Waterstone holds open house for 40 Montage condos

British Columbia's largest ever open house will be held on Saturday, Nov. 26.

The open house at Montage, Waterstone Properties' newest development, will allowing potential buyers the opportunity to view all 40 luxury new condominiums.

Montage is at 64 Avenue and 194 Street, just across the border in Surrey.

According to Waterstone's sales manager Sammy Wong, the event on Saturday, Nov. 26, is the largest single day open house ever held in  B.C.

"So much of the market today is pre-sale, but we’re offering something different. Why buy off a floor plan when you can see exactly how each one of these homes is finished?" he said.

"We’ve taken the guesswork out of the buying process,” he added.

The event comes in the wake of the BCREA announcement that B.C. home sales rose three per cent in October, and while consumer demand in Vancouver edged lower last month on a year-over-year basis, strong increases were recorded in the Fraser Valley.

According to Scott Brown at Colliers International Residential Marketing, Waterstone is a testament to this report. In fact, the overwhelming demand to view completed homes at Waterstone was the rationale behind the large open house.

The open house will give the public full access to all 40 homes in Montage at Waterstone and a tour of the amenities that are making Waterstone one of the most sought-after and award-winning projects in the Lower Mainland.

Waterstone offers more amenities than any other development of its kind in western Canada.

The 15,000 square foot clubhouse at Waterstone includes a 17-seat theatre with a 100-inch screen, a gourmet chef’s kitchen with professional-grade appliances, and a health and fitness spa with an indoor pool, sauna, steam room and state-of-the-art fitness facility.

When asked about the popularity of the clubhouse, Wong said that "it's astonishing how The Club at Waterstone is changing the community into a real neighbourhood where people get together and share activities.”

For more information on B.C.’s largest open house and to register for an early preview, visit

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