Classic style at Amacon’s RedBrick

South Burnaby is welcoming Amacon's RedBrick, a collection of condominiums perfect for outdoor lovers.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find a lot to love at Amacon’s RedBrick, located in the growing community of Edmonds in South Burnaby. The Urban Trail is located right outside your door, and there’s a park across the street and others within easy walking distance.

Among the features included in the one-, two- and three-bedroom homes is engineered hardwood flooring in the entry, kitchen, living and dining rooms. You’ll find polished stone countertops and a full-height stone backsplash in the kitchen, complemented by stainless-steel appliances and laminate flat-panel kitchen cabinetry. The bathrooms are soothing and luxurious, with polished stone slab countertops and their own laminate cabinetry.

The exterior is as beautiful as the interiors, with West Coast architecture that lives up to the development’s name, expansive windows and balconies, and tons of green space. Residents will have access to an exercise facility, TV lounges and meeting rooms, a party kitchen with a dining area, a games room and a crafts room. There’s also a children’s play area and a barbecue terrace, if you’re in the mood for some outdoor entertaining. You’ll find public art by artists Jacqueline Metz and Nancy Chew right on-site, adding to the beauty of the development.

RedBrick is perfectly situated in the Edmonds neighbourhood of South Burnaby. Commuting to downtown Vancouver will be simple, as the Edmonds SkyTrain station is nearby. You’ll find schools right across the street, as well as shopping and indoor and outdoor leisure and recreation opportunities.

Homes at RedBrick start at $239,900. For more information, check out www.liveatredbrick.com, call 604-527-7955 or visit the presentation centre at 7008 14th Avenue, Burnaby, open daily except Fridays between noon and 5 p.m.

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