Sooke’s Sunriver Estates launches The Pointe Townhomes This Weekend

The Pointe at Sunriver Esates

On our weekly MLS® tour yesterday, we were invited to Sooke’s popular master-planned community, Sunriver Estates to view their first multi-family development, the Pointe. The Pointe is a 4-unit-per-building townhouse complex, with 32 units sitting on 7 acres on a peninsula which juts out from De Mamiel Drive and is surrounded by the steep banks of De Mamiel Creek. The setting is stunning, and the townhomes are certainly impressive. The show suite we went through of course had all the bells and whistles upgrades – luxurious soaker tubs, hardwood floors, quartz countertops. The units are all one-level (although some require a climb of stairs from the front door) and range in size from about 1500 to nearly 1700 square feet, and feature open floor plans with lots of windows to enjoy the lush rainforest outside your door.

Prices start at $359,900 including GST. Sunriver knows their market and has done a spectacular job of their first multi-unit development. The show suite opens to the public this weekend, June 21 and 22

Tim Ayres

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Published by Tim Ayres

Tim Ayres is a Sooke and Victoria BC REALTOR®, with Royal LePage Coast Capital Realty. Tim is actively involved in helping clients buying and selling real estate in the southern Vancouver Island region. Tim is an active member of the Victoria Real Estate Board and served seven years (2009-2015) as a director, including serving as President in 2014.

2 thoughts on “Sooke’s Sunriver Estates launches The Pointe Townhomes This Weekend

  1. As a real estate agent myself I am seeing quartz countertops pop in lots of homes. It’s becoming quite the positive selling point.

  2. Thanks Scott. Quartz/granite counter tops have been popular in our area for at least the last 6 or 7 years. They are still very expensive, however, and hence my Dad likes to say “once you’ve got them, you’re married to them, so be sure you like the colour/style!”

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