Three colour schemes are complemented by details like solid quartz kitchen counters and high-end stainless steel appliances – including a gas range.

Escape the city and discover executive country living today

Exceptional setting includes golf and outdoor recreation at your doorstep

If you’re ready to escape the city and embrace the lifestyle you’ve been dreaming of, your new home awaits at Vista Green at the Falls.

Located between Chilliwack and Bridal Falls, the 66-unit townhome development combines classic West Coast design with timeless finishes and an exceptional setting, with the added peace of mind a gated strata complex provides.

In addition to the premier natural amenities at your doorstep, in nearby Chilliwack you’ll also enjoy a variety of shopping, dining and services in addition to its own airport and general hospital.

Executive lifestyle

Built by Chilliwack’s Kerkhoff Construction, the thoughtfully designed townhomes start at just $599,000 and range from a roomy 1,700 square feet to a spacious 2,900 sq. ft. With two previous phases complete, Phases 2 and 3 are currently under construction, with occupation expected in early 2018.

Inviting features of the open-floorplan homes include engineered hardwood underfoot, high ceilings, expansive windows and three professionally designed colour schemes, complemented by details like natural stone surrounding the gas fireplace, solid quartz kitchen counters and high-end stainless steel appliances – including a gas range.

For those looking forward to active semi-retirement, features like a roughed-in elevator space in some units, a variety of optional upgrades and main-floor master suites ensure this is a home you’ll love for years to come.

Having a master on the main floor offers flexibility owners appreciate, Krish notes. Enjoy main-floor living with additional bedrooms or flex space upstairs, or have your bedroom on the second floor with the main-floor as a comfortable guest suite or even a home office.

Attention to the details

“It’s the little things that make a difference,” Krish says, pointing to features like the pantry light that turns on when you enter.

Double garages, entertainment-sized decks and walk-out basements add to the convenient features perfect for today’s lifestyle.

“People like that these are not cookie-cutter homes and that where homes are still under construction, we’re able to adapt some of the design features to their tastes and lifestyle.They have the ability to customize a little,” Krish says.

“It means our clients are purchasing a property they truly can’t wait to come home to.”

Nature at your doorstep

Nestled against the West Coast forest, hiking, biking and boating and all just minutes away. Explore Bridal Falls and Manning Park, fish along the mighty Fraser River, or spend a sunny afternoon at Cultus Lake.

And should golf be your passion, seven spectacular courses await discovering, including Falls Golf Course, just outside your front door!

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The 66-unit townhome development combines classic West Coast design with timeless finishes and an exceptional setting.

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