Their clients choose the Comox Valley because of the West Coast lifestyle, the friendly community, the amenities, the activities, the scenery and more. They also come from many different places, including Metro Vancouver, other parts of BC, Alberta, Ontario and of course, some Comox Valley residents have relocated to The Ridge.
Integra Homes has a bright and sunny 1,847 sq. ft. single-storey home complete and ready for occupancy in the Hampton Gate subdivision of the Crown Isle Community.
This well-designed new home for sale has many features including a spacious great room open to the kitchen, a kitchen island, two bedrooms, a den, a covered patio perfect for outdoor entertaining, as well as a shed and a two-car garage, with additional room for two more cars in the driveway!
Construction is now underway in Phase 4 of The Ridge at RiversEdge, a quiet real estate development by the Puntledge River in Courtenay, BC. Two new bungalow/rancher style homes will be 1,600 and 1,900 square feet in size and are on set on large lots. These single-storey homes are expected to be completed in late summer of 2018.
Ten new lots have recently received registration and 10 more lots are expected to be added to complete the latest 20 lot subdivision at The Ridge at RiversEdge in Courtenay, on a 5.24-acre site located near the Puntledge River.
Art Meyers, a licensed Realtor with Royal LePage in the Comox Valley has been representing Southwind Developments for over 10 years, as the realtor for these popular single-storey homes.
Single-family homes will be built on these oversized lots. Two homes, built in a rancher/bungalow style, will be the first homes to be built on the site. The homes will range in size from 1,600 sq. ft. to 1,900 sq. ft. Construction of new homes is expected to begin very soon.
Contact Art Meyers for more information, plans and pricing on these beautiful new bungalow style homes for sale in Courtenay.
Art Meyers Cell: 250.207.1879
Royal LePage in the Comox Valley: 250.334.3124
Two new subdivisions in the Crown Isle Golf Course and Resort Community are now under construction with roadworks and site preparation well under way.
The RISE Phase III & IV (69 Lots total) are scheduled to be completed sometime in June or early July, followed by the final extension of Crown Isle Drive – Cambridge Park Estates Phases V & VI (67 Lots total) – with registration expected in the late fall.
Building Links has compiled the construction statistics for the first quarter of 2018 for the Comox Valley and Campbell River communities. Compared to 2017 we reported an increase of 28 per cent in overall construction values in the areas of Courtenay, Comox, the Comox Valley Regional District, Cumberland and Campbell River. This amount was slightly higher than the 25 per cent increase reported comparing the first quarter of 2016 to 2017.
Total construction values for the first quarter of 2018 total $59.6 million compared to $46.4 million in 2017. There has been a slight decline in the construction of single family dwellings, and an increase in the construction of multi family residential housing including duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes and secondary dwellings.
The Comox Valley Regional District reported the highest increase (41 per cent) increase in single family construction when comparing 2017 to 2018, while the growth in other municipalities was primarily due to an in- crease in the construction of multi-family residential units.
Growth in Cumberland registered a 114 per cent increase during the first quarter of 2018, mostly due to multi-family residential housing construction. It is the same story in Campbell River as their construction statistics showed 41 per cent increase primarily due to an increase in permits for multi-residential housing.
The number of permits for single family homes are down slightly across all areas with the Comox Valley Regional District being the only community show- ing an increase when comparing 2018 to 2017. Moving forward for 2018 we expect to see a continued increase in the construction of secondary suites, carriage homes and secondary dwellings. We also expect to see an increase in the new construction of multi-residential housing for sale and new builds for rental housing and a decrease in the construction of single family homes for 2018.