Volume 14 - Spring 2012

Introducing Parkhomes At The Grove

Coming this autumn is The Grove: 2, 3 and 4-bedroom parkhomes, just across the street from the established, family oriented neighbourhood of Clayton Rise. These forest-inspired homes are designed with woodsy elements of cedar shingle accents and timber struts, and situated in a unique community with green space galore and the lower mainland’s most enviable amenities.

About The Green

The thoughtfully designed community plan features two concentric rings of parkhomes. Homes in the inner circle cluster around a woodland grove, while homes in the outer circle back on to the greenways that border three sides of the property. As a result, 80% of the homes will be directly on a park or greenspace.

About The Envy

Resort-style amenities will make The Grove the envy of the Lower Mainland. There’s over 9,000 square feet of facility space, including a floor hockey court, fitness centre, cinema, and full entertainment lounge on site. In addition, residents will enjoy full access to the heated outdoor pool at Clayton Rise, just across the street. With so many ways to spend your leisure time, you’ll be squeezing bite-sized weekend teasers into Tuesday evenings and Thursday afternoons.

A Plan For All Seasons

Whatever the weather, there’s a lot of fun to be had without leaving home at The Grove. Spend balmy afternoons on the patio with a cold drink in your hand, a steak sizzling on the grill, and nothing much on your mind. When the heat starts to feel like too much of a good thing, walk across the street to cool off in the Clayton Rise pool. On monsoon days, stay dry and cozy by watching The Avengers in the comfort of your tiered movie theatre with full surround sound. Or work up a hearty appetite playing floor hockey on your own court.

People And Trees: A Beautiful Friendship

Trees do a lot for us. Beyond turning carbon dioxide into the oxygen we breathe, they provide us with shade and privacy, and offer shelter from wind and rain. Studies have shown that hospital patients recover more quickly when their rooms look onto views of trees. With their changing foliage and flowers, deciduous trees mark the passing of the seasons. Their leafy ceilings define our outdoor spaces and create natural places for play and conversation. Trees inspire feelings of peace and tranquillity, and make us feel at home. It only seems natural to plan Townline’s newest community around a grove of these gentle beauties.

For more information, register online at or call 604.533.6968.

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