Morningstar Homes will open Robertson Heights for sale on Sept. 27.

The street of dreams at Morningstar’s Robertson Heights

Morningstar Homes will open Robertson Heights on Sept. 27.



Morningstar Homes has had great success with their first Maple Ridge project, The Summit at Grant Hill. Now, they’re branching out with Robertson Heights, which is already garnering a lot of interest in the community.

“We are very excited to open this new project,” says Deborah Calahan, vice-president of sales and marketing for Morningstar. “It’s a phenomenal value. It’s been a long time since we’ve had product in this price range.”

Morningstar will hold its grand opening of Robertson Heights on Sept. 27, starting at noon. Six different show homes have been built, showcasing the six different floorplans available.

“This is truly the street of dreams!” Calahan says.

The single-family homes, ranging from 2,625 to 3,072 square feet, will include many of Morningstar’s most popular features. Among them are showcase kitchens with extra-large granite islands, vaulted ceilings and window seats wherever possible and lots of windows making the homes feel big and bright.

“Each home looks and feels different,” says Calahan. “There’s something for everyone here.”

Morningstar is pleased to offer homeowners a variety of options, including glass stair railings and finished basements. Other choices available are Jack-and-Jill bathrooms as well as one home plan offering either 4 bedrooms or 3 bedrooms with a sitting room in the master suite! Three of the home types include a detached garage, while the other three feature an attached garage.

The neighbourhood itself will include a playground and walking trails.

“It’s very conducive to raising a family,” says Calahan. “You can have play dates, picnics and all that fun stuff that really ‘makes’ a neighbourhood a home!”

Calahan also points out that due to the elevation of the community; the homes at Robertson Heights have some beautiful views.

Robertson Heights is expected to be extremely popular, and Calahan urges interested buyers to pre-register before Sept. 27. Pre-registrants will get an early sneak peek at the homes before the official grand opening at noon.

“Homes will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis,” says Calahan. “We’ve already seen huge interest.”

Homes at Robertson Heights will start at $439,900 including GST. For more information and to pre-register, visit www.mstarhomes.com. The sales office is located at 10455 Robertson Street, Maple Ridge.

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