If you’ve been eager to snap up one of the brand new homes in Cedarbrook, the Master Planned community in Chilliwack, now is your chance. Phase One sales start April 15.

If you’ve been eager to snap up one of the brand new homes in Cedarbrook, the Master Planned community in Chilliwack, now is your chance. Phase One sales start April 15.

Snap up a home in Chilliwack’s newest neighbourhood!

Virtual sales launch April 15 gives prospective homeowners a first look at Phase One in Cedarbrook

The time has finally come! If you’ve been eager to snap up one of the brand new homes in Cedarbrook, the Master Planned community in Chilliwack, now is your chance. Phase One sales start April 15.

“Over the past two years our team has been working to create a Master Planned Community where every little detail has been carefully thought through. The Virtual Sales Launch gives everyone a chance to learn about, and get into, one of these great homes,” says Ryan Vendeventer, Director of Operations for Westbow Construction, who is developing Cedarbrook.

Choose from thoughtfully designed floor plans, pick your colour scheme, find the perfect lot and let Westbow take care of the rest! You’ll love the refined craftsmanship and creative details that make Westbow homes family-friendly and built to last.

“Westbow communities are timeless and modern. Cedarbrook is just getting started, but if you take a drive through Elk Creek Estates, where we’ve built over 60 homes, you can see the attention-to-detail we put into every community.”

The homes

The Master Planned Cedarbrook community will include a thoughtful blend of lane homes, duplexes, trail homes, row homes and townhomes. Sales for Phase One start April 15, and includes Lane Homes and Row Homes:

  • Lane Homes: Three- and four-bedroom floor plans both feature a carriage home in the backyard for multi-generational families or rental income. Thoughtful details to support the way modern families live. Think: a coffee bar that keeps your morning ritual safe from the chaos of the kitchen, an open concept floor plan to let your family make the space their own.
  • Row Homes: Based on Westbow’s best selling designs, the Row Homes are built for families and connection. Fenced front green areas, powder room on the main, and parking for up to four cars are just a few features of these homes.

The developer

Cedarbrook is the latest community from Westbow Construction, a developer that brings both international experience and local knowledge. They’ve been building homes across Western Canada since 1977, and they’re proudly based right here in Chilliwack.

“We build an average of 200 homes a year and have established a deep-rooted reputation for quality across the industry,” Vendeventer says. “Having our head-office in Chilliwack means we know how the community works and what it needs. Cedarbook is close to the highway for a convenient commute, and close to our growing downtown. The decisions we’ve made in developing Cedarbrook come from growing up and living in the area.”

Virtual Sales Launch April 15

Sign up for the Cedarbrook Virtual Sales Launch, happening April 15 at 5 p.m.! You’ll learn more about the features for the Master Planned community, get an introduction to the homes available, and be first in line for the Phase One sales of Lane Homes and Rowhomes. Visit liveatcedarbrook.ca/launch to register.

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The Master Planned Cedarbrook community will include a thoughtful blend of lane homes, duplexes, trail homes, row homes and townhomes.

The Master Planned Cedarbrook community will include a thoughtful blend of lane homes, duplexes, trail homes, row homes and townhomes.

Thoughtful details to support the way modern families live. Think: a coffee bar that keeps your morning ritual safe from the chaos of the kitchen, an open concept floor plan to let your family make the space their own.

Thoughtful details to support the way modern families live. Think: a coffee bar that keeps your morning ritual safe from the chaos of the kitchen, an open concept floor plan to let your family make the space their own.

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