The Village at Bedford Landing - 9275 Glover Road, Langley, BC, 4 levels, 70 units, Completion scheduled for 2012 - located at the corner of Glover Road and Gabriel Lane in Dwntown Fort Langley. The Village consists of 2 buildings at 23255 Billy Brown Road and 9275 Glover Road in Langley. Developed by award winning builder ParkLane Homes, the Village at Bedford Landing consists of two buildings with 70 modern units with a blend of West Coast contemporary and Craftsman styles. Inside, these spacious 1 & 2 bedroom condos feature vaulted or 9' ceilings with open living spaces, luxurious carpeting, granite counters in kitchens and bathrooms, chrome Kohler streamlined faucets, wood shaker style cabinetry, tiled backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, luxurious bathrooms including an ensuite with two vanities, Kohler faucets, custom fitted mirrors and hand-set tile work. Residents at the Village at Bedford Landing also can enjoy an exceptional lobby, lounge area with a stone fireplace, a fully equipped fitness gym as well as an entertainment lounge on site.
Located directly on the waterfront in this historic neighborhood, the Village at Bedford Landing is Surrounded by nature, situated adjacent to the historic 15 kilometre Fort-to-Fort walking trail and rich with town and country amenities. The Village at Bedford Landing is close to Willowbrook Mall, IGA, Save-On-Foods, and Walnut Grove Town Center. Also nearby are many schools like Gordon Greenwood Elementary, Walnut Grove Secondary and Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Trinity Western University.
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||9275 Glover Road
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