Semiah’s spacious, elegant interiors, feature two contemporary colour palettes and engineered hardwood flooring throughout.

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Sought-after neighbourhood, elegant interiors and rewarding views: Welcome home to Semiah by Marcon

From breathtaking ocean and mountain views to a premier location in one of the region’s most sought-after neighbourhoods, the west coast lifestyle you’ve dreamed of awaits at White Rock’s boutique new residential development, Semiah.

From your hilltop location in the heart of White Rock, wake to sun streaming through expansive windows and unparalleled views of coastal mountains, the Gulf Islands, Mount Baker and the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy a morning coffee on your private balcony or step outside to the bustling community at your doorstep, with local storefront amenities at your convenience.

If the beach beckons, a morning stroll along Semiahmoo Bay’s waterfront and landmark pier is just minutes away or explore your artistic side with a program at the White Rock Community Centre. Continue your explorations at The Handpicked Home, where you can browse exceptional, locally crafted home decor and accessories, or stop by White Rock Gallery to view the latest exhibition. On your way home, Nature’s Fare Market or Save-on-Foods grocery store will have all the ingredients to create a gourmet dinner in your entertainment-style kitchen, or plan to relax over a beverage and a delicious meal at Sawbucks Pub. In the evening, take in a play from the White Rock Players Club and a late-night snack at Bin 101 Wine & Tapas Bar.

Quite simply, there’s no better place than here.

Featuring two and three-bedroom concrete condos and townhouses designed by architect Arno Matis, Semiah by Marcon embraces the best aspects of White Rock – a wealth of local and natural amenities combined with comforts of modern living.

And then there’s the views.

Semiah’s hilltop location and southwestern exposure provides a dramatic vantage point to soak in the stunning views from your spacious balcony, designed to maximize natural light, water views and privacy.

The spirit of this world-class coastal location is reflected in the elegant, spacious interiors, featuring two contemporary colour palettes and engineered hardwood flooring throughout.

Large kitchens boast quality appliances, including a Bosch French door refrigerator and Wolf gas cooktop, complemented by solid quartz countertops and wine fridge, ideal for hosting family and friends anytime.

Spacious master suites offer space for a king-sized bed, while spa-inspired baths include a glass-enclosed shower, freestanding tub, honed marble flooring and custom wood vanity with stone counters.

Beyond the sophisticated design, state-of-the-art features include high-efficiency heating and air conditioning for year-round comfort and smart glass Low-E2 panoramic windows designed for abundant natural light and fresh air. Secure bike storage and pre-wired parking spots for electric vehicle charging are also available.

From your own private oasis to the vibrant community on your doorstep, this is home.

Find the Semiah Presentation Centre at 1418 Johnston Rd., open from noon to 5 p.m. daily, except Friday or by private appointment. For details, call 778-545-9393, email sales@semiahbymarcon.ca or visit semiahbymarcon.ca

 

Spacious balconies offer room to entertain or simply relax and enjoy the views.

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