TYNERIDGE TOWNHOMES at Burke Mountain - Polygon Homes

The development on Burke Mountain, Coquitlam, has seen a shift towards higher density housing in the past 6 months, and Tyneridge Townhomes by Polygon Homes is continuing that trend.  This new development is situated atop a hillside, providing spectacular views of Mount Baker and a sweeping panorama of Vancouver.  The location of these townhomes is perfect - surrounded by upscale single-family homes, and with a new school scheduled for development right across the street.  You are certain to retain a lot of value in these townhomes, and Polygon's reputation for building quality homes only adds to the desireability of this development.

Tyneridge Townhomes will feature 2 different three-bedroom floorplans (and a single 4-bedroom end-unit) with spacious layouts designed for young families - which certainly suits the neighbourhood.  Both flooplans feature an open concept kitchen/living/dining area, with the larger model adding a powder room on the main floor.  The decent-sized patio is off the main level, and the standard features in these townhomes are a little more upscale than you'll see in many similar developments.

Each townhome will also have its own private yard and patio, and the attached 2-car tandem garage is a nice bonus.

Most of the larger units in Phase I were sold on the first weekend of sales.  Polygon has done a great job with these, and it should set the standard for quality multi-family development in the Burke Mountain area.

Tyneridge Townhomes by Polygon Homes is now SOLD OUT.

Contact Rebecca for information about resale townhomes in this development.

Tyneridge Townhomes Plans

Tyneridge Townhomes - Site Plan
Tyneridge Townhomes - Anmore Plan (3 bedrooms, 1,260 sq. ft.)
Tyneridge Townhomes - Burke Plan (3 bedrooms, 1,386 sq. ft.)

Tyneridge Townhomes Map


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Disclaimer: Rebecca Permack is an independent Realtor with Royal LePage West Real Estate Services.  Although she works closely with many developers in the area, she is not directly affiliated with the developer or development, and does not represent them in any way.