Belmont Residences East it the newest opportunity to own at a multi award-winning community – already 87% sold out, you better hurry before you miss your chance!

Belmont Residences East it the newest opportunity to own at a multi award-winning community – already 87% sold out, you better hurry before you miss your chance!

It’s not too good to be true, but perfect for you!

With 87 percent of units sold, it’s time to act fast…

What do you do when something seems too good to be true? In this case, you take advantage of it before the opportunity passes!

Since Belmont Residences East sales started in November, they’re already 87 percent sold – showing just how many people aren’t letting this chance pass them by.

With 2 bed & den homes available in the heart of Langford and multiple floorplans to choose from, it’s the newest opportunity to join a multi-award-winning community. Boasting inspiring architecture built for Vancouver Island living, the Nordic-inspired interiors feature clean lines and light colours, creating a retreat from everyday life’s busyness.

Numerous amenities include exclusive access to Belmont Club, a communal space with something for everyone, including a multi-purpose room, music room, crafts room (which can be divided with a retractable wall) and a kids’ room. A pet grooming station, secure bike room with a bike repair station, secure underground parking and EV stations offer added peace of mind.

The setting you want in the community you love.

With the Galloping Goose Trail nearby, it’s never been easier to get out and enjoy some fresh air!

With the Galloping Goose Trail nearby, it’s never been easier to get out and enjoy some fresh air!

Nestled between a bustling marketplace and nature, including the Galloping Goose Trail connecting the picturesque Colwood Creek Park, Belmont Residences East beautifully blends a relaxed setting with vibrant urban living, letting residents live their best West Coast lives!

With the Galloping Goose trail just steps from your front door, enjoy an easy stroll or bike ride out to Sooke or take advantage of the easy commute downtown.

“I think a huge appeal for many is that you’ve really got everything you need right outside your door – trails, parks, lakes, and shopping, it has it all!” Peter Gaby, the Director of Sales at Belmont Residences East, notes.

“We’ve definitely seen an unprecedented amount of activity, everyone’s really excited about adapting this lifestyle, especially after seeing what Ledcor Property Investments and we as a team have accomplished in the previous phases of masterplan, like with Belmont Residences West and Crossing at Belmont. Having completed those other phases prior to this development has allowed us to offer homeowners so much more, there is a whole community that has been built around them! It’s also created a lot of confidence in buyers – they know they can trust the developer because we’ve done it before and we’re excited to deliver,” notes Scott Brown, President and CEO of Fifth Avenue Real Estate Marketing.

Blending both urban and natural amenities, there’s something for everyone at #MYBELMONT

Blending both urban and natural amenities, there’s something for everyone at #MYBELMONT

An online buying experience:

The Belmont Residences East offers an online home-buying experience, so you can buy your new place without ever having to leave your old one!

“We’ve done what we can to be able to guide clients throughout the entire process and stay by their side, so to speak, while still keeping them as safe as possible,” Gaby notes.

In fact, the personal, four-step sales process is fully virtual, designed with you in mind:

  • Step 1: Begin the search for your new home online by submitting your contact information and new home preferences.
  • Step 2: Connect with the team! Your #MyBelmont sales representative will be in touch to set up your private, virtual appointment.
  • Step 3: Enjoy a guided tour of the updated sales centre. Your #MyBelmont sales representative will act as your guide (using Facetime or Zoom), or you can take charge and lead the tour solo! Step inside their brand-new display home and virtually walk through each room. They will also be available to answer any questions you may have along the way.
  • Step 4: Choose which home you would like and close the deal!

For those who prefer an in-person tour, the presentation centre is now open Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Pre-book your appointment online and start your house hunting today!

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