Prospective purchasers lined up for the open house at the Pinnacle on Orono, Langford’s newest condominium.

New Langford condominium meets demand for livable, affordable, accessible homes

Excitement is building for the latest condominium in Langford! Young families and seasoned investors recently got a sneak peek at the 45-unit Pinnacle at 868 Orono Ave. Fuelled by a hot housing market, the Pinnacle is over 50 per cent sold in just under three weeks!

“There’s such strong demand for two-bedroom properties under $450,000 and one-bedroom properties under $325,000,” say Michael Tourigny and Lovey Hayer of DFH Real Estate Ltd. “Especially when they come with high-end finishes like stainless steel appliances, luxury vinyl plank floors and quartz countertops.”

Both the Pinnacle and it’s sister building, the sold-out 78-unit Langford tower, come to you from the award-winning developers at Western Canadian Properties Group.

Go online and book your appointment to visit the display unit to see the thoughtful design elements and finishes that will be waiting for you when you get your keys.

“When we first talked to mayor Stew Young back in the planning stages he told us the city was convinced there was a big demand for well-priced quality-built properties and it appears he was right on,” says Jim Ferrie, Developer, Western Canadian Properties Group.

Growth, opportunity, and community at your doorstep

Adding the Pinnacle offers a great new option to live or invest in the desirable West Shore.

“Langford has just been named British Colombia’s fastest-growing municipality for all the right reasons: livability, affordability and accessibility,” Tourigny says.

With a walkscore of 74, living at the Pinnacle means most amenities are a quick 15-minute walk, bike or bus ride from home, and downtown Victoria is just a 20 minute drive. The stellar location and strong community also make these condominiums a great investment opportunity.

“Investors like to invest in fast-growing municipalities and Langford has that. The response to the launch has been amazing!” says Cynthia Aasen, Co-founder of IRR Realty Ltd.

Choose from a variety of spacious layouts:

  • One bedroom + one bath
  • Two bedroom + one bath
  • Two bedroom + two bath
  • Two bedroom + two bath + den

All units enjoy an open concept plan for flexible entertaining, an abundance of natural light, in-suite washer and dryer, full building video security, a beautiful landscaped courtyard and excellent views.

For more information visit pinnacleinlangford.ca/dfh or call Michael Tourigny at 250-514-6457.

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Contact Michael Tourigny and Lovey Hayer of DFH Real Estate Ltd. to find out more about the exciting new Langford condominiums at the Pinnacle.

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