The one, two and three bedroom townhomes at Moonlight Ridge in Duncan are a great option if you’re ready to downsize or upgrade. Close to shopping, trails, schools and healthcare!

Home ownership is more affordable than you think!

We rely on our homes more than ever before. Is it time for a change?

Our homes are an extension of who we are.

Now more than ever, we rely on our homes to be our office, school, gym, restaurant and weekend sanctuary. With so much going on at home, do you wish you had more space?

The housing market in Victoria shows no signs of slowing, but just over the Malahat there are great opportunities for young families and empty nesters to spread out and put down roots. Home ownership is more affordable than you think, and you don’t have to sacrifice convenience or amenities to get it. Are you ready to move in?

What are you looking for in a home?

Now that you know homeownership is within your budget, what does your dream neighbourhood look like? Moonlight Ridge in west Duncan has plenty of great features both in in the area and inside your home.

  • Downtown shopping: Moonlight Ridge is in the heart of the new shopping centre at Berkey’s Corner, home of a 49th Parallel Grocer and other great shops. Your new watering hole is The Oak Neighbourhood Pub, and downtown Duncan is just five minutes away with a growing selection of one-of-a-kind shops.
  • Excellent education and healthcare: École Mount Prevost Elementary is just a short walk down the road from your new home, with a lauded program for students from kindergarten to grade seven. If healthcare is more of a priority, Cowichan District Hospital is right around the corner — far enough that you won’t be bothered by late night noise, but very convenient for doctor’s visits.
  • Nature at your door: The wide, flat Cowichan Valley Trail is just steps from your door, perfect for morning walks with the dog or a full day cycling adventure. The trail is part of The Great Trail which stretches across Canada, and includes historic trestles that make for stunning photos. Duncan is a great starting point for all sorts of outdoor adventures: swim or fish in Somenos Lake, play by the ocean, or camp under towering old growth forest. And don’t forget Sherman Road Soccer Park right across the street!
  • Quality finishes from a local architect: Alan Lowe Architect Inc. is a small Vancouver Island firm that combines innovative design with local knowledge for elegant, cost-effective homes. The 19 townhomes at Moonlight Ridge boast quartz countertops, hardwood flooring, and convenient crawlspace storage as well as plenty of other high-end details.

Visit moonlightridge.ca to explore floor plans for one, two, and three bedroom townhomes starting at just $279,800! Stop by the presentation centre on site at 3248 Sherman Rd to learn more — open Wednesday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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Now more than ever, we rely on our homes to be our office, school, gym, restaurant and weekend sanctuary. Make your new home at Moonlight Ridge in Duncan!

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