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Finding a perfect view at Polygon's Tamarack

Polygon Homes is building on its reputation for quality homes with Tamarack, its newest condominum development in Coquitlam's Dayanee Springs community. With amazing features, a convenient location and plenty of amenities, it's easy to imagine calling Tamarack home.

"It is literally almost impossible to choose my favourite part," says sales manager Theresa Liljedahl says. "There are so many perfect things about it."

One of those perfect things is the amazing natural views from every home. Depending on where you are in the building, your new home will either look out at Mount Baker or at Coquitlam's Burke Mountain.

"The views are fantastic," Liljedahl says. Each home features an outdoor balcony or patio, with some ground-level homes including a private yard. Even when the weather outside isn't so great, the huge windows in your home will let the natural light pour in.

Inside, polished granite countertops and flat-panel laminate cabinetry in the kitchen is complemented by the stainless-steel appliances and warm wood laminate flooring, which continues into the other living areas. A full-height pantry is offered in some homes, which adds more storage space to a kitchen that is already wonderful. A breakfast bar perfect for a quick bite in the morning or gathering around during a dinner party is also an integral part of most of the homes.

The luxury continues in the spa-like bathrooms, with their gorgeous marble or quartz countertops and laminate cabinetry. Most homes include double sinks, which are a masterstroke of convenience for couples, and a deep soaker tub in the ensuite. A ceramic tile tub and shower surround with mosaic glass tile accents is clean and elegant, while the full-width vanity mirror is complemented by soothing lighting that will never put you in a bad light.

The two-bedroom homes are spacious and inviting, with thoughtfully designed floorplans that are great for couples, young families and roommates.

"Polygon can design a layout that is very attractive," Lilejedahl says. "They've perfected the plans to give you the most usable space."

Tamarack is the final phase in Polygon's Dayanee Springs community, and homeowners will be able to take advantage of everything that is already in place, including the gorgeous Timbers Club. The club includes an outdoor pool, whirlpool spa and kids club, a furnished terrace with a large barbecue, a fully equipped fitness studio and an amazing great room that is perfect for entertaining with its stone-clad fireplace, lounge seating and billiard table. It also holds a pet spa area, screening room and many other things.

"We've had weddings there, bridal showers, everything," says Liljehdahl. "You don't have to entertain at home if you have a group of people over."

If you want to venture off the property, shopping and dining at Coquitlam Centre mall and its surrounding area is just a few minutes away. Education is available at Douglas College's David Lam campus and at the elementary and secondary schools in the neighbourhood. When it's some outdoor exercise you're in the mood for, Town Centre Park and Lafarge Lake are right outside, perfect for a run or cycle, and if golf is more your speed, Westwood Plateau Golf and Country Club is a few minutes away as well. The Evergreen Cultural Centre features travelling art exhibits, plays and other cultural activities, for those nights when you are in the mood for a bit of culture.

The homes at Tamarack are move-in ready, which is a great feature for potential buyers.

"You can walk through a home that you can actually purchase," Liljedahl says. "There's also no construction around us."

Homes at Tamarack start at $279,900. For more information, visit www.polyhomes.com/community/tamarack or call 604-552-3003.

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