River Bend at Cheakamus Crossing is a unique and exceptional neighbourhood that has been specifically designed with both the needs of the Whistler community and the environment in mind. The neighbourhood was developed prior to the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games to house visiting athletes and has since been converted into a vibrant, local community with a diverse housing mix, front door access to countless recreational opportunities and neighbourhood conveniences. Located 6 kilometres south of Whistler, across Highway 99 from Function Junction, Cheakamus Crossing, with its open, elevated locale, offers excellent sun exposure and views. The area is adjacent to an established network of walking, hiking and mountain biking trails, and backs onto the Cheakamus River, a short distance from both Cheakamus and Logger's Lakes. The site features views of Black Tusk, Whistler Peak, Mount Fee and the surrounding ranges.
Beyond the recreational opportunities offered by the neighbourhood's incredible natural setting, Cheakamus Crossing also features community athletic fields and parks areas. The River Bend townhomes are adjacent and include 20 units featuring contemporary mountain architecture. The low pitched roofs and large windows allowing full appreciation of dramatic mountain views and west exposure. Each unit has a single car garage and paver stone driveway and patio. Exteriors are fully landscaped and irrigated for maintenance free living. The nine exclusive wooded lots are on Madely Place. These properties are fully serviced with gas, underground utilities and are connected to the District Energy System. Zoning allows for a buildable area of up to 3,000 square feet and provides the opportunity to build your dream home and be part of the 2010 Olympic Legacy. These spacious and well planned homes and single-family lots are not price restricted and are available to the broad Whistler market.
For more details, please visit: www.riverbendhomes.ca
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