Maple Ridge’s Milic family, Erica and Milos, with pre-schoolers Nolan and Livia, fell in love with the Fern Grove show home this summer and Epic Homes is building their Alouette floorplan home this fall!

Location, design and value: Discover the 3 essential features of your next home

Unique homes make the most of a stellar location

Nestled at the edge of Golden Ears Park, in a beautiful natural setting just minutes from the amenities of Maple Ridge, people often discover Fern Grove by Alouette River by happy accident.

“We often have people stopping by on their way from mountain biking, hiking or kayaking, and they realize the possibilities of living in such a beautiful natural area,” says Fern Grove’s Janine Mackie.

A collection of 34 single-family homes from respected local builder Epic Homes, the project has been a winner with families of all ages and stages, from younger families to couples nearing retirement who appreciate the proximity of the numerous recreation opportunities at their doorstep.

For couples wanting to move from a townhome into a single-family home priced at less than $1-million, Fern Grove’s 3,000-square-foot Blanshard model has been particularly well-received, especially with the option of an in-law or nanny suite in the daylight basement. Also available are the Alouette and Garibaldi home models, with the option for legal suite on lots ranging from 6,000 to over 9,000 square feet.

Location, location: If location is key in real estate, Fern Grove delivers. “With many of our homebuyers already enjoying an active lifestyle, coming home to Fern Grove is so appealing. It’s rare to discover a community that feels like you’re away from it all, but in reality is just 10 minutes from all the amenities and destinations you love, from Tim Hortons and Meridian Farm Market to the Albion Sports Complex.”

Exceptional value: Starting at $899,980, and offering three floorplans to choose from, all have three or four bedrooms and full basements. Better yet, “some of homes are at that stage that if you act soon, you can personalize your kitchen and floor colours, or even add surround-sound for a home theatre,” Mackie says. For a limited time, buyers can also enjoy $30,000 in upgrades included in the purchase price, including air conditioning, tankless hot water and an appliance package.

Beautiful design: “People love the open concept and tell us the designers have done such a great job at creating a really beautiful, livable space,” Mackie says. The kitchen island is definitely the focal point. “In our show home we’ve created a stunning contrast with white cabinetry and the island done in traditional maple stain. There’s also the option for a peppercorn finish, which gives the kitchen more contemporary feel.”

Room to move … or relax: With sought-after design both inside and out, the spacious backyards are also appreciated, especially by those wanting room to move after townhouse living. Landscaped and fully fenced, your outdoor spaces will be ready for entertaining or family fun.

Learn more today! Homes are ready for move-in THIS November and into 2019. Visit the Fern Grove show home from noon to 6 p.m. daily at Fern Crescent and 128th Avenue, or register online for more information.

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Family-owned Epic Homes has been constructing new homes in Maple Ridge and Langley for 20 years, building a tradition of quality and value, and enhancing the communities they also call home.

 

Maple Ridge’s Erica Milic checks out the show home at Fern Grove, near Golden Ears Park, with preschoolers Livia and Nolan. The Milics will be moving in to their new home this coming spring!

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