JUST LISTED! Detached house. Unit 23 40137 Government Road in Amblepath, Garibaldi Estates, Squamish.
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This modern 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom detached home with a nanny/in-law suite is listed for only $640,000.
Home was built in 2009, with improvements made in 2013. Improvements include:
– fully wired, ventilated, insulated and heated studio/workshop
– fence enclosing entire yard
– blackout blinds
Features include a built-in 4 zone stereo system extending throughout the main floor living room, kitchen and outdoor spaces, 12 ft vaulted ceilings, beautiful gas fireplace and two spacious decks with natural gas hook-up for BBQ overlooking the gorgeous mountain views.
The main floor’s expansive kitchen is a chef’s dream with large stainless steel appliances, double oven, a dual fuel range, beautiful marble backsplash, quartz countertops, concrete flooring with radiant heat, generous storage space and an abundance of natural light.
A room for an office or playroom with adjoining 2 piece bathroom separates the kitchen from the spacious living room with large windows overlooking the yard and mountain views.
3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms are conveniently located on the top floor. The master bedroom has a tranquil en-suite with a large soaker tub and heated porcelain tile floor.
The lower floor has an “in-law/Nanny” suite/bedroom, mud room, and large garage. Total parking for 4 vehicles.
With a Walkscore of 68, many amenities are only a few steps or a short, flat bike ride away, like the daycare located inside the community-based Amblepath complex, Mamquam Elementary School and École Les Aiglons, shopping, recreation and public transportation.
Situated near some of the best mountain biking and hiking trails, world-class rock climbing and ski and snowboard resorts, 23 40137 Government Rd is a home you don’t want to miss out on. Call listing Realtor Kristine Krynitzki to book a viewing 778-918-4915 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Squamish Overview and History
Squamish (/ˈskwɔːmɪʃ/; 2011 census population 17,158) is a community and a district municipality in the Canadian province of British Columbia, located at the north end of Howe Sound on the Sea to Sky Highway. The population of the Squamish census agglomeration – including First Nation reserves of the Squamish Nation not governed by the municipality – is 15,256.
The town of Squamish had its beginning during the construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway in the 1910s. It was the first southern terminus of that railway (now a part of CN). The town remains important in the operations of the line and also the port. Forestry has traditionally been the main industry in the area, and the town’s largest employer was the Western Forest Products pulp mill. However, Western Pulp’s Squamish Operation permanently ceased operation on January 26, 2006. Before the pulp mill, the town’s largest employer had been International Forest Products (Interfor) with its sawmill and logging operation, but it closed a few years prior to the pulp mill’s closing. In recent years, Squamish has become popular with Vancouver and Whistler residents’ escaping the increased cost of living in those places, both less than one hour away by highway. Tourism is an increasingly important part of the town’s economy, with an emphasis on outdoor recreation.
Why is Squamish a great place to live?
Squamish, coined the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada, is truly the mecca of outdoor adventure sports. It is home to some of the world’s best rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, wind surfing, kite boarding and more.
Major Squamish attractions:
Stawamus Chief, commonly known as “The Chief”, is an enormous granite massif known for its world-class rock climbing and bouldering with over 300 routes and 3000 problems, attracting such legends as Alex Honnold, Dean Potter and Chris Sharma.
This Squamish site is also home to one of Greater Vancouver’s most famous hikes, the three peaks of “The Chief.”
Garibaldi Provincial Park is chalk full of some of BC’s best hikes. They are some of the best hikes trails close to Vancouver so many are quite popular including Elfin Lakes, Garibaldi Lake, Diamond Head, Panorama Ridge, and Black Tusk.
For mountain biking enthusiasts, there are more than 600 trails of varying levels. Test of Metal, the 67 km race famous throughout the mountain biking community takes place here. As well, the GranFondo – a huge global cycling race, passes through.
For runners, there are a great selection of road races as well as trail runs happening in Squamish. They include the ArcTeryx Squamish 50, Loop the Lakes Trail Race, and the Coast Mountain Trail Series‘ Survival of the Fittest and the Squamish 23km.
Wildlife enthusiast? Squamish’s Brakendale is home to one of North America’s largest population of bald eagles. Other wildilfe you can see in the area includes black bears, cougars, marmots and more.