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City and Cottage Style Living Come Together at Gabriola Park Townhomes

Peaceful, convenient and spacious, just outside Metro Vancouver.

In just a few short years, Vancouver has grown to become the most densely populated city in Canada. This is undoubtedly felt in Metro Vancouver as the population continues to grow vertically into tiny high-rise condos, far above the shops, greenery and culture that make living in BC so special.

If you’re looking to be part of a great neighbourhood, but are in need of more space for you and your family to grow, then it might be time to look into Gabriola Park in Langley.

Located in Yorkson, Langley, this cottage-inspired oasis of townhomes is perfect for growing families and empty nesters who are longing to be situated amongst peaceful surroundings while still being close to amenities like restaurants, parks, major commuting routes and Willoughby Town Centre.

The Townhomes feature spacious rooms, modern kitchens and tons of square footage for the price point. Single and double garages satisfy storage needs and parking requirements. Empty nesters and growing families alike can benefit from different layout options; bedrooms and full bathrooms are available on the ground floor of some units to suit mobility and privacy needs.

Enjoy the benefits of just-outside-the-city living by taking your kids to the development’s massive courtyard green space, and then treat yourself to some rest and relaxation at the Clubhouse Fireside Lounge. Top caliber schools like Willoughby Elementary and Richard Bulpitt Elementary are located nearby as well as the Walnut Grove School of Music and Dance.

If you’re looking for more square footage, quiet mornings, peaceful evenings and the conveniences of urban living, be sure to look into the new Gabriola Park development in Langley BC.

Visit gabriolapark.com to register for more information

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