Okay, we know Vancouver is a city that’s home to quite a few millionaires. And a 2016 study by Environics Analytics proved that.
Amid the current housing problem, it’s easy to think that single family homes and a finer style of living are exclusively for the uber-wealthy. But that’s not true. You can enjoy the essence of Vancouver living in a townhome that actually feels just like a single detached house.
There’s a stylish, contemporary new development coming to Langley and you’re going to want to live there – Luxia. It encompasses elegance and style in three-bedroom homes, as well as three-bedroom and den townhomes in Yorkson Creek, Willoughby, and it’s one development you need on your radar.
If you need any more convincing, check out these four key features:
You have to be open to new experiences and a fresh take on living when you’re relocating to a new area and moving into a brand new home. There couldn’t be a better place to start than Yorkson Creek. It’s a pedestrian-orientated, well-connected neighbourhood located close to shops, grocery stores, schools, parks, and highways. This means you’re close to everything you could possibly need at all times. If you have to commute to Metro Vancouver, you can do so through an expanding transit network or a quick drive along Highway 1.
Living at Luxia means you get to enjoy life in a stunning townhome that feels more like a single family home. These properties will have side-by-side garages, outdoor spaces (either a rooftop patio, front yard, backyard or combo, some even have multiple balconies), spacious kitchens, and many will have proper laundry rooms.
Consider your current living space; do you have access to any amenities? As a resident of Luxia, you’ll get to enjoy an entire amenity building with a fitness centre and a games room. There are also going to be play centres for children and lush landscaping in a tranquil outdoor garden with water features. Certain residences at Luxia also have private rooftop terraces, large patios, and balconies.
Luxia offers unrivaled craftsmanship, serenity, and convenience, and it’s being built in partnership by some of the most trusted and experienced developers on the West Coast. Isle of Mann is a local, family-owned development company that also run Mannkind Charity. Meanwhile, Pollyco Group is heavily invested in the neighbourhood and built the shopping plaza Willoughby Town Centre.
There’s a presentation centre coming this spring where you’ll be able to explore Luxia for yourself.