Rising amid tall evergreens, on the banks of West Smiling Creek and a natural tree-lined stream to the east you’ll find Bridlewood by Polygon – an enclave of Craftsman-style executive townhomes nestled atop Coquitlam’s Burke Mountain. This limited collection of three and four bedroom homes offers refined architectural elements including warm cedar shingles, inviting gables and brick façades. Luxurious interiors welcome you home with bright open layouts and family-sized kitchens featuring engineered stone countertops, warm laminate flooring, and sleek stainless steel appliances. Large patios and decks let you take in the peaceful natural surroundings while you enjoy outdoor living and entertaining.
Situated in the heart of Burke Mountain, Bridlewood offers nature at your doorstep with an exciting array of hiking and mountain biking trails and the endless adventure opportunities of the local mountains. Urban enthusiasts will appreciate the convenience of newly completed Meridian Crossing and Meridian Corner (opens fall 2014) both just steps away from Bridlewood. Coquitlam Town Centre with more shopping and dining opportunities is a short drive away, as are the future Evergreen Rapid Transit Line stations.
Bridlewood sits in an unmatched natural setting on the banks of West Smiling Creek and a tree-lined stream on Coquitlam’s Burke Mountain.
Contemporary Craftsman-style architecture marked by cedar shingles, inviting gables and brick façades.
Expansive windows and charming window boxes add character and fill homes with light.
Warm wood laminate floors throughout the main level sets the tone for rich design throughout.
Your choice of two designer colour schemes in dark or light so you can “make it your own”.
Modern flat panel or shaker style cabinetry in two colour schemes elegantly matched with contemporary chrome pulls.
Luxurious engineered stone countertops and full-height imported ceramic tile backsplash.
Generous decks/patios and private fenced yards bring entertaining outdoors.
Convenient main floor powder room with stylish porcelain tile flooring, a contemporary wall-mounted or vanity sink, and a dual-flush toilet.
A central kitchen island in every home makes kitchen preparations and entertaining easy.
Secure double car garages provide a safe haven for your things and keep your vehicles protected from the elements.
A fireplace and custom mantel surround (some homes) creates a cozy ambience.
Have you had your property on the Market for a while with no serious interest? Here are some tips from James to start the New Year off fresh and ready! Re List – Re listing your property with a new MLS # will give your home a fresh start, shuffle photos (or take new ones), add a virtual tour, change up the description; all of these things can give your listing a new look to buyers just starting on the hunt for their new home. Re Assess – Walk around you property with an objective eye and think about what you would like to see in a property ready for the Market. Do the carpets need to be steam cleaned or replaced? Is the paint scuffed, chipped, or dull? Is there a lot of clutter (family pictures, knick-knacks, furniture, books,etc…) ? Is your furniture making it hard to navigate or easily walk through your home? The list below will allow you to check off what might need to be updated to get your property sold quick! – Update Flooring: whether you clean your carpets or install hardwood, flooring is often the deal breaker at showings. – Freshen up the Paint: if your paint is dirty or dull put a fresh coat on in a bright new color to make your home inviting. De-clutter – Often great properties are over looked because clients can’t see past the stack of magazines or the 10 counter appliances. Think like home style magazines: Less is More. The less distractions from individual items will allow buyers to see the property as a whole and they will more easily imagine themselves living there. Check out our blog on getting rid of unwanted items. Showings – Bright, Welcoming, and Clean. These are 3 things to really live by when prepping your home for a showing. – Open all the blinds – Turn on ALL the lights (make sure they all are working and have light bulbs – Fresh scent (if you notice the salmon you had for dinner last night is still lingering in the air, give the rooms a quick mist with air freshener. Click here for some natural quick air freshening ideas. – Relaxing decor – Put all small personal items ‘out of sight’ in a drawer or cupboard – Smile! Being welcoming and friendly is the first impression the buyer will get of your property so make it a positive one! Check out our previous blog ‘Top Tips to Sell Your Home’ for great links to professional paint advice from Benjamin Moore, Cleaning Tips, Home Staging ideas, and more!
Greater Vancouver residential property sale and listing activity below 10-year averages in November
Over the past six months, the Greater Vancouver housing market has seen a reduction in the number of homes listed for sale, a gradual moderation in home prices and a decrease in property sales compared to historical averages. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales of detached, attached and apartment properties reached 1,686 on the region’s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in November, a 28.6 per cent decline compared to the 2,360 sales in November 2011 and a 12.7 per cent decline compared to the 1,931 home sales in October 2012. November sales were 30.3 per cent below the 10-year November sales average of 2,420… Click Here for Full Stats Package Click Here for Full Article