Stunning views are just one of the beautiful features at Odessa Group’s Harrison Highlands. Recreation opportunities are just minutes away

Homes without compromise at Harrison Highlands

At Odessa Group's Harrison Highlands, buyers won't have to compromise on what they're looking for in a new home.



At Odessa Group’s Harrison Highlands, buyers won’t have to compromise on what they’re looking for in a new home.

“This is a place where people can live where they play,” says Heath Stone, managing partner at Odessa Group. “There is definitely a demand for these homes.”

Harrison Highlands is just minutes from Harrison Lake, Mission, Agassiz and the Hemlock Valley Ski Resort, as well as several other opportunities for leisure and recreation.

“Sandpiper Golf Club and salmon and sturgeon fishing are only two minutes away!” says Stone.

Harrison Highlands recently celebrated its grand opening weekend, and the response was tremendous.

“This is the type of project that people have been waiting for,” Stone says.

There are two distinct communities at Harrison Highlands: Woodside and Briarwood. The exclusive Briarwood homes are located in a gated area, though the home types are the same for both communities within the larger community of Harrison Highlands. There are a variety of available floorplans, including ranchers, one-and-a-half storey plans and two-storey homes, with two to four bedrooms.

The master-on-main floorplans have been particularly popular, Stone says. Two-thirds of the homes at Harrison Highlands will include this feature.

The Craftsman architecture offers excellent curb appeal, while the expansive interiors feature nine-foot vaulted ceilings and large windows to allow the natural light to flood the home. European-made high-quality laminate flooring is featured throughout the main level, while gourmet-quality kitchens include maple cabinetry and elegant countertops (quartz in the Briarwood homes and laminate in the Woodside homes). The ensuite bathrooms in the master suite include dual sinks for added convenience, a relaxing soaker tub and a separate shower with tile surround and a frameless glass door. Homes at Woodside include heated floors in the ensuite, while the Briarwood homes have in-floor heat in the master bedroom as well.

The community includes homes with parking for recreational vehicles, landscaped parks and natural trails with amazing river and mountain views.

“There’s always something to see here,” Stone says. “Just check out our views!”

Future plans at Harrison Highlands include a neighbourhood commercial area for potential grocery stores, restaurants and other retail spaces.

“This is a fantastic place to raise a family,” Stone says.

Homes at Harrison Highlands start at $379,000, including GST. For more information, visit www.harrisonhighlands.ca or call toll-free 1-888-OUR-VIEW (687-8439). The presentation centre is open Friday to Sunday between noon and 5 p.m. at 1524 Woodside Boulevard in Kent.

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