The homes at Bluetree Homes' Citadel Heights are spacious and include tons of outdoor space

Exceptional single-family homes: Bluetree Homes at Citadel Heights

Bluetree Homes hits new heights with Citadel Heights in Port Coquitlam.

Bluetree Homes is hitting new heights with Citadel Heights, its single-family home community in Port Coquitlam. With an established convenient location, gorgeous homes and the peace of mind that comes with buying from a well-known developer (Bluetree comes from ParkLane Homes), there’s no better time to buy than right now.

The surrounding Citadel Heights neighbourhood is becoming a popular place to live, and these 29 homes are selling quickly.

“The response to this new community has been outstanding,” says Bluetree’s General Manager, Sales and Marketing Yosh Kasahara. “We’ve already sold all of the homes in our initial release and are now pre-selling homes that will complete later this year.”

Bluetree is known as your friendly neighbourhood builder, and the reputation continues with Citadel Heights. The Craftsman-style architecture and rich exterior colours combine to make for a striking picture as you arrive home. There’s definitely no shortage of curb appeal here.

“Our buyers love the Craftsman-style architecture of these homes,” says Kasahara. “These homes will retain their value because they have that timeless look.”

The four- and five-bedroom floorplans range from 2,800 to 3,515 square feet. Big windows and a great room layout in some homes combine for an airy, spacious feeling that lets the natural light flow from room to room. You’ll especially love the dramatic vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom.

Every home includes plenty of outdoor living space, with either decks or patios and front porches. You’ll also find a neighbourhood with mature landscaping, and established parks and schools just minutes away.

The gourmet kitchens are centrally located in every home for maximum convenience. That continues with their eating nooks, breakfast bars and kitchen islands, making entertaining or a quick meal extremely easy. Buyers are able to choose between traditional shaker-style cabinetry or a modern flat-panel style. Stainless-steel appliances are complemented by the quartz composite stone countertops, ceramic tile backsplash and sophisticated undermount cabinet lighting. Hand-set porcelain tile flooring is included in the entrance, kitchen and nook, powder room and laundry room, with elegant engineered hardwood throughout the rest of the main livings areas. The basement and upper floors feature luxurious carpeting to sink your toes into.

The gas fireplace with its contemporary quartz composite stone surround and custom-designed mantel is sure to be a showpiece, or just the perfect place to relax.

In the ensuite, you’ll find quartz composite stone countertops, a spa-like tub and shower with a decorative ceramic and glass accent and your choice of shaker-style or chic flat-panel cabinetry.

Citadel Heights is perfectly situated, with shopping, dining, schools and recreation very close by. You’ll also have easy access to the rest of the Lower Mainland via Lougheed Highway or Highway 1, giving you the best of both worlds: a quiet neighbourhood within easy reach of every amenity you can imagine.

“This community is unique because the surrounding neighbourhood is already established,” Kasahara says. “We know these homes won’t last long because there simply isn’t anything like this available in the market today.”

Homes at Citadel Heights start at $829,900. For more information, visit, call 604-468-2169 or visit the sales centre at 2195 Nova Scotia Avenue, Port Coquitlam, open daily except Fridays between noon and 5 p.m.

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