Just off Cultus Lake by Lindell Beach, Aquadel Crossing is a new planned community of just over 100 single-family homes built around a resort lifestyle.

Your dream home is here!

Resort-style living, just minutes from town

Can you enjoy both your own single-family home and a resort lifestyle?

You can – at Cultus Lake’s Aquadel Crossing!

Nestled in the mountains and just off Cultus Lake by Lindell Beach, AquadelCrossing is a new planned, gated community of just over 100 single-family homes built around a resort lifestyle.

With designs ranging from sophisticated ranchers to two-storey family homes in variety of floorplans, this is a vibrant, mixed community of young families to retirees, all enjoying the benefits of resort-style living … just 15 minutes from the amenities of the city!

At the heart of the developing community is the soon-to-be-finished clubhouse, a spacious, welcoming environment for residents and their guests, featuring an indoor kitchen and outdoor barbecue area overlooking the in-ground pool and playground.

“Whether you’re looking for a year-round residence or the ideal weekend or holiday home investment, this is a community that welcomes everyone from young families to those eying retirement – a place for families to gather generation after generation,” says realtor Sabrina vandenBrink.

Sophisticated, single-storey living

Aquadel Crossing’s Phase 2 is currently underway with 16 ranchers on the back side of the site built by Pacific Peak Homes.As a hands-on quality builder, Pacific Peak’s Davin Roy is happy to accommodate buyers to make changes to suit their lifestyle.

While the first phase features a number of multi-storey family homes, the ranchers will be ideal for those starting out, or wanting to age in place in a premiere location.

“With a price point starting at $650,000, it’s affordable and it offers a lifestyle with it,” vandenBrink says, pointing out that with bare land strata, homeowners are fully responsible for their homes and properties, but pay nominal strata fees toward joint amenities like the pool and clubhouse – it’s the best of both worlds!

Among the ranchers under construction, buyers can choose from five floorplans and two designer colour schemes. Kitchens designed for entertaining friends and family include quartz counters and premium stainless steel appliances, or take the fun outside to your natural gas-equipped covered patio.

Properties enjoy full city services, including natural gas (not propane, like other developments) and all homes are on crawl spaces, with fully fenced yards and full double garages – lots of storage space for canoes, bikes and more!

“You’ll be making memories for the family – the kids, and their kids, will love coming to visit!” vandenBrink says.

Your Aquadel Crossing neighbourhood

A project of Diverse Properties and Genica Development, Aquadel Crossing is a methodically thought-out development boasting selected mature trees and lots of sun exposure.

While just a 15-minute drive into Chilliwack, you’ll find so much more on your doorstep, including beaches, fishing, powerboating and hiking around Cultus Lake, the Cultus Lake Golf Course and and Cultus Lake Adventure Park and Waterslides.

Ready to learn more?

Visit the show home today at #31-1885 Columbia Valley Rd. or call realtor Sabrina vandenBrink at 604-858-1857.


A clubhouse and pool will sit at the heart of the Aquadel community.

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