Pacific Heights’ luxurious single-family homes feature more than 3,400 square feet of well-appointed living space.

Exclusive single-family homes reach new heights in South Surrey

Deluxe master bedroom with sitting room highlights Morningstar’s new plan at Pacific Heights

Your own private getaway is as close as a new home in South Surrey’s prestigious Pacific Heights development.

Award-winning developer Morningstar Homes has released a new plan that includes a master bedroom suite complete with luxurious sitting room for your private retreat!

And with Morningstar’s exclusive single-family homes at Pacific Heights selling fast, don’t miss your opportunity to own one!

Come home to Pacific Heights

Pacific Heights’ luxurious single-family homes feature more than 3,400 square feet of well-appointed living space.

And today, Morningstar has just released a new plan… one that includes a secret oasis for you to enjoy: your very own, very private sitting room off the master bedroom.

The huge master bedroom comes complete with a private sun deck, walk-in closet and a spa-like ensuite – it has all the bells and whistles, but now, we’ve made it the ultimate home by adding this extra special feature room made thoughtfully with you in mind.

“I think what makes Morningstar Homes stand out is the thoughtfulness that goes into the design of each home,” says Deborah Calahan, Morningstar Homes’ vice-president of sales and marketing. “We design our homes not only based on the location but also on purchasers’ wants and needs to give them the highest level of livability possible.”

Beautiful inside and out

Pacific Heights’ West Coast-inspired architecture is showcased by beautiful exteriors with strong accents of wood, stone work and shingles. Front porches with impressive eight-foot-high entry doors welcome you to grandeur within.

Once inside, discover luxury in every detail, including vaulted ceilings, wide-plank hardwood floors, quartz counters, plush carpeting, oversized windows and a high-end stainless steel appliance package. One of Morningstar’s signature features is a custom window seat in most bedrooms and dining rooms.

Each elegant home also provides natural privacy with yards featuring generous-sized patios or decks, lush landscaping and rear and sideyard fencing for optimal privacy.

Pacific Heights is yet another example of the quality that Morningstar Homes is well known for and with nearly 2,000 homes to its credit, Morningstar Homes is among the largest single-family home builders in BC, so you can rest assure that the superior workmanship will meet your expectations.

Visit today!

Pacific Heights is now selling. Visit the sales centre at 168th Street and 18th Avenue, open daily from noon to 6 p.m. (except Fridays).

For more information, call 778-291-0559, email redgren@mstarhomes.com or visit mstarhomes.com.

 

Morningstar Homes’ new plan includes a master bedroom suite complete with luxurious sitting room for your private retreat.

Yards feature generous-sized patios or decks, lush landscaping and rear and sideyard fencing.

Relax in your spa-like ensuite.

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