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.

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.

Inspired seaside living awaits in White Rock

Discover luxury reimagined with your hardhat tour of Fantom

The sophistication you love and the space you desire is coming together beautifully at White Rock’s Fantom – modern homes both inspired by their seaside location and inspiring in their architectural and interior detailing.

Designed by Ankenman and Associates Architects and built by White Rock’s award-winning Forge Properties, this is coastal living at its finest: unrivalled home comforts with a location to match. As White Rock watches Fantom rise from its signature hillside site and interior finishing continues, interest is growing.

Designed and detailed to maximize those breathtaking views, homes boast oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows and an expansive, private patio to greet the morning sun or relax as the day fades away into a spectacular White Rock sunset.

This is the home you’ve been waiting for.

Effortless entertaining is a breeze in your well-appointed kitchen, where you can chat with guests over your oversized island as you put the finishing touches on the evening meal.

Effortless entertaining is a breeze in your well-appointed kitchen, where you can chat with guests over your oversized island as you put the finishing touches on the evening meal.

Elegance in every room

Wide plank, engineered hardwood seamlessly connects each living space, from your open-concept great room to your den and into your spacious master suite. An elegant mix of warm custom wood cabinetry and white painted millwork anchors each space without detracting from those spectacular views.

From your well-appointed kitchen, effortless entertaining is a breeze, letting you chat with guests over your oversized island as you put the finishing touches on the evening meal.

A sleek, waterfall edge marble countertop cascades down the island, while the matching slab backsplash and recessed LED under-cabinet lighting turn heads. Behind superior, soft-close cabinet doors and drawers find ample storage and practical features like a pull-out garbage and recycling centre.

The tone and materials continue throughout the great room, where a contemporary gas fireplace with marble surround and custom bookcases creates an inviting space to relax, while the dining area features a custom millwork bar with contemporary glass upper cabinets, marble backsplash, beverage fridge and undermount sink.

Your inviting master suite is the ideal place to end your day, whether you’re catching the final colours of the setting sun or cosying up with a good winter read.

Bathrooms and laundry room boast rich marble underfoot, warmed with efficient in-floor heating. Your master ensuite, however, is luxury imagined: extravagant marble vanity countertop over contemporary, rich wood millwork, custom, full-width, mirrored medicine cabinet, lavish freestanding tub positioned to soak in the view, marble shower with spa-inspired shower system and bench, and private water closet.

Abundant storage is carefully integrated throughout your home, with additional essentials including a sustainable HRV/VRF system, supplying fresh air and a comfortable indoor climate.

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 recently sold, contact the Fantom team to learn about available residences, and book your hard hat tour: email fantom@forge.ca or call 604-538-8028 today!

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.

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.

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