Natural living at Bridlewood in Coquitlam

Located on the banks of West Smiling Creek, Bridlewood by Polygon will have you feeling like you're a part of nature.

Located on the banks of West Smiling Creek and a tree-lined stream, Bridlewood by Polygon will have you feeling like you’re a part of nature. The peaceful location on Burke Mountain will make you enjoy staying close to home. Since opening for sale earlier this year, these homes have been so well received that to keep up with demand, the second and final phase of homes at Bridlewood will be released for sale on Saturday May 24th.

The executive three- and four-bedroom townhomes are built in a Craftsman style, and feature warm cedar shingles, brick facades and gables. Every home has a generous deck or patio, as well as a private fenced yard.

Inside, the warm wood laminate floors on the main level combine with large windows and overheight ceilings to make for a truly beautiful living space. The kitchens include stainless-steel appliances, engineered stone countertops, and a family sized kitchen island. The ensuite bathroom is made for luxury, with a glass shower with rain shower head, engineered stone countertops and his-and-hers sinks. All homes feature a convenient powder room on the main level and double car garages (side-by-side and tandem).

Coquitlam’s Burke Mountain is one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the Lower Mainland. Bridlewood has hiking and biking trails on the doorstep as well as the shops and services at Meridian Corner and Meridian Crossing. Coquitlam Town Centre is just a short drive away, as well as transit via the new Evergreen Line.

The second phase of homes will be released for sale on May 24th. This is the final phase at Bridlewood and the last opportunity to own a home at this sought-after community. Homes at Bridlewood start at $429,900. For more information, visit polyhomes.com, call 604.472.9018 or visit the presentation centre at 3470 Highland Drive, Coquitlam, open daily except Friday between 12 and 6 p.m.

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