Marcon’s Regan’s Walk features modern urban living

Marcon's Regan's Walk is perfect for those searching for a modern urban lifestyle.

Marcon is continuing its reputation as one of British Columbia’s most respected developers with Regan’s Walk, a collection of 71 condominium homes in Coquitlam that are perfect for those searching for a modern urban lifestyle.

The homes at Regan’s Walk are available in a variety of one-, two- and three-bedroom plans, ranging from 509 to 1,125 square feet. Nine-foot ceilings contribute to a spacious feel, enhanced by the abundance of natural light. Wide-plank laminate flooring is featured throughout the living areas, with modern scrolled level-loop nylon carpeting in the bedrooms.

The kitchens are perfect for any aspiring gourmet, with their stainless-steel appliances and full-height pantries with built-in microwaves and USB charging station (in select homes). The thermafoil cabinets are contemporary and distinctive, with Shaker 42″ Euro White uppers and eased edge square-profile lower cabinets in either Covaren Crystal or Miltown Oak. The cabinets are complemented by a full-height hand-set stacked tile backsplash and solid quartz countertops.

Meanwhile, the bathrooms are relaxing and elegant, with their own Euro White Shaker cabinets and a deep soaker tub. You’ll also find solid quartz countertops in the ensuite bathroom, complemented by a full-height Arctic White tile tub and shower surround and a forged steel-framed mirror with brushed steel accent light bar to perfectly illuminate your morning routine.

Every home includes a generous patio or terrace, extending the living space outdoors and perfect for entertaining or relaxing.

Located in West Coquitlam, a neighbourhood that will soon include the Evergreen Line, Regan’s Walk is perfect for those looking for easy access to the amenities of the city while still having plenty of peace and quiet. The area is easily walkable, so you can leave your car behind and head out for a stroll to get groceries, meet friends or just get outdoors. Regan’s Walk is also close to schools, parks, dining and other amenities.

For more information, visit www.reganswalk.ca, call 604-492-0222 or visit the sales centre at 408-552 Clarke Road, Coquitlam, open daily except Fridays between noon and 5 p.m.

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