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.

New White Rock residence welcomes you home

Altus embodies everything you love about your home + community

What says home to you?

If a warm, inviting and stylish home in a neighbourhood you love is on your wishlist, it’s time to discover one of White Rock’s newest residences.

Embodying the resort-inspired atmosphere of one of the Lower Mainland’s most sought-after communities, Altus White Rock boasts everything you’ll want in your home for years to come.

From its hillside setting, the Chris Dikeakos Architects’ stepped, glass-wrapped design boasts floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing breathtaking views overlooking Boundary and Semiahmoo bays.

Built by locals for locals, inside the newest quality homes by Oviedo Properties, with quality construction by Bosa – Quorum, open-concept floor plans suit everyone from singles to families – from one bedroom + den to three bedrooms + den. If you’re ready to trade a single-family home for effortless and elegant turn-key living, Altus gives you the space and amenities to do it beautifully!

Recognizing the kitchen’s place at the heart of any home, these stylish spaces boast quartz countertops, a top-line Bosch appliance package and welcome details like under-cabinet lighting and custom millwork-panelled fridge and dishwasher. Chat with guests as you prepare dinner, or enjoy your breakfast on your private outdoor patio, savouring your expansive views of the Pacific Ocean or surrounding mountains.

A full suite of sought-after amenities

Altus’ amenities extend far beyond your suite. When you can’t enjoy a walk to the White Rock Pier, stay active indoors with a state-of-the-art gym, then relax in the roomy lounge with terrace, pool table, marble fireplace and professional-grade kitchen with a bar and large dining area.

Beyond your home warranty coverage, secure underground parking for residents and visitors, secure bike storage lockers, FOB entry with enterphone system and separate dog wash area provide added peace of mind. And when adventures take you on the road, your onsite concierge service offers package storage and other essentials.

Live in the neigbourhood you love

Taking shape in the heart of White Rock, your new home is at the heart of the community you already love. Find virtually every amenity at your doorstep, from grocery stores and one-of-a-kind boutiques to celebrated restaurants and everyday essentials like your library and community centre.

Peace Arch Hospital is steps away, with complementary services in Altus’ two floors of commercial space, including a walk-in clinic, dentist, pharmacy and related services.

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!

Discover your next home today at altuswhiterock.com

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Altus offers effortless and elegant turn-key living, with beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean or surrounding mountains.

Altus offers effortless and elegant turn-key living, with beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean or surrounding mountains.

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