At over 1,550 square feet, these family-friendly floorplans bring new homeownership within reach: your first home, Westhills style!

At over 1,550 square feet, these family-friendly floorplans bring new homeownership within reach: your first home, Westhills style!

Style, substance and a location to match: discover your first home!

If you’ve been dreaming of a stylish new home, in a growing, welcoming community and a location that has everything you want within minutes … it’s time to discover the newest homes at Westhills.

With Phase 1 and 2 sold out, Phase 3 of the Starter Series features 22 multi-family strata units starting from $639,900.

At over 1,550 square feet, these family-friendly floorplans bring new homeownership within reach: your first home, Westhills style!

The lifestyle you want is here

Freeing up more time for everything your new neighbourhood affords, the modern, West Coast design features low-maintenance, durable Hardie siding and fully landscaped front and rear yards with in-ground irrigation (in fact, you’ll even get front yard lawn maintenance for one year.)

With two interior design packages, stylish interiors include quartz countertops and custom cabinetry, accented with elegant details like designer hardware, soft-close doors and drawers and under-cabinet task lighting.

Entertaining will be a breeze with stainless steel Energy Star kitchen appliances, including natural gas slide-in range, dishwasher, built-in microwave and French door fridge with bottom freezer, plus a washer, dryer and more.

And when it’s time to take the cooking outside, your natural gas barbecue outlet will have the grill fired up in no time.

The fibre optic telecommunications network lets you stream your favourite movies to the ground-floor media room, or relax in front of your natural gas fire, an inviting focal point for your open-concept main living area, complete with nine-foot ceilings and expansive, wood-trimmed windows.

Upstairs are three bedrooms, including a spacious master with cheater ensuite and walk-in closet.

Phase 3 of Westhills’ Starter Series features 22 multi-family strata units starting from $639,900.

Phase 3 of Westhills’ Starter Series features 22 multi-family strata units starting from $639,900.

Meet your new neighbourhood

  • Recreation on your doorstep: With Langford Lake just minutes away, you’ll love the outdoor adventures nearby, from paddleboarding to fishing to summer fun in the sun. And when pursuits take you inside, the 2016-built YM/YWCA offers four storeys of fun for the whole family. Also nearby are an ice rink, dry floor, turf fields, bowling and more! For a stroll, cycle or easy commute, you’ll also have easy access to the multi-use Galloping Goose.
  • Schools for all ages: In addition to the recently opened Belmont Secondary, a new elementary school and middle school are also on their way – conveniently located in the Westhills development and scheduled to open in fall 2022.
  • The Shopping & Dining: From a quick bite on your morning drive to a leisurely dinner out with the family, savour a full menu of delicious possibilities within minutes. Shopping opportunities are similarly diverse, from small boutiques to the department stores with everything to outfit your new home.

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