The sweeping vistas from the balconies of the next phase of units at Vista Green near Chilliwack are expected to be popular with potential home buyers.

That View! Comfort and relaxation defined in the Valley

Hillside Chilliwack Valley neighbourhood offers luxury and convenience

Picture yourself relaxing in comfort on the large balcony of your new home, gazing at the comings and goings in the sprawling valley below, or simply content to enjoy the peaceful surroundings at your own pace.

Those are just some of the benefits of living in Vista Green at The Falls, an all-ages gated community of just 66 homes perched on a hillside overlooking the first fairway of The Falls Golf Club and the expansive and fertile Chilliwack Valley.

Phase 5 of this exclusive residential development, now available for sale, will feature eight rancher-style townhomes with full walkout basements that offer numerous options for customizing your home to your tastes and needs.

“I like to tell people you’ll get a million-dollar view and we throw in the townhome for free,” jokes Mick Lutz, sales and marketing agent with Fifth Avenue, of Vista Green. “The changing seasons and colours come into play and the big balconies truly capture that. The people I’ve been speaking with really picture themselves living on those decks.”

Duplex-style single-level living

The appeal of these Kerkhoff Projects-built homes, especially for people with mobility challenges, is that they are all rancher-style homes with master bedroom, open concept living/dining room and kitchen, den/bedroom, plus double-garage access, all on one main level. And they only share one common wall with the neighbouring property given the duplex-style design.

With 10-foot ceilings, oversized windows to take in the view and gas hookups on the outside deck to accommodate barbecuing or heating accessories, you can spend the majority of your home time on one level.

The extended walkout living area on the lower level features guest bedroom, full bathroom, large recreation area and ample storage, and it’s no surprise people from Vancouver to Abbotsford and beyond – many of whom are downsizing – are inquiring into this strata neighbourhood ideal for those looking for a “lock-and-leave” property.

Here some other features and benefits of this exclusive property:

  • Modern West Coast architecture creates an inviting welcome
  • European craftsmanship in the interior is sophisticated and thoughtfully designed
  • Kitchens feature modern, low-maintenance and high-quality cabinetry complimented by solid quartz countertops and backsplash
  • Bathrooms also have solid quartz countertops, with easy-to-clean tile flooring, a deep soaker tub for reclining comfort, large walk-in showers with tile flooring, and designer fixtures and hardware

The many standard features, as well as optional elements such as in-floor heating, high-end installed sound system, built-in wine fridge and more, make these homes attractive. But as Lutz points out, much of the appeal comes back to location and placement.

“It’s a relaxed and picturesque community, a quiet area with no through traffic and clear views of the changing seasons and vistas,” he says.

To find out more or make an appointment to chat further about this opportunity, visit vistagreenliving.com or stop by the onsite presentation centre at 51096 Falls Ct.

 

Quality, low-maintenance cabinery is among the features in the open concept kitchens at Vista Green.

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