Forge Properties' Royce in White Rock offers elegant homes and a great location.

Forge Properties' Royce in White Rock offers elegant homes and a great location.

Gorgeous views at Forge Properties’ Royce

Forge Properties' Royce in White Rock offers elegant homes and a great location.

Inspired by White Rock’s stunning scenery, Forge Properties’ Royce is an elegant addition to the neighbourhood, with plenty of curb appeal as it moves into the final cladding stage. Offering spacious homes and a prime location, Royce has proven incredibly popular.

“We like to think of it as a true White Rock landmark,” says project marketing manager Brandon Trent. “It’s a one-of-a-kind building with West Coast architecture featuring a blend of modern and natural materials, including B.C. timber posts.”

The development takes full advantage of the location.

“The building is designed to cascade towards the ocean and maximize stunning ocean views over top of a lush landscaped courtyard,” Trent says.

Each home has an expansive terrace or patio, affording beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean or over the courtyard.

Inside, oversized windows and nine-foot ceilings in the main living areas add to the sense of spaciousness.

Gourmet kitchens feature floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, stainless-steel appliances and distinctive quartz countertops, complemented by an integral Carrera marble backsplash. The space is lit by under-cabinet task lighting, pot lights and chic pendants over the kitchen island.

“These kitchens live like a single-family home,” says Trent.

The luxurious bathrooms are spa-like and relaxing, with quartz countertops, recessed pot lighting and large-format porcelain tile with mosaic-style polished marble accents. The ensuite features a walk-in shower, separate soaker tub (most homes) with large-format marble tile flooring with a mosaic herringbone-style marble accent.

Homeowners at Royce will have access to The Royce Club, an amenities space with a fireside lounge with kitchen area and library, and a fully equipped fitness centre with yoga studio.

Venturing off the property you’ll find everything you need, from shopping and dining to leisure and recreation opportunities. Combined with the gorgeous homes, Royce has something for everyone.

“With so many great floorplans to choose from, both singles and couples can find a home at the right size to fit their lifestyle with a true White Rock address,” says Trent.

Royce was the recipient of four Georgie Awards earlier this year, which honour the best in British Columbia’s residential construction industry.

Homes at Royce start at $299,900. For more information, visit, call 604-538-8028 or visit the Presentation Gallery at 14855 Thrift Avenue, open daily between 12 and 5 p.m.

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