Living in Langley
February 6, 2019
With a bustling main street, nearly 20 parks, half a dozen neighborhoods, and a state-of-the-art public transportation system, Langley has a lot to offer residents at Latimer Heights.
Whether you’re into food, festivals, fishing or fabulous shopping, Langley, BC has something for everyone. If you’re planning a move to a brand-new single-family home at Latimer Heights this spring, here’s what you can look forward to having at your doorstep.
Parks and Nature Trails
From neighbourhood playgrounds to larger parks with nature trails, Langley has no shortage of green space. With a permanent stage equipped for live performances, an adventure playground, tennis courts, a water park, and basketball hoops, Douglas Park is the main park in Langley for events, festivals, and a variety civic activities. Located a short drive from lots for sale at Latimer Heights. For a more peaceful park experience close to Vesta’s new home development, there’s nothing quite like a walk through Sendall Gardens which boasts nearly 4 acres of exotic plants, shrubs and trees, as well as nature trails and ponds, and wildlife. Sendell Gardens is perhaps the most peaceful public space in the city. Lastly, there is not a dog in Langley that doesn’t love to romp around Uplands Offleash Dog Park.
Festivals and Events
If there’s a city in BC that likes to celebrate it’s Langley. Street banners in Langley’s commercial district are, more often than not, promoting an upcoming event. In August Langley is home to the Arts Alive Festival and in September the Langley Cruise-In, a very large annual car show, takes over. McBurney Plaza located downtown Langley
is also a much loved outdoor space for street performances civic events. Some other popular Langley festivals and events happening close to Vesta’s new single-family homes at Latimer Heights include the Fort Langley Beer and Food Festival, and the Farmers Markets Bake Off.
Vesta’s new single-family homes and townhomes for sale in Langley are conveniently located close to a variety of shopping experiences. Downtown Langley is home to more than 500 shops and services while 150 plus retail stores and professional services can be found at Willowbrook Shopping Centre near Latimer Heights. For unique hand-made gifts and a variety of independent boutique shops, head north from Latimer Heights for a short and scenic drive to Fort Langley Village.
The City of Langley is well served by the nearby Carvolth bus exchange, making it easier than ever for residents to access the Greater Vancouver Area.
With nearly 2,000 new homes for sale, Latimer Heights is a gorgeous 74-acre master-planned new home development and the new gateway to Langley.