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Qualicum College Heights

439 College Road


Parksville / Qualicum, V9K 1G4 UI1230 - UIPQ Qualicum Beach

Official Website: www.qualicumcollegeheights.ca Marketers Website: www.coastrealty.com/new/public Developers Website: www.prconstruction.ca
  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 40
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 2013
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Bldg#: 9121

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Qualicum College Heights - 439 College Road, Qualicum Beach, BC V9K 1G4, 3 levels, 40 condos, estimated completion 2013 - Perched on the hillside with extraordinary views of the Georgia Strait in a scenic village, you will find Qualicum College Heights - a three building condominium project with 40 luxury condos on 2.81 acres in Qualicum Beach Village on Vancouver Island.

The Qualicum College Tudor Building was originally built in 1935 - this "Old Boy's School" will be redeveloped, designed and marketed by PR Pomeroy Restoration & Construction Ltd., Boni Maddison Architects, and Coast Realty Group Ltd. This heritage complex consists of Knight Manor, 4 two-storey penthouse at 437 College Road; Cambridge Manor, 16-unit condo building at 439 College Road; Berkshire Manor, 12-unit condo building at 433 College Road; Ashton Manor, 7-unit condo building at 427 College Road.

These two and three bedroom homes ranging to over 1,900 sq. ft. reflect West Coast Heritage-style architecture with dramatic details including multi-level rooflines, a patchwork of elaborate gardens, Zen water features, and a myriad of serene trails with a direct pathway to the ocean for beachcombing and a swim. Contemporary interiors feature bamboo flooring, Dacor appliances, custom cabinetry, quartz counter tops, natural stone mosaic backsplash, heated travertine floors, stainless laundry sinks, fingerprint technology entry suite and a personal safe inside each suite. Large terraces invite outdoor entertaining, and most homes offer stunning views of the Strait of Georgia.

Qualicum College Heights residents will also enjoy the complex amenities which include state of the art Golf Simulation equipment, games room, pool table, library, exercise room, work shop area, personal wine storage, 2 hotel style guest suites, lower kitchen with covered BBQ patio, underground parking and storage.

Qualicum College Heights is just off the Old Island Highway that links Parksville with Qualicum Beach, right across from Qualicum College Golf Course, and steps away from Kwalikum Secondary, restaurants, shopping and Georgia Strait. Located on the Qualicum Beach along east coast of of Vancouver Island, Qualicum College Heightsand is 12kms North of Parksville, a 35 minute drive North of Nanaimo, fewer than 40kms South to Courtenay, and 50kms to Comox.

Sales Centre: www.coastrealty.com/new/public
Official Website: www.qualicumcollegeheights.ca
Phone: 250.752.4373
Email: celticmarketing@shaw.ca
Sales Address: 427 College Road Qualicum Beach, BC Canada V9K 1G4
Strata Sub Categories: Strata
 

Qualicum College Heights Technical Info

Building Name Qualicum College Heights
Address 439 College Road
City Parksville / Qualicum
Neighborhood UIPQ Qualicum Beach
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 40
Units in Strata:40
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2013
Parking-Storage Designation Limited Common Property
Developer PR Pomeroy Restoration & Construction
Architect Name Boni Maddison Archit
Architect Phone 604-688-5894
Architect Email info@bonimaddison.com
Official Website www.qualicumcollegeheight
Restrictions Details
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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