Elegance and unique floorplans at Mason&Green

Modern Tudor-style architecture and a great location are combined in Langley's Willoughby neighbourhood with Mason&Green.

Modern Tudor-style architecture and a great location are combined in Langley’s Willoughby neighbourhood with Mason&Green, a collection of two- and three-bedroom townhomes from Polygon that have already been extremely popular.

“These are beautiful floorplans,” says sales manager Theresa Liljedahl. “It’s a new and unique design.”

These new floorplans include side-by-side garages for the added convenience of never having to move one car to get the other out, and powder rooms on the main floor.

Oversized windows let in tons of natural light, while nine-foot ceilings on the main floor contribute to the sense of spaciousness. Laminate wood flooring is included throughout the living areas, with plush carpeting in the bedrooms and on the stairs.

“The whole layout is the best reason to buy here,” says Liljedahl.

Other gorgeous features include engineered stone countertops in the kitchen, complemented by contemporary custom-crafted flat-panel laminate cabinetry in gloss white or graphite vertical wood grain. The huge kitchen island perfect for entertaining or family gatherings is a focal point of the space.

The bathrooms are luxurious, with a spacious walk-in shower with glass door in the ensuite and bathtub with ceramic tile surround in the main bathroom. Designer-selected laminate countertops with an integrated backsplash are featured in both, as well as custom-designed flat-panel laminate cabinetry in the same colour schemes as the kitchen.

Mason&Green is within easy access to shopping, dining and services at Willoughby Town Centre, as well as an elementary school directly next door.

Homeowners at Mason&Green will have access to The Maples Club, an 8,400-square-foot amenities building with an outdoor patio area with BBQ, resort-style pool and whirlpool, fitness studio, great room with fireplace and more.

The first phase sold quickly, and Liljedahl says that the second phase will open for sale on March 22nd at Noon.

Homes at Mason&Green start at $314,900. For more information, check out www.polyhomes.com, call 604-882-5382 or visit the presentation centre at 7848 209th Street, open daily except Friday between noon and 6 p.m.

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