A charming country lifestyle at Village Green

Relaxation and a neighbourly feel are the words of the day at Village Green, a quiet enclave in Maple Ridge.

Relaxation and a neighbourly feel are the words of the day at Village Green, a quiet enclave in Maple Ridge that’s been appealing to buyers of all demographics.

“It’s like a little English village,” says sales manager Jeanie Fox. “It’s a really nice community.”

The two-level townhomes are built in a West Coast Architecture style, and are surrounded by plenty of green space. Each home has a fenced yard, making them perfect for families and those looking to have a bit of green space of their own.

“It’s a beautiful setting,” says Fox. “You can cook dinner in your kitchen while watching your kids play in the yard right outside.”

Inside, the spacious three-bedroom floorplans, ranging from 1,246 to 1,382 square feet, include laminate hardwood flooring, nine-foot ceilings on the main floor and quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances in the kitchen. The master ensuite bathroom is spa-inspired, with a full frameless glass shower and oversized shower head.

“These are very good finishings,” Fox says. “You also get a great value for your money. It’s just incredible.”

Phase one is currently selling, and the second phase will be released soon. When complete, the nine-acre site will hold 105 townhomes.

Homeowners have already started moving in, with more to come in the fall.

“We wanted to offer homes that felt like a single-family residence, at townhome affordability, and in fact the majority of our buyers have claimed this as one of their top reasons for purchasing there.”

Homes at Village Green start at $302,900. For more information, visit www.villagegreenlife.ca, call 604-476-2292 or visit the presentation centre at 12161 237th Street, Maple Ridge, open 12 to 5 p.m. every day except Fridays.

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