Domae Homes' The Summit Residences in Chilliwack offers amazing views.

Domae Homes' The Summit Residences in Chilliwack offers amazing views.

Ascending to the peak at The Summit Residences

Domae Homes' The Summit Residences in Chilliwack offer stunning views and a great location.



Domae Homes has long been known for high-quality homes that they themselves would want to live in. With the Summit Residences, that’s actually the case for partner Kevin Chester, who lives in the community himself and enjoys being able to say hello to the people who have purchased a home there.

“We build homes that we care about,” he says. “These are not just houses; they’re homes.”

Located in the Promontory Heights community in Chilliwack, The Summit Residences are worthy of their name. With stunning views of the surrounding valley and mountains, the neighbourhood is a nature-lovers dream. Thom Creek Park is nearby, as well as trails, golf courses, lakes and other recreation opportunities.

“These views are to-die-for,” Chester says.

There are controlled and registered building design guidelines in place to keep that view for the homeowners at the Summit Residences, which is especially important to those buyers who had put a beautiful view on the top of their list of must-haves.

The 52 single-family homes on the 12-acre site are available in a range of floorplans, including two new layouts that range in size from 2,116 to 2,324 square feet plus an unfinished basement.

Curb appeal is not in short supply at The Summit Residences, with their Craftsman architecture, distinctive exposed aggregate or stamped driveways and spacious outdoor decks, patios and landscaped yards. Each home has a double-car attached garage.

“No two homes are the same,” Chester says. “We want buyers to get exactly what they want, so there is quite a variety of options. We’ve done some really interesting things.”

Inside, spacious open-concept floorplans are perfect for entertaining, and homeowners can choose between two professionally selected colour schemes. Large windows maximize the view and let natural light fill the space. Hardwood laminate flooring throughout the main level is complemented by luxurious trackless carpeting in the bedrooms. A cozy stone-faced gas fireplace adds a touch of contemporary elegance to the living room.

The gourmet kitchens include hardwood cabinetry, classic granite coutnertops and a hand-set tiled backsplash. A granite-topped island adds to the overall counter space and serves as a gathering place. A spacious pantry is another masterstroke of convenience.

The elegant ensuite is spa-like and relaxing, with a deluxe soaker tub, frameless glass shower and floating under-lit hardwood cabinet. The dual undermount sinks are convenient for couples, while the modern oversized tiles are cool and inviting.

The Summit Residences are just minutes away from the everyday necessities of life such as shopping, dining and education. A local coffee shop, deli and food mart are just a few things that are just minutes away.

Homes at The Summit Residences start at $450,000. For more information, visit www.summitresidences.ca, call 604-824-6473 or stop by the sales centre at 47150 MacFarlane Place, Chilliwack, open 12 to 5 p.m. daily except Thursday and Friday.

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