May 28, 2014
Wishing for a mountaintop experience in your life?
Nestled between a stream and a creek atop Coquitlam's Burke Mountain, Polygon's Bridlewood townhomes offer a sense of modern serenity in an area known as the Foothills.
Scheduled to be completed next year, the enclave of craftsman-style homes are comfortably surrounded by tall sections of evergreen trees on the banks of West Smiling Creek, which winds its way quietly to the banks of the Pitt River only seven kilometres to the south.
With direct access to both the Flywheel and Traboulay PoCo walking trails, it’s no wonder Polygon boasts that its executive three- and four-bedroom townhouses offer “nature at your doorstep.”
But from their warm cedar shingles and gables to bright, open layouts inside, the 97 units at Bridlewood offer more than just a pretty setting.
The modern kitchens feature stone countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a central island to entertain guests while cooking. Other luxuries available include main floor overheight ceilings and, in some units, fireplaces with custom mantels.
Expansive patios allow residents to take in the surroundings in the privacy of their fenced yards, or you can head down to Galloway Park's water features and splash pad, or explore the serenity of the neighbouring tree-lined stream, plus ample biking and walking paths.
Shopping will be also close at hand with the two-level Meridian Crossing mini-mall and Meridian Corner complex, slated to open this fall, as well as new schools being built in the area for the kids.
For those who commute, Bridlewood is only 10 minutes from the future site of the Evergreen Line's Coquitlam City Centre station, where there's also ample shopping at Coquitlam Centre Mall.
Townhouse prices start at $429,900. Drop in to Bridlewood's sales centre between 12 to 6 p.m. daily (except Friday) at 3470 Highland Dr., Coquitlam.