Camden at The Falls is a collection of single-family homes in Chilliwack.

Dream homes at Camden at The Falls

Aquilini Development is bringing their master-planned community building expertise to Chilliwack with The Falls.



Aquilini Development is bringing their master-planned community building expertise to Chilliwack with The Falls, an envisioned community of over 500 homes, set to be built around The Falls Golf Club. Camden, their first release of just 47 single-family homes, offers a little piece of paradise for as low as $389,900.

“You walk out your door and you’re on the golf course, with rolling greens and panoramic views,” says Macartney Greenfield, project manager for Rennie Marketing Systems. “There aren’t a lot of projects that can offer that resort-style living.”

Aquilini has released the first phase of single-family homes, and the response has been overwhelming, Greenfield says. Floorplans range from 1,336 to 3,176 square feet, and each comes with a large double-car garage with tons of room for storage. The master-on-main floorplans have been particularly popular, Greenfield says. There is also a rancher floorplan available.

Buyers will have a vast array of choices when it comes to customizing their new home, including six different home types and elevation styles, eight exterior colour schemes and two interior colour schemes. There are also several interior and exterior upgrade options available.

The location is one of the biggest draws for Camden at The Falls.

“People are amazed by how beautiful it is here,” Greenfield says. “It’s nestled into the side of the mountain with breathtaking views in every direction.”

To take advantage of the views, the homes have spacious covered decks and oversized windows. Nine-foot ceilings in the main living areas add to the airy feeling.

Laminate wood flooring is included throughout the main living areas, with porcelain tile in the bathrooms and low-pile carpeting in the bedrooms.

A gas fireplace in the living room is perfect for cozying up to in the colder weather, and a rough-in for a wet bar is included in some homes, making entertaining easy.

The kitchen is gourmet and refined, with stainless-steel appliances, shaker-style wood stained or flat-panel cabinetry and laminate countertops. A convenient kitchen island creates extra space, with pendant lighting above illuminating your tasks. A full-height walk-in pantry with built-in shelving is another convenient feature that demonstrates Aquilini’s commitment to their homeowners.

The master ensuite features a tempered glass shower enclosure and separate tub, with double sinks for plenty of his-and-hers space.

Every home comes with a two-year membership to The Falls Golf Club, with additional discounts for the pro shop, restaurant and ongoing green fees. It truly is a golfer’s dream come true!

The Aquilini name has held a lot of weight for buyers at Camden at The Falls.

“Aquilini has strong local roots and is very committed to this community,” says Greenfield. “You have the confidence factor of buying from a builder known for large developments and master-planned communities.”

Homeowners at Camden at The Falls won’t have to venture very far from their home to find anything they need.

“This is a very central community,” says Greenfield. “There’s a great school at the bottom of the hill, and you’re less than 10 minutes from Chilliwack.”

Trails, lakes and other outdoor recreation opportunities are also plentiful here.

Homes at Camden at the Falls start at $389,900. For more information, visit www.livethefalls.com, call 604-794-5722 or stop by the presentation centre at 8361 Nixon Road, Chilliwack, open 12 to 5 p.m. daily except Tuesdays, or by appointment.

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