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Vivid by Aulume

19667 55a Avenue

Langley, V3A 3X2 N72DT - Downtown

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  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 15
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2024
  • Building Type: Strata Townhouses
  • Bldg#: 16547

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Vivid by Aulume - 19667 55 A Ave, Langley, BC V3A 3X2, Canada. Vivid is a boutique townhome collection coming soon to Langleys Nicomekl neighbourhood. It consists of two 3-storey woodframe building blocks separated by a central drive aisle. Exteriors present a mix of cultured stone, dark grey HardiePanel, and contrasting off-white and natural wood colour siding. The 15 residences offer a selection of two 3-bedroom and two 4-bedroom floor plans, ranging from 1,463 2,174 sq ft. All units have a tandem or double-wide 2-car garage, patio, main floor sundeck and powder room, upstairs laundry, and a spacious roof terrace up to 706 sq ft. The 4-bedroom plans include a ground floor bedroom with an en suite that can also be used as a home office or play room.

Vivid is conveniently situated for homeowners to frequent its cafes, eclectic eateries, independent retailers, and professional services. For one-stop, bulk shoppers, Willowbrook Shopping Centre, Langley Crossing, Costco, and Walmart are all within a 10-minute drive. For leisure and recreation options, its a short drive to Newlands Golf and Country Club or all-weather facilities at Timms Community Centre. Dog owners can take their four-legged friends to nearby Brydon Park with its off-leash dog area and lagoon pathway.

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Email: 604-551-9504
Sales Address: 100 – 3011 Viking Way Richmond BC V6V 1W1
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Vivid by Aulume Technical Info

Building Name Vivid by Aulume
Address 19667 55a Avenue
City Langley
Neighborhood Downtown
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 15
Units in Strata:15
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 2024
Developer Aulume
Architect Name F. Adab Architects I
Architect Phone 604-987-3003
Designer Complete Home Design
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19667 55 A Ave - Vivid by Aulume - Langley
19667 55 A Ave - Vivid by Aulume - Langley
19667 55 A Ave - Vivid by Aulume - Langley
19667 55 A Ave - Vivid by Aulume - Langley
19667 55 A Ave - Vivid by Aulume - Langley
19667 55 A Ave - Vivid by Aulume - Langley
19667 55 A Ave - Vivid by Aulume - Langley
19667 55 A Ave - Vivid by Aulume - Langley

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