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Just Sold: 38351 Summit View Drive, Downtown Squamish

End unit town home in Eaglewind Nature's Gate development. Perfect location: walk to shopping, restaurants, amenities, 11.5 acre park, recreation and hiking trails. Fabulous open/wide floor plan with lots of windows, high ceilings, Chef's kitchen with island, stone counter tops, adjoining dining and large deck with gas bbq hook-up. [read more]

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What is happening with Garibaldi at Squamish? | Squamish Chief

Former city planner and Squamish resident Sabina FooFat is on record as having opposed the earlier iteration of the Garibaldi at Squamish project. The previous plan for two golf courses, in particular, irked FooFat, who formerly worked for the District of Squamish for a decade and the City of Vancouver for five years. But times, plans and opinions change. [read more]

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New Price: 41446 GOVERNMENT RD, SQUAMISH

Like new 4 bed craftsman home with detached garage in Sunny Brackendale. Built-in 2004, this home has it all! Upstairs, find 3 generous bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. The master with its own five piece ensuite and walk in closet is ideal for a king bed and sitting area. The main level offers 9′ ceilings, a fourth bedroom and a formal living room with gas fireplace. [read more]

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New Listing: THOUGHTFULLY RENOVATED END UNIT TOWNHOME IN SQUAMISH

#32 is an updated end unit with a large garage and tons of storage. Recent updates include flooring, kitchen counter and backsplash, appliances, complete bathroom update, paint and patio updates. Ask for the full list! With only a quick 45 min drive to North Vancouver and 35 minutes to Creekside in Whistler, this location gives you the best of Squamish living with access to world class amenities. [read more]

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JUST SOLD: RENOVATED SQUAMISH FAMILY HOME ON OVERSIZED LOT

I am very excited to announce that my colleague Jenny Gill from VPG Realty and I have just sold a renovated family home on an oversized lot in Brackendale, Squamish. [read more]

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Hidden Gems: Squamish offers full outdoor experience along with craft beer

That nature experience includes world-class rock climbing, hiking in Garibaldi Provincial Park, windsurfing and kite boarding in the Squamish estuary at the tip of Howe Sound, mountain biking trails in nearby woods, and eagle watching on floats along the Squamish River. [read more]

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New Listing: Renovated Squamish Family home on oversized lot

Renovated Brackendale family home! This home boasts new flooring and a new open concept kitchen with stainless appliances, great layout with 3 bedrooms up. [read more]

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JUST SOLD: #62 SEVEN PEAKS TOWNHOME IN SQUAMISH

I am pleased to announce the sale of another 3 bedroom townhome at Seven Peaks by Polygon in Squamish. Seven Peaks is a collection West Coast-style townhomes in beautiful Squamish. Built for family life and making the most of the great outdoors of Squamish, these three and four bedroom homes are spaciously laid out and focus on creating a sense of community. [read more]

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SQUAMISH: SEA-TO-SKY CITY THE NEXT MAJOR EXURB

Squamish is both quickly becoming a commuter suburb of Vancouver, and undergoing an industrial expansion unseen in decades. And as more Lower Mainlanders are looking to Squamish as an option, driving up house prices. The benchmark price for a detached house increased 27 per cent from $658,600 to $836,100 between March 2015 and March 2016 alone. [read more]

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NEW TRANSIT ROUTES COULD CONNECT VANCOUVER TO SQUAMISH, WHISTLER & PEMBERTON

Transit service from Vancouver up the Sea-to-Sky and as far north as Pemberton could be a real thing in the near future. The concepts were created after positive support was given for a potential service in the Sea–to-Sky region, during the first round of public consultations in the fall of 2016. [read more]

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Province gets behind plan to expand Sea to Sky transit

Public transit along the Sea to Sky has long been a hot topic, especially as the number of commuters from Squamish to downtown Vancouver and the North Shore continues to grow. The province is now getting behind discussions in the Sea to Sky region on how to improve transit service. [read more]

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