The spacious floor plans at The BLVD invite plenty of natural light to be enjoyed throughout your home.

The spacious floor plans at The BLVD invite plenty of natural light to be enjoyed throughout your home.

Meet you at The BLVD: Upscale townhome living comes to Crown Isle Boulevard

Amenities and location unite in unique Courtenay development

What do you get when you combine stunning views, prime location and a well-built development?

The perfect place to call home, of course!

With Phase 1 almost complete, The BLVD townhomes by Westurban Developments on Crown Isle Boulevard are bringing families one step closer to their future home in East Courtenay, one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the Comox Valley.

The new, 40-townhome project offers future homeowners an enviable lifestyle that blends urban amenities with the outdoor lifestyle the Island is known for, including views of the Coastal Mountains and the Strait of Georgia.

The prime location means you’ll enjoy shopping, entertainment and other amenities nearby – you’re just a quick drive to North Island Hospital and North Island College and within walking distance of Costco.

In the mood for some time outside time? The renowned Crown Isle Golf Course is on your doorstep and the region’s charming beaches are minutes away, meaning a staycation is a breeze! And, with the YQQ airport and the Powell River ferry close by, embarking on your next adventure – when it’s safe to do so – has never been easier.

With several floor plans to choose from, there’s something for everyone!

With several floor plans to choose from, there’s something for everyone!

The spacious floor plans invite open-concept main-floor living, with bedrooms on the upper floor. Inside, enjoy heated tile floors in the bathrooms, with vinyl in all other areas.

The inviting kitchens feature white cabinetry, quartz countertops and backsplashes, with high-end appliance packages available, or step outside onto your balcony and find a gas hookup for your barbecue, letting you take the cooking outside.

Walk-in closets and a garage afford plenty of storage, and with the option to incorporate an electric vehicle charger in your garage, your journey to sustainability just got easier.

Even better, your furry friends are also welcome as all units are pet friendly.

Check out the newest development in Courtenay today!

If you’re interested in buying a luxury townhome, you can contact them directly or visit them online to learn more.

The BLVD development is listed by Fisher Smith & Associates through Royal Lepage in the Comox Valley.

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