A spacious kitchen offers you energy efficient appliances and a choice of either island or peninsula configuration.

A spacious kitchen offers you energy efficient appliances and a choice of either island or peninsula configuration.

Discover your ideal downtown Qualicum living space

You’ll love the convenience of village living at The 180 in Qualicum Beach

The 180, located on First Avenue in the heart of Qualicum Beach, is your opportunity to “Live in the Village” and enjoy all of its benefits.

Imagine walking out your front door and strolling over to the local library, meeting with friends at Baileys, or enjoying an amazing coffee from French Press. Drop into Ravensong pool, check out the numerous eclectic shops, take in a play at the Village Theatre or pick up fresh groceries for dinner. The 180 is conveniently located so close to everything.

A community vision from local developers

This was what developers Morris Baumel and Fred Heringa wanted to bring to downtown Qualicum Beach: a quality, well-built and spacious home that residents will enjoy living in, with everything you need only a few minutes walk away.

Morris and Fred didn’t stop there though, as they wanted to create a very special residential development in their town. They have lived in the community for decades, their families are growing up here and they know how special Qualicum Beach is.

Your award-winning design and build team

They brought together an award-winning team including Architect Carsten Jensen, a sustainable architecture expert; interior design specialists IDG; and Doyle Construction, known for their work with numerous area landmark buildings. Their goal is to create a residential development that is ahead of its time environmentally using the latest in building technology, while offering the best in modern interior design and finishing detail.

At the same time, the team has created an elegant exterior design that reflects the charm of Qualicum Beach, as that is also an important part of their community.

Walking through the townhomes you will notice the comfort provided by the individual heat pump systems, the rich feel of wool carpets and engineered hardwood flooring, as well as appreciate the flexibility of having two master suites. The open space floor plans, and extensive decks and patio areas all provide lots of room for everyone. Each townhome also features an inline storage room on each level that was created to allow for the inclusion of a personal elevator now or at a later date. These homes were designed with the future in mind, both environmentally and for personal use.

First townhomes move-in ready

The first four townhomes will be ready for occupancy in June, with the next four, offering different floor plan options, available by early summer. Choose from 1,496 square feet models up to 1,787 sq. ft., with island or peninsula kitchens and south- or west-facing patios. Visit the show suite Saturday and Sunday between 1 and 3 p.m. or by appointment during the week. Ask about the special arrangements available if you need to sell your present home.

Contact Ian Lindsay of RE/MAX Anchor Realty at ian@ianlindsay.ca or 250-951-6531 or visit www.livethe180.com.

 

The 180 on First Avenue can be your perfect centrally located home in Qualicum Beach.

The 180 on First Avenue can be your perfect centrally located home in Qualicum Beach.

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