February 06, 2015
There’s nothing else like it in Abbotsford. Centred around an 8,400-square-foot private clubhouse facing the mountains with a movie screening room, fitness centre, fireside billiards lounge, kid’s indoor hockey arena and outdoor swimming pool, Westerleigh is Polygon’s landmark master-planned community in West Abbotsford.
Polygon’s thrilled to announce the launch of their newest collection of homes, Brighton -- two- and three-bedroom Tudor-style townhomes priced from just $269,900.
That’s relatively the same price as two-bedroom apartments in Abbotsford, yet at Brighton that affords singles, couples and families the freedom to step up in the market with a 1,200 to 1,400 sq.ft. townhome, with amazing amenities, attached garages and private fenced yard.
CLUB WEST: SWIM, SCREEN MOVIES, HOST A PARTY!
“With many homes move-in ready, Brighton offers a balanced lifestyle with access to Club West,” describes sales manager Judy Rohatyn. “This amazing clubhouse is the heartbeat of the community!”
What kid doesn’t dream of growing up with a swimming pool, parks to explore and buddies next door ready for a game of hide-and-seek or a lemonade stand? Inspired by families, this master-planned community has received an exuberant response from homebuyers throughout the Fraser Valley including Surrey and Langley, and previous phases have sold out quickly.
Storybook details and countryside charm add to Brighton’s appeal. Designed by award-winning Formwerks Architectural Inc., Brighton delights buyers with its signature Tudor-style elements including steeply pitched roof lines, dormer windows, stately brick cladding and even charming flower boxes.
THREE FURNISHED SHOW HOMES NOW OPEN
Construction is well underway at Brighton, and three show homes are open for buyers to experience the flow and functionality of each floor plan. Polygon’s legendary interior styling greets the beholder as they step inside the front entrance. Airy nine-foot ceilings are found throughout the main level, wide plank laminate wood flooring in gray oak or dark walnut set the scene and a true family kitchen awaits a good party.
The polished quartz countertops are complemented with full-height imported ceramic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and contemporary cabinetry in white or teak with polished chrome pulls. And, living extends outdoors onto an entertainment-size patio or deck.
From convenient powder rooms to spa-like ensuites, bathrooms at Brighton are sophisticated examples of where great design meets every-day convenience: walk-in showers with glass doors, double his-and-her porcelain sinks, dual-flush toilets by American Standard and full length vanity mirrors with cosmetic light bars.
AFFORDABLITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE DRAW FAMILIES TO ABBOTSFORD
All the amenities and attractions of a modern urban core, right in the middle of one of the most scenic and bountiful agricultural areas in Canada – Brighton neighbours some of the most beautiful parks and green spaces in Western Canada. Pack a picnic and head to Mill Lake or hop on your bicycle to explore the meandering Discovery Trail which winds from park to park along creeks, lakes and fairgrounds from the west side of the city to the mountains in the east.
There’s the convenience of nearby Abbotsford International Airport and the West Coast Express running between Vancouver and the Mission City Station, as well as a great mix of local shops and services at HighStreet, just minutes from Brighton, featuring an outdoor market-style shopping experience with favourite destinations like H&M, Urban Barn, Marshall’s and Milestones.
Polygon is among the most well-established and highly respected home builders in BC. Discover the difference at Brighton. Sales centre and display homes are located at 30989 Westridge Place in Abbotsford. Open daily (except Fridays) noon to 5 p.m. Learn more at here or call 604.607.7801.
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