The 1,623-square-foot Owl is one of the newest floorplans from Arbor Park, Nanaimo’s multi-phase planned community from Vancouver Island’s award-winning PacificGold Homes.

The 1,623-square-foot Owl is one of the newest floorplans from Arbor Park, Nanaimo’s multi-phase planned community from Vancouver Island’s award-winning PacificGold Homes.

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With its timeless design, smart, functional floorplan and efficient, easy-care features, Arbor Park’s new Owl home checks a lot of boxes for home-buyers. Add a sought-after north Nanaimo neighbourhood, and this is a nest you’ll want to settle into for years to come.

Owl is one of the newest floorplans from Arbor Park, Nanaimo’s multi-phase planned community from Vancouver Island’s award-winning PacificGold Homes. With Phase 1, Perch, 60 per cent sold, Arbor Park is designed as a vibrant, diverse community for everyone from young families to empty nesters, with a complementary range of homes – step-less bungalows, multi-storey family homes with legal suites and more

Beyond its classic, Craftsman exterior, the Owl offers a unique opportunity – largely single-floor, open-plan living in the main home, with the benefit of a legal suite below.

At 1,623 sq.ft., the three-bedroom, three-bath home features a spacious main-floor master with walk-in closet and three-piece ensuite, ideal for empty nesters looking to age in place in elegant comfort.

Step into a coastal-inspired interior with 9’ main-level ceilings, laminate wood underfoot and natural gas fireplace with custom mantle and tile surround, plus the option to customize your nest with an extensive list of upgrades.

The great room boasts a roomy kitchen overlooking the living and dining areas, with a comfortable deck for al fresco dining. In a kitchen designed for easy entertaining, find Craftsman-style cabinets and millwork, quartz countertops and an appliance package featuring a stainless steel gas range, dishwasher, French door refrigerator with bottom freezer, and microwave-hood combination.

Located off the entry, find a second bedroom or home office space, and main-floor laundry with Whirlpool washer and dryer. Downstairs is a third spacious bedroom and bathroom, plus a separate 593-sq.ft. suite – ideal as a “first home” for adult children or a mortgage helper.

The peace of mind you want

Built by Nanaimo’s Tectonica, Owl pairs the flexible floorplan with easy West Coast living, including 30-year fibre cement siding with rain screen technology, 30-year fibreglass shingle roof, and low-maintenance, professionally landscaped front yards with in-ground irrigation. For added comfort and efficiency, homes include a ductless heat pump, natural gas tankless hot water, and Energy Star, low ‘E’ double-glazed vinyl windows, while your double garage offers ample space for workshop or storage.

The location you love

Understanding that location is as vital as the home itself, Arbor Park puts residents in the heart of north Nanaimo’s Boxwood neighbourhood. Minutes from all the amenities of Beban Park, shopping, dining and recreation are on your doorstep, along with easy access to downtown and Nanaimo Parkway.

Discover your new home today

Visit the Arbor Park sales centre on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. at 2205 Boxwood Rd., at the bottom of Mountain Vista Drive – follow the signs from Northfield Road and Boxwood Avenue.

To ensure appropriate physical distancing, a limit of one group of no more than three individuals is permitted at one time. While it’s still ideal to book appointments (call 250-915-1220 or email info@pacificgoldhomes.com), a New Home Specialist is available during open hours. Learn more at pacificgoldhomes.com and stay-up-to date on Facebook.

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Step into a coastal-inspired interior with 9’ main-level ceilings, and natural gas fireplace with custom mantle and tile surround, plus the option to customize your nest with an extensive list of upgrades.

Step into a coastal-inspired interior with 9’ main-level ceilings, and natural gas fireplace with custom mantle and tile surround, plus the option to customize your nest with an extensive list of upgrades.

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