lok points out has been a selling feature at Lakeside.

Inside, some plan types feature dramatic vaulted ceilings along with warm laminate wood flooring throughout the main level living areas. Radiant in-floor heating is featured throughout the main level, adding to the warm and cozy feeling of the entire home.

The kitchen is elegant and efficient, with custom-designed naturally stained quarter oak flat-panel or white painted shaker cabinetry, engineered stone countertops and a marble backsplash. A kitchen island adds to the convenience, and select homes include a spacious walk-in pantry. Stainless-steel appliances and under-cabinet lighting, contemporary halogen track lighting and task lighting round out the beautiful space.

The luxurious master ensuite features an oversized soaker tub and a separate shower with glass enclosure and marble tile accents, complemented by marble countertops and a large vanity mirror. The main bathroom holds a bathtub with ceramic tile surround and marble countertops.

“People love the little luxuries here,” says Lok.

Homeowners at Sunstone have access to the private Sunstone Club, a 12,000-square-foot amenities building that includes an outdoor pool, gym, fireside lounge with a billiards table and much more. Sunstone Lake is right beside Lakeside, along with a playground, amphitheatre and several trails for walking or cycling.

When you venture off the property, you’ll find schools, shopping, dining and recreation all nearby, including the Sungod Recreation Centre, Watershed Park and the Delta Nature Reserve.

Homes at Lakeside start at $558,000. For more information, visit www.polyhomes.com, call 604-585-7107 or stop by the presentation centre at 10500 Delsom Crescent, open noon to 6 p.m. daily except Friday.

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