Ironwood Park features an open-plan main living area, lower level with additional bedroom and rec room, and bedrooms above, including a roomy master with ensuite and walk-in closet.

When location matters, you can’t beat this!

Parks, schools and room to move combine for these perfect family homes

If location matters for your family, this new residential project in the heart of one of Langley’s most sought-after neighbourhoods offers all that … and more!

Located in the West Yorkson area, Ironwood Park will feature seven single-family homes and five townhomes, each offering four bedrooms and room to move at between 2,047 and 2,790 square feet.

Discovering one of the last pieces of property to be developed in the established neighbourhood, builder Sean Tilstra was taken immediately with the opportunity to share the natural amenities of the Yorkson Creek area.

“It’s a niche project in a beautiful setting you won’t find anywhere else – virtually every home backs onto the Yorkson Creek greenbelt,” says the owner of Wesmont Homes.

Ranging from the low $700,000s to about $950,000, “the homes boast a timeless West Coast design outside with more contemporary touches inside,” Tilstra says.

Designs feature an open-plan main with kitchen, dining/living room and deck, lower level with additional bedroom and rec room space, and bedrooms above, including a roomy master with ensuite and walk-in closet.

The neighbourbood you want

The neighbourhood is second-t0-none. Beyond the parks and trails on your doorstep, your new home will be minutes from shopping, dining and numerous amenities.

Ironwood Park is also served by the highly regarded Langley School District, including R.E. Mountain Secondary with its International Baccalaureate program, the brand new North Latimer elementary school opening 2019, and Yorkson Creek Middle School. Trinity Western and Fraser Valley universities are also nearby.

Need to head somewhere farther afield? The Carvolth bus loop is nearby and with 200th Avenue and the Trans-Canada Highway just minutes away, you’ll be on your way in no time.

Play and explore

Landscaped front and rear yards will blend beautifully with the greenbelt behind, with access to cycling trails, nature habitats and playgrounds.

What else is in your new neighbourhood? The Willoughby Community Park, Langley Events Centre and Langley Events Water Park are just around the corner.

With Phase 1 set to get underway, occupation is expected to begin in January 2019.

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Located in the West Yorkson area, Ironwood Park will feature seven single-family homes and five townhomes.

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