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The Langley High Point Equestrian estates and homesites are a first-of-its-kind equestrian-themed local neighbourhood with.5 – 4.25 acre construction lots and amazing vistas of the Lower Mainland.
Cressey’s High Point Equestrian Estates is a new single-family home development at 20048 2 Avenue in Langley City. The construction was finished in 2014.
Club High Point, High Point Lake, View Platform, riding trails, and the Campbell Valley Park are among the highlights of this master-planned homesite community in Langley High Point Equestrian Estates.
The Langley High Point Estates comprise 285 beautiful acres and is a country enclave yet close to all of the city’s conveniences.
Residents have access to a diverse range of urban services, including restaurants and retail shops, a library, several adventure activities, schools, and easy transit or vehicle access to downtown Vancouver and the rest of the Lower Mainland.
Langley City is home to High Point Equestrian Estates. Commuters can take use of TransLink’s various bus routes to the rest of the area.
Motorists may also enter Downtown through the TransCanada Highway, which is just north of the neighbourhood, or the Fraser Highway, which is just south of Willoughby Heights.
There are also several schools in and near the Langley real estate development of High Point Equestrian Estates, such as Halls Prairie Elementary, Glenwood Elementary, Blaine Middle School, and Grandview Heights Secondary School, to mention a few.
Furthermore, Trinity Western University is merely a 23-minute drive away.
Shopping is also just minutes away from the High Point Equestrian Langley Estate townhomes, including South Point Shopping Centre, Grandview Corners Shopping, Willowbrook Shopping Centre, and Langley Power Centre.
Residents will also appreciate the calmness provided by the green spaces in this location. Natural features include Campbell Valley Regional Park, Redwood Park, Latimer Park, and many others. This is a terrific spot to spend an afternoon with the kids or grandkids.
And the greatest part is? It is both free and open to the public.
High Point Estates, a stunning million-dollar equestrian centre, and clubhouse by Cressey Developments is an equestrian-themed suburb that provides a high-end shine to Langley Township of B.C.
High Point Equestrian Estates is part of the 287-acre development in south Langley is a former gravel mine with 164 housing lots ranging from half an acre to eight acres. The sizes of the houses range from a large 26,000-square-foot mansion now under construction to more modest 2,500-square-foot residences.
High Point has pledged 90 acres to public use as riding paths, protected wetlands, and a spring-fed lake as part of its development agreement with the Township.
The nine kilometers of trails link to the existing 30 kilometers of trails in adjacent Campbell Valley Regional Park.
From conception to completion, every Cressey-built space results from extensive collaboration by a team of leading industry professionals and highly experienced development and construction personnel. This collaborative process leads to thoughtful attention to detail, numerous landmark buildings, as well as industry awards from the Urban Development Institute, Canadian Home Builders Association of BC, and others.