January 10, 2014
When you close your eyes you can likely picture your ideal home — one that has storybook elements from a favorite summer holiday, the luxury of modern finishes and aspects that just make a home function better, like a large laundry room, a family-sized island and a garage with ample space for parking both cars and storing the kids’ bikes.
Little details can have a big impact on living, and with that in mind, Polygon had the insight to ask current Langley townhome owners for their feedback as to what would make a great home even better when designing their newest community,Mason&Green.
“We listened and looked for ways to include more of what they wanted in these homes,” said Theresa Liljedahl, sales manager for the much anticipated new community. “The result is a newly designed floorplan that features a side-by-side two-car garage, a powder room on the main level, more windows, kitchen islands in every home, large laundry rooms with space for a side-by-side washer/dryer and more storage; essential things that Langley townhome owners have typically had to compromise on.”
Mason&Green proves the value of listening to consumers. This January, Polygon will unveil three stunning show homes in this family-friendly community of two and three-bedroom townhomes adjacent to the new Richard Bulpitt Elementary School, in the heart of Langley’s vibrant Willoughby neighbourhood.
Homebuyers love an inviting home, and even before they see the interior, they’re sure to be enamored by welcoming Tudor-style architecture with brick detailing, wood brackets and charming window boxes. With the launch of a new townhome floorplan not yet seen in Langley, the sales team is anticipating a great response.
“These will feel much like a single-family home, because the plans are wide as opposed to the typical long and narrow plan that is common in the area,” explains Theresa. “We have innovated on this plan by starting with side-by-side parking and designing on up. The new plan gives larger kitchens with islands, more open space in the home, expansive windows and high ceilings.”
Contemporary interior design boasts open-plan layouts and gourmet kitchens with warm laminate flooring and sleek stainless-steel appliances. For added convenience, private yards and decks invite outdoor entertaining, spacious laundry rooms provide space for a side-by-side washer/dryer and storage niches have been designed perfectly to fit select IKEA pieces.
What could be better than living so close to school you can start the day with a brisk walk? Imagine the convenience of being able to walk to local shops for your dinner fixings and have the choice of dozens of nearby restaurants and services at the town centre. Richard Bulpitt Elementary is right next door, and Willoughby Town Centre and Yorkson Community Park are nearby.
“It’s definitely an exciting new neighbourhood with young people moving to the area to take advantage of all it has to offer, and it’s very close to Hwy 1 for commuting,” said Theresa.
Once again Polygon takes a good community and makes it great by incorporating desirable amenities. Residents of Mason&Green will benefit from membership to The Maples Club, an 8,400 sq. ft. shared amenity building. This spectacular clubhouse features an outdoor patio area, resort-style pool and whirlpool, guest suites, fitness studio, great room with fireplace and much more. The Maples Club is nestled beside the extensive children’s play area and parklands.
“It’s like living in a resort with a pool that you don’t need to maintain yourself or joining a gym with no membership fees!” adds Theresa. “It’s a low maintenance lifestyle with all the perks. Clubhouses become the heartbeat of a community and homeowners love them. We even employ an activities director who puts on great workshops and social events.”
While offering those elements Langley buyers and owners said they are looking for, the homes at Mason&Green have the further allure of being built by one of the Lower Mainland’s most respected multi-family developers, a quality homebuilder who has built thousands of homes in Langley and over 22,000 homes in the Lower Mainland.
Priced from $299,900, these two- and three-bedroom homes will offer great value with their combination of great finishes, functional floorplans, greenspace, location and clubhouse.
Source: New Home Guide.