Morningstar Homes is bringing their expertise to Maple Ridge with The Summit at Grant Hill.

Morningstar Homes is bringing their expertise to Maple Ridge with The Summit at Grant Hill.

Morningstar shines at The Summit at Grant Hill

You'll be living at the top of the world at Morningstar Homes' newest project, The Summit at Grant Hill in Maple Ridge.



You’ll be living at the top of the world at Morningstar Homes’ newest project, The Summit at Grant Hill in Maple Ridge.

“We haven’t built in Maple Ridge before,” says Deborah Calahan, vice-president of sales and marketing for Morningstar. “Where else can you get a 3,900-square-foot luxury home on a ½ acre homesite for an amazing price? You just can’t.”

Morningstar has long been known for its high-quality finishings and gorgeous homes, and this is certainly continuing at The Summit at Grant Hill.

“This is a really beautiful area,” Calahan says. “We’re offering big value and luxury combined – the best of both worlds – and at an exciting price!”

The four-bedroom homes range from 3,840 to 3,900 square feet, with three-car garages, unfinished basements and vaulted ceilings on the second floor.

“These are some of our best designs ever,” says Calahan. “We always do something new that’s specific to the neighbourhood, and add new twists.”

Those twists include walls of windows that let the natural light pour into your space, and allow for some seriously gorgeous views.

“These homes are really luxurious,” says Calahan. “We’ve created new designs that address the stunning views and natural surroundings with grand foyers to welcome you, extra-large kitchens that are truly the heart of the home and elegant linear fireplaces that make a statement.”

Window seats for admiring the view are included in most bedrooms, and the spa-like ensuite is truly huge, with a stand-alone tub and semi-frameless five-foot shower with a seat. The master bedrooms are always spectacular in Morningstar homes, and this one at The Summit at Grant Hill is no exception. The large windows are continued here, and Morningstar is offering buyers the ability to include a master bedroom sitting room as part of their floorplan.

Other possible customized options include glass hand rails on the stairs, a deluxe finished basement with a wet bar or granite island table extension in the kitchen, among others.

The 1/2 acre homesite gives homeowners the ability to install a swimming pool, tennis court or putting green, Calahan points out.

“This is Maple Ridge like you’ve never seen it before!” she says.

The Summit at Grant Hill is close to Maple Ridge’s downtown, as well as bus routes and the West Coast Express. Commuting will be easy via the Golden Ears Bridge.

“It’s really not far away at all,” says Calahan.

Homes at The Summit at Grant Hill start at $690,000 plus GST. For more information, visit www.mstarhomes.com, call 604-405-4437 or stop by the sales centre at 25465 Godwin Drive, Maple Ridge.

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