Pat and Gerry are very happy to rent a new apartment at the Belmont Residences in Langford, BC!

Pat and Gerry are very happy to rent a new apartment at the Belmont Residences in Langford, BC!

This couple made the move to #MyBelmont – and hasn’t looked back!

‘It’s like living a holiday dream, they just have so much to offer’

After spending years living in smaller communities, where travelling more than three hours for groceries was the norm, Gerry and Pat Brennan were eager to make a change.

“Before moving, if we wanted to shop in-person at Home Depot or Costco, for example, it was a seven-hour drive one way,” Gerry notes.

It’s no surprise, then, that proximity to amenities was top of mind when the Brennans began their search for a condo.

Or that after discovering #MyBelmont, they were ready to call it home!

Choosing #MyBelmont was easy as 1-2-3

With myriad amenities nearby, life is easier!

“Living at #MyBelmont, we have everything we need steps from our front door – from dentists, to hair salons and grocery stores, it’s all within walking distance,” Gerry explains.

“It feels like we’re living a holiday dream, with access to Victoria’s downtown, Fisherman’s Wharf and marinas all nearby, it truly makes for a fantasy lifestyle,” Pat notes. “And of course, it helps that Langford’s the top spot to be in BC right now, if not the country.”

Featuring open-concept floorplans, high-quality appliances, plenty of kitchen storage and spacious bathrooms, #MyBelmont supports a lifestyle of comfort and convenience. By offering a parkade with additional storage for bikes, kayaks and even canoes, it’s easy to enjoy an active lifestyle without having the accessories cluttering up your home. And with a bike maintenance area, equipped with air pumps, bikes tools and a washing station, heading out on your next adventure has never been easier.

“We go for walks everyday and every other day we ride our bikes up to 20 kilometres, even riding into Victoria a couple of times a month,” Gerry explains. “Since moving, we’ve definitely increased our physical activity tenfold!”

“It’s so much easier to get out and about when you’re in such a beautiful place – we overlook the Galloping Goose Trail and its tree-lined edge, so we enjoy forest and nature views, it’s simply beautiful,” Pat notes.

While the couple has downsized, with the extra amenities all around, it doesn’t feel like they’ve lost any space.

“There was always space for that cute knick-knack, new piece of furniture, new tool for the workshop or sports memorabilia to display in the rec room, but we didn’t need all of these things,” Gerry notes. “We have everything we need right here with #MyBelmont.”

To enjoy the setting you want in the community you love, visit #MyBelmont online today. Make sure to register online to receive the latest updates on new home releases!

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