Live, work and play at MOSAIC’s Fremont Blue

MOSAIC Homes is bringing a touch of colour to Port Coquitlam with Fremont Blue, their new townhome development.

MOSAIC Homes is bringing a touch of colour to Port Coquitlam with Fremont Blue, their new townhome development that’s a paradise for outdoor lovers. The second phase starts sales this month.

“This is the most exciting property today,” says MOSAIC’s Geoff Duyker. “It’s just a beautiful place to live.”

Fremont Blue is bordered by the Pitt River, the 25-kilometre Traboulay Trail and park land.

“We’ve had people stop by the Home Store on their bikes after getting off the trail,” Duyker says. “It’s really rare to be able to live in this kind of setting.”

The homes themselves include open-plan layouts with plenty of space to relax or entertain, oversized windows and nine-foot ceilings throughout the main living areas to maximize your sense of space.

“We are doing what we do well in terms of creating beautiful housing,” Duyker says. “MOSAIC has a long track record of building sought-after homes.”

Fremont Blue will be part of the master-planned Fremont community, which will include shopping and restaurants. You’ll also be close by schools, leisure and recreation opportunities, as well as the convenience of the Port Mann Bridge, or commuting to Burnaby or Vancouver without having to cross the river.

“The whole neighbourhood is going to look a lot different in a few years,” says Duyker. “You could literally live, work and play here. This is the most significant master-planned development in the region.”

Buyers will also have access to the Fremont Riverclub, which will include 12,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a lap pool, outdoor cooking area, gym, fitness studio and a great room with a big-screen TV, lounge, pool table, card tables and entertainment kitchen and bar, among many other things.

Homes start in the mid-$300,000s. For more information, visit mosaichomes.com, call 604-552-0319 or visit the Home Store at 2332 Ranger Lane, open between noon and 6 p.m.

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