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A Low-rise condo at Coquitlam
Natural materials and their application to an aesthetic setting are deeply ingrained in the ethos of Polygon Homes. Ledgeview is the ultimate synthesis of natural elements and modern construction. A remarkable glass structure with glass balconies offers a panoramic view of vibrant panoramas in all directions. The structure is decorated with cedar tone panels, a reference to the Canadian landscape’s natural influence.
Coquitlam is genuinely at the heart of the Greater Vancouver area, having a history as one of the Lower Mainland’s first bedroom towns. The eight areas that comprise the Coquitlam City Centre region are known for their abundance of single family detached houses, many of which provide beautiful views to the south and toward Mt. Baker. Dog walking, cycling, and bird viewing are all included in this bargain.
For commuters, Coquitlam is easily accessible by Highway 1, the Lougheed Highway, or the recently extended Millennium Line, which is part of the Skytrain network — the world’s longest completely automated rapid transit system. Additionally, the Coquitlam City Centre is served by Translink buses that connect to the Coquitlam and Lougheed stations.
Coquitlam School District 43 is the third largest in British Columbia, with nine elementary schools, five middle schools, and four high schools located in the heart of Coquitlam. Private schools include Our Lady of Assumption Elementary and BC Christian Academy.
The Port Moody Ale Trail, which has four local craft brewers and is easily accessible along Murray Street minutes away, is becoming more popular. The Coquitlam Crunch, a two-kilometer ascent of 244 meters that’s comparable to North Vancouver’s famed Grouse Grind, can be easily accessed from many of the city’s residential areas, thanks to its location on kid-friendly cul-de-sacs. Nearby Burke Mountain, the Coquitlam City Centre communities are connected by a network of hiking and biking routes.
Flooring, granite worktops, ceramic tile back splashes, flat panel cabinets and stainless steel appliances are all included in the purchase price. With a fireplace, a dining area, an island-equipped kitchenette, a full bathroom, a separate bathroom for the master bedroom, and a large, private balcony, the living room is anything from ordinary.
An area that is about 7,500 square feet in size It also contains an amenity room with a kitchen, a lounge area with wet bar and pool table, a game room, a hockey room, as well as an outside patio area with tables and chairs.
The Polygon family of companies has built more than 30,000 homes throughout Metro Vancouver. Trusted, caring and forward-thinking. These traits have established Polygon as one of Vancouver’s leading homebuilders. In that time, we’ve built everything from complete masterplanned communities to luxury high-rise towers in dynamic urban centres. Each one of our residences is crafted with decades of experience so that homeowners – at any stage of life, in any municipality across the Lower Mainland – can buy a home with confidence and peace of mind.