At Fantom in White Rock, choose from Vision East or Vision West and soak in your breathtaking views to the southeast or southwest, through floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious patio.

Discover your Vision for seaside living

Refined luxury awaits in White Rock

Imagine a home where every amenity you dream of is at your fingertips … celebrated seaside living, elegant interiors and spacious outdoor living to soak in those West Coast sunsets.

Discover your Vision at Fantom.

Designed by Ankenman and Associates Architects and built by White Rock’s award-winning Forge Properties, Fantom is inspired by its breathtaking coastal location. But the distinctive exterior tells just part of the story. Inside, discover the home you’ve always wanted…

Sunrise or sunset?

At 1,500-square-feet, your well-appointed two-bedroom, two-bathroom home offers the space you want with the elegance you love.

Choose Vision East or Vision West and soak in your breathtaking views to the southeast or southwest, through floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious patio.

Inside, your bright, open floorplan is ideal for easy entertaining, with timeless colours and finishing details.

Enjoy the unrivalled home comforts you love

At the heart of your home, your kitchen is the ultimate combination of form and function: an oversized island, luxurious, waterfall-edge marble countertop over superior cabinetry, sleek marble slab backsplash and full-size panelled Bosch appliances.

In the adjacent dining area, a custom millwork bar and panelled beverage fridge offer additional entertaining amenities, while a contemporary gas fireplace with marble surround and custom millwork bookcases creates a stunning great room focal point – not to be outdone by those White Rock views, of course!

Wide-plank, engineered hardwood flows seamlessly throughout your living space, with heated marble underfoot in both bathrooms and your fully-equipped laundry, with its side-by-side Whirpool washer and dryer, laundry sink, ample storage and quartz counters.

Relax in comfort in your master suite, complete with fully outfitted walk-in custom closet and spa-inspired master bath. A marble vanity counter complements contemporary white cabinetry, accented with a custom, full-width, mirrored medicine cabinet, sleek under-mount sinks and premium plumbing fixtures. Your lavish, freestanding tub is purposefully positioned to soak in the view while you unwind, or opt for your roomy shower with sleek marble tile and integrated shower bench.

Additional sought-after features include an efficient, HRV/VRF system ensuring continued fresh air and consistent temperatures, pull-out garbage and recycling drawers, built-in cabinet organizers and garburator, contemporary, hassle-free roller shades, and a barbecue hook-up on the patio when you want to take the cooking outside.

Book your hard hat tour today

Limited to only 25 suites, Fantom features three floor plans and prices beginning at $1.3 million, with construction expected to be complete by early 2021. And just in for fall, receive a $10,000 move-in allowance and second parking stall with your purchase of a Vision residence.

With the sub-penthouse just sold, contact the Fantom team to learn about available residences, and book your hard hat tour: email or call 604-538-8028 today!

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The bright, open floorplan of Fantom’s Vision homes is ideal for easy entertaining, with timeless colours and finishing details and those spectacular views!

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