Burleigh Walk - 2675 Burleigh Avenue, Port Coquitlam, BC, 4 levels, 55 units, estimated completion 2013, Crossing roads: Burleigh Avenue and Chine Drive. Nestled in Nature's sanctuary, a quiet riverside neighbourhood surrounded by parks, tall trees, and natural waterways, Burleigh Walk by Unimet Developers is a two building condominium project with 155 beautifully designed strata titled homes.
Designed by award-winning Bernard Decosse Architect, these one and two bedroom homes reflects an urban West Coast contemporary architecture with the use of pop up ceiling vaults, sloping glass, cedar shingled walls, carefully detailed siding, and dramatic timber accents. Lushly landscaped central courtyard and community garden plot provide a reprieve from the pace of the city. Contemporary interiors feature over height ceilings, warm laminate flooring, gourmet kitchens and spa-inspired bathrooms with quartzite countertops, kitchen islands, LG stainless steel appliances, European style cabinets, and deep soaker tubs with gloss tile surrounds. Burleigh Walk condos also offer electric vehicle charging stations underground, bike storage rooms, and parking garage, and every home comes with a large balcony for outdoor entertaining.
Ideally located in Central Coquitlam, Burleigh Walk homes are just steps away from the tranquil Coquitlam River, Traboulay Trail, and Maple Creek Restoration Project, within walking distance to the West Coast Express and Evergreen Line rapid transit system, and 5 minutes drive to Coquitlam Centre and all the shops, dining and services in addition to a bridgeless commute to downtown Vancouver by way of the Barnet Highway or West Coast Express train.
Burleigh Walk Technical Info
||2675 Burleigh Ave
||Central Pt Coquitlam
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||55|
|Units in Strata:||55|
||Unimet Homes Ltd.||Architect Name||Bernard Decosse Arch||
||Geralynne Mitschke Design|
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