Effortless, elegant living – by locals, for locals

Effortless, elegant living – by locals, for locals

Altus brings urban resort living home to White Rock

Are you ready to discover the rewards of urban resort living, right here in White Rock?

As Altus White Rock rises from its hillside setting overlooking Boundary and Semiahmoo bays, homebuyers are excited to chart the progress of their future home.

There’s not long to wait now, as completion of the landmark residence designed by Chris Dikeakos Architects is planned for early 2022. And the rewards reach beyond a beautifully appointed home. In fact, the next five buyers will also receive a $10,000 move-in credit, no strata fees for the first three years, and 10 per cent interest on their deposit.

Built by locals for locals

Surrey-based Oviedo Properties enjoys a long history of building quality homes throughout the Lower Mainland, bringing together exceptional design, premium materials and superior craftsmanship.

Joining them at Altus is their partner Bosa/Quorum, builders recognized for their commitment to quality. In Altus, enjoy solid concrete construction, efficient design and sustainable features, backed by backed by Travelers New Home Warranty.

Inside the breathtaking glass-wrapped building, elegantly appointed residences and common areas are the creation of Vancouver’s BAM Interior.

Welcome home to the amenities you want

With open floorplans ranging from one bedroom + den to three bedrooms + den, and fresh, modern interiors flooded with natural light, this is effortless and elegant turn-key living at its finest.

From preparing your morning coffee to sip on your spacious deck to entertaining friends as the sun sets through floor-to-ceiling windows, your stylish kitchen is the heart of the home, boastingstylish and oh-so practical quartz countertops, Bosch appliances and welcome details like under-cabinet lighting and custom millwork-panelled fridge and dishwasher.

Find well-planned living spaces and ample storage throughout your home, with so many additional amenities right outside your door, including two floors of inspired shopping, state-of-the-art gym, one-bedroom guest suite, roomy lounge with terrace, pool table, marble fireplace and professional-grade kitchen with a bar and large dining area.

Security features include underground parking for residents and visitors, secure bike storage lockers, FOB entry with enterphone system, plus an onsite concierge service offering package storage and other essentials.

And when Fido needs a little sprucing up after a visit to the beach, a separate dog wash area will make clean-up a breeze!

Visit the Altus sales centre at 1589 Maple St. from noon to 5 p.m. on weekends and by appointment. While there, ask about the 10 Star Program for the next five purchasers, including 10 per cent simple interest on your deposit, $10,000 move-in package and three years of free strata fees. Discover Altus today at altuswhiterock.com

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Effortless, elegant living – by locals, for locals

Altus offers effortless and elegant turn-key living, with beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean or surrounding mountains.

Altus offers effortless and elegant turn-key living, with beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean or surrounding mountains.

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