With grand porthole windows and pioneering architectural design inspired by the prows of mighty seafaring vessels, Fantom captures White Rock’s breathtaking coastal views and takes full advantage of its southern exposure.

With grand porthole windows and pioneering architectural design inspired by the prows of mighty seafaring vessels, Fantom captures White Rock’s breathtaking coastal views and takes full advantage of its southern exposure.

Exclusive seaside living – yours, at Fantom

Book your hard hat tour of White Rock’s award-winning Fantom community today!

That elusive new residence you’ve been waiting for is taking shape in White Rock.

With only 25 suites in the heart of White Rock, the exceptionally designed Fantom will easily be one of the seaside community’s most sought-after architectural landmarks. Choose from three decadent floor plans beginning at $1.3 million, and with construction complete by early 2021, you won’t have to wait long to begin enjoying your new home!

Indoor-outdoor living at its finest

With grand porthole windows and pioneering architectural design inspired by the prows of mighty seafaring vessels, Fantom captures the community’s breathtaking coastal views and takes full advantage of its southern exposure.

Boasting spacious indoor-outdoor living at its finest, enjoy ample natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious patios. Take a stroll in the beautifully landscaped green space below in Fantom’s ownWoodlandWalk, or take a seat to reflect by the serene water feature.

Finished to the teeth

Inside, these exclusive homes offer meticulously appointed interiors and a spacious, open floor plan designed for entertaining. The sophisticated modern finishes include wide-plank engineered hardwood underfoot, with marble floors and treatments throughout the baths and laundry room, extensive millwork detailing, gas fireplace and premium fixtures.

Your finely detailed kitchen and adjacent dining area epitomize sleek sophistication, with marble slab counters and backsplash, spacious island, beverage bar and millwork-panelled premium appliances for a seamless appearance.

Dedicated amenity floor

Beyond the elegant lobby, with its inspired two-way fireplace and grand concierge desk, Fantom’s secure first floor is fully dedicated to over 4,500 sq.ft. of exclusive indoor and outdoor amenities you want and expect from your new exclusive residence.

Welcome friends in the bright, flexible Event Room, ideal for events, classes and group activities, or unwind in the fully outfitted Residents’ Lounge – enjoy a beverage from the coffee bar, relax on the enclosed outdoor patio space, or settle in for a viewing in the private Theatre and Bar, complete with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and enclosed outdoor patio with barbecue.

Complementing these social spaces is the exclusive Health and Fitness Wing, including a gym, spacious sauna and individual men’s and women’s dressing rooms and showers.

Quality you can trust

Built by White Rock’s nationally awarded Forge Properties and designed by renowned Ankenman and Associates Architects, Fantom is a legacy community without compromise – the home you’ll love coming home to for years to come.

Fully secured with only three homes per floor, enjoy the comfort of knowing your neighbours.

Rest assured, with electronic fob access and a fully secured and monitored underground parkade, all residences feature a heavy-duty entry door deadbolt, viewer and pre-wiring for the option of additional in-home security.

To see the views from your new home today, book your hard hat tour at fantom@forge.ca or 604-538-8028!

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Boasting spacious indoor-outdoor living at its finest, White Rock’s Fantom offers ample natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious patios.

Boasting spacious indoor-outdoor living at its finest, White Rock’s Fantom offers ample natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious patios.

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