This fully loaded custom home includes five bedrooms plus den, office and four bathrooms!
Exterior details include a totally fenced backyard with extensive brick pavers and rock walls, a double garage and separate single garage with attractive wood doors, an underground sprinkler system, as well as a 900 square foot private sundeck with built-in saltwater pool, and hot tub.
The interior offers victorian cherry cabinets, a glass breakfast bar and bay window breakfast nook, vaulted and over-height ceilings, rustic maple floors throughout the main level, crown mouldings, french doors, a stone fireplace, wrought iron railings, and a spa-inspired master ensuite with heated slate floor.
Additional features include: heat pump, built-in Bose speakers, tons of storage, and RV parking all on a quiet cul-de-sac.
One of the fastest growing municipalities in British Columbia, Langford is a young, vibrant community nestled in the heart of southern Vancouver Island’s recreational parks region. As the fastest growing city in the Capital Regional District, Langford is an economic hub offering a wealth of employment, business and recreational opportunities. It’s rapid development and surplus of urban entertainment are eclipsed only by its wealth of natural beauty and outdoor recreational offerings.
Numerous lakes for fishing, swimming, and boating are just a moment away including Langford lake, Glen Lake, and Florence Lake, while residents are also blessed with an abundance of hiking, camping, picnicking, and wildlife watching regions, such as Goldstream Provincial park’s old-growth rainforest with its yearly salmon run, Thetis Lake Regional Park, and the extensive trail systems throughout the mountainous terrain surrounding and ascending Mount Finlayson, and Mount Wells. Fast and slow-paced fun coexist here with Bear Mountain’s cycling trails and world-class hotel and spa, Western Speedway’s auto and demolition racing track, or any of the region’s three world renowned golf courses, just minutes away.
Langford is located on southern Vancouver Island, 9 km (6 mi) from Victoria, with a population nearing 23,000. With a Walkscore of 48, residents of Langford are fairly car dependant. Some neighbourhoods may be close enough to certain amenities to walk or bike for household necessities, however most errands will require a car, especially if a trip to Victoria is needed. Located along the Galloping Goose Regional Trail, biking from home to the Victoria core is commonplace, while Langford’s trolley services make it easy for commuters to travel around town and to connect with BC Transit to take them into Victoria, or any other CRD municipality.
Young as it is, Langford has grown quickly with the addition of many big city conveniences such as Millstream Village and Westshore Town Centre, each offering an abundance of retailers and services including major department, grocery, and retail chain stores as well as the nearby Imax-equipped Cineplex movie theatre. Sooke School District 62 services the Langford area and is comprised of 18 elementary, 4 middle, and 3 secondary schools. Due to rapid expansion in the region, two new, state-of-the-art schools, Belmont Secondary, and Royal Bay Secondary, were constructed to LEED Gold standard in 2015.
Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, the Strait of Georgia and the Inside Passage, Vancouver Island is known as “the Hawaii of the North”. With its vast wilderness, picturesque peaks, and temperate climate, this stunning locale is a paradise for those seeking serenity and natural beauty. A breadth of lifestyles are available here from charming coastal communities and pastoral estates, to busy urban centres.
Unlike much of Canada, Vancouver Island's weather is mild year-round. Spring comes early, with cherry blossom, tulip, and daffodil blooms lit by sparkling ocean sunsets. Summer is close behind, with the first sightings of migrating whales and local fishermen. In fall, a plethora of farms, vineyards, orchards, cideries, and breweries take local culinary culture to new heights. Come winter, cars loaded with kayaks, surfboards, paddle boards, skis, and snowboards come out to play, while golfers teeing off, and joggers taking to the trails remain common sights. Whatever the season, there’s plenty to enjoy on Vancouver Island.
From the remote Canadian surf-capital, Tofino in the north, to the tech-friendly historic harbour city of Victoria in the south, Vancouver Island is a mecca of world-class destinations, and facilities:
Known also as "The Garden City" for its perpetual greenery and rarely freezing temperatures, Victoria is the capital of British Columbia, and is a thriving collection of municipalities from it's historical urban centre, to it's various suburban, and rural developments both inland and oceanfront.
Located 15-minutes from Victoria in fast-growing Langford, Bear Mountain Mountain Resort is one of North-America's finest recreational developments, It is home to Canada's only 36 holes of Nicklaus Design golf, its largest indoor/outdoor red clay court tennis centre, and an extensive network of top-tier mountain bike trails. It is the headquarters of Golf Canada's National Development Team, the Canadian National Mountain Bike Team and is supported by Tennis Canada and Tennis BC.
The Victoria International Marina, completed in 2019 offers full-service premium luxury yacht moorage for yachts from 65-feet to 175-feet in the heart of Victoria. With 28-slips, upscale security and safety, amenities, concierge services and crew facilities, this is the ultimate port-of-call from which to cast off and explore North America's most spectacular cruising waters, the Pacific Northwest and Inside Passage,
Centrally situated in the lush Cowichan Valley, Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit is Canada's only year-round motorsport circuit. This highly technical circuit features 19 corners and 11.5% in elevation changes, and is committed to providing the highest quality professional training, track-side support, and driver's education available.
Only a 45-minute drive from Victoria, the Cowichan Valley often referred to as the "Napa of the North" is home to 14 unique wineries. This cool climate viticulture is paired with a growing list of craft cideries, breweries, and distilleries located throughout the island, but mostly concentrated in the south in and around the agriculturally-rich Saanich Peninsula.
There are more than 200 islands in the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve located between Vancouver Island and mainland British Columbia. Teeming with land and sea life including seals, whales, eagles, otters, and porpoises this area is home to numerous rarely explored precious ecosystems. The larger islands are serviced by BC Ferries while the smaller ones can only be reached by private boat or float plane.
Convenient international access to Vancouver Island includes numerous ferry routes to and from mainland Canada and the USA, the award-winning Victoria International Airport, as well as numerous private flight operators, airfields and heliports scattered island-wide.