This West Coquitlam Townhouse is Family Friendly in a Hot Neighbourhood
Coquitlam is a diverse suburb of Vancouver, and over the years has grown to become one of the largest cities in British Columbia. With a population of almost 140,00, it now comes in behind only Surrey, Vancouver, Burnaby, and Richmond in terms of size. While the population is substantially growing and the makeup of the city changing, not all new developments are condo towers. This West Coquitlam Townhouse is a prime example of how development can be low density and not disrupt the integrity of a neighbourhood. Built in 2008, this Victorian style Mosaic complex seamlessly fits into the neighbourhood along Edgar Avenue. Take a look at the virtual video tour below, and then read on for more information about the home.
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Situated on a corner block, this West Coquitlam Townhouse checks in at 1,395 square feet. There are 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, with the master bedroom including an ensuite. There is dark hardwood flooring throughout the unit which play in beautiful contrast to the dark hardwood floors. The island and cabinets in the kitchen go even darker and flow into the grey feature wall. Granite countertops and stainless steel appliances really make the kitchen pop. As with the Mosaic home layout, the main floor is designed with an open concept and is very spacious.
The bedrooms are all large, with two being on the top level and one on the ground floor. All of the bedrooms of the West Coquitlam Townhouse are carpeted with great views out of all the windows. The smaller bedroom is perfect to setup as a home office or small den. The ground level also includes the single covered garage. The balcony on the top floor is ideal to setup a barbecue and a couple of patio loungers to enjoy some sunshine.
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Around West Coquitlam
The area around the West Coquitlam Townhouse is a mix of suburban developments, big box retail, and transit oriented development. Sitting near the boundary of Coquitlam, Burnaby, and New Westminster, there is no shortage of things to do. For families with young kids in the area, Lord Baden-Powell Elementary School is walking distance. Green space isn’t hard to find with Guilby Park and Burns Park both also easily accessible by foot. Commuting anywhere is a breeze with the Lougheed Highway, Highway 1, and Lougheed Town Centre SkyTrain station all within close proximity. Speaking of Lougheed Town Centre, the mall is home to over 160 shops and services to get all your shopping needs covered. Although a redevelopment plan is in place to completely revitalize the area. For a classy night out still within budget, check out Joey Coquitlam, downtown style dining in the suburbs. Big box stores can be found further along the Lougheed and United Boulevard such as IKEA, Canadian Tire, Superstore, Lee Valley, and Home Depot. For all this and more, come by the open houses and take a look for yourself. Contact Jordan for all other information.