Bertrand Creek offers timeless Craftsman-style character.

Bertrand Creek: Enjoy nature at your backdoor

Superior location and amenities combine in new family-focused community

Explore what could become your new home at one of Langley’s newest nature-focused family communities: Bertrand Creek.

Sheltered by greenbelt and designed for today’s families, the single-family homes boast Craftsman character, open floorplans and entertainment-sized country kitchens. Starting from $899,960 and ready for move-in through spring and summer 2018, the sought-after Aldergrove homes put residents near all levels of schools, shopping, dining and community amenities.

Affordability for the size and quality of the homes has significant appeal, says Ryan Connolly from Epic Homes, a local, family-owned company that has built new homes in Langley and Maple Ridge for 20 years. The varied lot sizes – 3,200 sq. ft. to more than 7,700 sq. ft. – also offer variety.

“It’s a pretty unique opportunity. Virtually every home available is on a no-through street backing onto parkland,” Ryan says, noting the same house with greenspace in South Surrey would sell for over $1.3 million.

“It really has that community feel – you can buy farm-fresh eggs from a the country stand or pick strawberries for dessert and still be close to a new recreation centre, groceries and shopping.”

Nature in your backyard: The neighbouring forest features pedestrian bridges and developed trails leading to additional amenities, including an off-leash dog park perfect for four-legged family members. “With such a great natural setting, we really were inspired to preserve and enhance this for a new generation of families,” Connolly says.

Attractive streetscapes: Three different interior layouts and eight exterior styles create attractive streetscapes perfect for strolling and meeting your neighbours.

Multi-generational appeal: While the homes are ideal for families, significant interest is also coming from empty-nesters taken with the location, amenities and room to host visiting friends and family.

3,000 to 3,500 sq. ft. homes offer three to six bedrooms, including basements, which can be finished or left unfinished for added resale value down the road.

Suite idea: Another option for that basement is a legal secondary suite, making Bertrand Creek more affordable for families wanting to move into a quality home in a community they love.

Easy to get where you want to be: With a bus stop out front and access to the Trans Canada Highway and Fraser Highway just minutes away, getting where you want to be is a breeze:

  • 2 minutes to the new leisure centre, ice arena and swimming pool
  • 5 minutes to the Canada/US border
  • 5-minute walk to the elementary school
  • 9 minutes to Highstreet Shopping Centre
  • 12 minutes to Abbotsford Airport
  • 14 minutes to University Fraser Valley
  • 17 minutes to Trinity Western University
  • 20 minutes to Willowbrook Mall
  • 30 minutes to White Rock
  • 50 minutes to Vancouver

Visit the new Bertrand Creek showhome from noon to 5 p.m. weekdays and noon to 6 p.m. on weekends.


Open floorplans and entertainment-sized kitchens are perfect for families.

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