One of the Lower Mainland’s most sought-after locations in the heart of White Rock, Altus offers virtually every amenity at your doorstep.

One of the Lower Mainland’s most sought-after locations in the heart of White Rock, Altus offers virtually every amenity at your doorstep.

Make your home your dream destination

Find inspired living with views to match at White Rock’s Altus

Could every day feel like a dream vacation in one of the world’s most sought-after destinations?

It could when you call Altus home!

Designed by Chris Dikeakos Architects, Altus White Rock is taking shape on the White Rock hill, overlooking Boundary and Semiahmoo bays. With its stepped design, floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious patios, every day will be spent enjoying these views that others hope to experience just once.

How will your day in paradise unfold?

Here’s a peek inside your eminently livable, sophisticated new home, built by locals for locals by Oviedo Properties, with quality construction by Bosa – Quorum.

Make your home your dream destination

Waking up in your spacious master suite, morning sun streaming through the windows, you pour your morning coffee and head to your private patio to soak in the 180-degree views and plan your day.

You could begin in Altus’ state-of-the-art gym, or retrieve your e-bike from the secure bike storage, but today you opt for a walk to the beach and the White Rock Pier to get your step counter moving. A leisurely stroll home allows for a browse at your favourite galleries and a stop at the library for the new book you’ve been waiting to read, before meeting a friend for lunch – fresh sushi or Mexican tapas, perhaps, or maybe fish tacos inspired by your West Coast location.

On the way home you pick up steaks and fresh veggies for the grill, and get cooking in your entertainment-style kitchen, with its stainless steel gas cooktop, combination oven, bottom-mount fridge, and wine fridge. As guests arrive, the open floorplan is ideal for chatting while you put the finishing touches on the gourmet meal. After dinner, you all gather on the patio to marvel at the picture-perfect sunset over the bay – does a day get better than this?

Make your home your dream destination

This could be your every day at Altus White Rock, enjoying a premier White Rock location, steps from shopping, dining and a host of cultural opportunities.

Additional on-site amenities include concierge service, a separate dog wash area to make bath time a breeze, and a residents’ lounge with pool table, professional-grade kitchen with bar and expansive dining area, and a sprawling resort-style terrace with an open lawn area ideal for everything from sun tanning to Tai Chi.

With construction well underway, completion is planned for early 2022. Visit the sales centre at 1589 Maple St. from noon to 5 p.m. on weekends and by appointment. While there, ask about the 10 Star Program for the next five purchasers, including 10 per cent simple interest on your deposit, $10,000 move-in package and three years of free strata. The rewards begin when you move in and last for years to come!

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