The kitchens at Red Maple Park include stainless-steel appliances and quartz countertops.

Coming home to Polygon’s Red Maple Park

Polygon Homes offers gorgeous townhomes in Langley.

Langley is widely considered to be the “countryside” of the Lower Mainland, with a number of equestrian and agricultural areas. Polygon’s Red Maple Park makes living the idyllic country lifestyle easy.

“The location is ideal,” says sales manager Judy Rohatyn. “The neighbourhood is nice and quiet. We’ve had so many young families and couples moving in.”

Red Maple Park’s convenient location means that there are plenty of shopping and dining opportunities nearby. Willowbrook Mall and the Langley Events Centre are also close, and a new elementary school within walking distance of Red Maple Park will open in the fall. For commuters, this location offers quick access to Highway 1 and the Langley bypass. Red Maple Park offers some of the best value in Langley in a convenient, yet exclusive, setting.

The two- and three-bedroom townhomes are spacious and open, with several floorplans to choose from. Homes impress with charming Arts and Crafts architectural details and custom interior design elements. Every home has a large deck or patio, and a yard surrounded by picket fencing, with most homes featuring a tandem double-car garage.

“This is an established community,” Rohatyn says, adding that the homes are move-in ready.

Inside, natural light flows through large windows and the nine-foot ceilings on the main floor give the space an airy ambiance. Attractive and durable wood laminate flooring is featured throughout the main level, and kitchens boast stainless-steel appliances, contemporary custom-crafted flat-panel cabinetry and luxurious quartz countertops.

Master ensuites are spa-inspired with dual sinks, an elegant light bar that illuminates the full-length vanity mirror, countertops with integral backsplash and custom-designed flat-panel cabinetry. And, most homes also include a bathtub with ceramic tile surround in the main bathroom.

Another incentive which puts Red Maple Park above the competition is exclusive use of the impressive 8,400 square-foot resort-inspired Maples Club, which features an outdoor pool and whirlpool, fitness studio, guest suites for out-of-town visitors, theatre room, indoor park and much more.

“Now is the perfect time to buy,” says Rohatyn. “Right now you can afford to buy a new home for the same price as renting.”

For a limited time, Polygon is offering buyers the chance to own at Red Maple Park for as little as $899 a month (ask sales staff for more details).

“You get low monthly payments and the confidence of purchasing from an established and trusted homebuilder,” Rohatyn says.

The Red Maple Park sales office and display homes are open daily from noon to 6 p.m. except Friday, and are located at 7938 209th Street in Langley.

Homes are priced from $289,900. For more information call 604-888-8699 or visit polyhomes.com.

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