Imagine having a large master bedroom ensuite, complete with a deep soaker tub, double sinks and tiled glass shower in your new home. You can find features like this at Timberlane.

Downsizer? New family? Large family? Professional? There’s an option for everyone

Timberlane in East Abbotsford has a home designed to match your lifestyle

If you’re shopping for your next home, are you waiting for just the right house to come on the market, hoping it meets most of your wants and needs, from location to size to floor plan?

What if you found a perfect location with terrific walkability, an amazing viewscape, and could have your choice of four distinctly different styles of home, all featuring the same high-quality construction and top-notch materials no matter what the price point?

Meeting you where you’re at in life

Giving new home buyers variety in Abbotsford’s most desirable location is what Timberlane is all about, says Jon Kinneman, marketing and art director with Algra Bros., the Mountain Village neighbourhood’s developer.

“The four single-family detached home models available appeal to a wide spectrum of people,” he says, noting that the Spruce edition sold out quickly. “There are two models for families, including a model for people looking to upgrade, one tailor-made for down-sizers who want less maintenance, and an empty-nester luxury model.”

Model size varies, but your living space abounds

Whether you’re empty nesters looking to scale down from a larger home, you have a growing family or maybe are looking to upgrade from your current home, Timberlane has options:

  1. Juniper If you are interested in moving up to a single family detached home, the answer might be in this 2,340-sq.-ft. above-ground model with a large living space on the main, three bedrooms upstairs and recreation and “flex” rooms off the entry-level garage. Great for young families looking for a central location close to schools, shopping and recreation.
  2. Cedar This deluxe, four-bedroom rancher with a walk-out basement perfect for empty nesters is also well suited for families and people who like to entertain. Totalling 3,500 square feet, it features the coveted master bedroom on the main floor while offering a large, open living space at ground level that opens up to a covered deck that offers you views of the Cascade Mountains and Sumas Prairie. If this sounds like it fits the bill for you, be quick. There’s only one left!
  3. Cypress If you like the idea of “lock it and leave it,” this two-bedroom reverse rancher (bedrooms downstairs) could be right for you. Designed with minimal need for outside maintenance – it’s also not part of a strata – this 2,581-sq.-ft. model has a luxuriously open living space at ground level and is elevator-ready for when using the stairs becomes a challenge.
  4. Sitka This 3,519 sq.ft., 3BR+flex model features a dramatic two-floor cathedral ceiling in the living room; a large rec room just waiting for your inspiration, and decks and/or patio off each level. Again, great for entertaining! And the large basement can be utilized to create two additional bedrooms or a large basement suite.

To experience the designs and quality up close, book a time here to tour the show home. You can also follow Algra Bros. on Facebook.

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