Tucked into the foothills outside Chilliwack, Vista Green’s executive townhomes sit above the Falls Golf Club, with scenic views over the Fraser Valley.

Are you ready to rightsize? Know what you’re looking for!

If the time has come to consider a move, think about what you want, and what you need

It’s a familiar story: You’ve loved your family home for years – raised children there, welcomed friends, built a life.

But now the kids are launched – or close to it – and the many bedrooms and big backyard largely go unused. So while young families are looking for a home just like yours to call their own, it’s time for you to consider something new.

But what do you want at this stage in life?

Location: As our needs change over the years, so too do our location preferences. Proximity to schools isn’t as much of a priority, but perhaps a beautiful view, access to golfing, walking trails and fishing, with urban amenities just a short drive away are exactly what you’re looking for.

Amenities like these have made the Vista Green townhome development just outside Chilliwack so popular with empty nesters and older families. Offering rancher-style homes with full walk-out basements designed to soak it all in – the beautifully manicured course giving way to the farmland and surrounding forest beyond – it’s a view that never gets old.

Amenities: Tucked into the foothills outside Chilliwack, Vista Green’s duplex townhomes sit just above the Falls Golf Club, whose challenging play and scenic views have earned it a reputation as one of the B.C.’s best-kept secrets.

In fact, a search of available Greater Vancouver homes shows no project with homes of this quality and price point, in a similar natural setting, near a course like the Falls.

Simply back the golf cart out of your spacious double garage and head to the Falls for a round of golf or dinner, or hop in the car for downtown Chilliwack’s shopping, dining and array of services. In summer, visit Cultus Lake for swimming or paddling, take the grandkids to the Waterpark, or get away from it all – hiking, biking or fishing.

‘Right-sizing’: While a too-large city home no longer appeals, neither do the close confines of a condominium. Enter Vista Green, popular with those looking to “right size.”

Approximately 2,400 square feet of open-concept living offers ample room for family, out-of-town guests and entertaining from your beautifully appointed kitchen. In every room, the quality of specifications is like that of a $1-million-plus new detached home. Some of these features include soaring ceilings, central air conditioning, on-demand hot water, smart programmable thermostat and a high-end sound system – just add music! Did we mention the spacious double garage with room for vehicles and toys alike?

Add the privacy and bright daylight walk-out basements afforded by the unique topography, and an accessible master suite on the main, and this will be your home for many years.

Quality: Built by respected, long-time Chilliwack developer Kerkhoff to exacting standards, the primarily duplex-configured homes enjoy a peaceful environment, with the ability to ‘lock it and leave’ when your favourite travel destinations beckon. Plus, there’s no more weeding or mowing, but a beautiful landscape all the same!

“There’s very little maintenance required so you truly get to enjoy that lifestyle you’re wanting,” Mick Lutz, Sales Manager with Fifth Avenue Real Estate Marketing, says. “There are just so many reasons to love Vista Green.”

Visit today at 51096 Falls Court., Chilliwack or call 604-745-4122 for more details!

E.&O.E. Sales and Marketing of Vista Green is provided by Fifth Avenue Real Estate Marketing Ltd. fifthave.ca


Boasting approximately 2,400 square feet of open-concept living, enjoy ample room for family gatherings, out-of-town guests and entertaining.

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