Morrison Creek Commons living is all about lifestyle and loving where you live! Acres of parkland and the rushing sounds of Morrison Creek gives a uniquely private, forested rural feel with all the amenities to enjoy within the City of Courtenay. Our feature 7-acre-park with walking trails, picnic areas, sustainable rain gardens and woodland full of stunning tall Red Cedar and Douglas Fir trees on the 20 acre architecturally and environmentally planned site. The common ownership in all 4 phases of Morrison Creek Commons exhibits a strong sense of local community, enables neighbourly connections, along with year round garbage and recycle collection and snow removal for stress free living. The six models from Ranchers to 2-Storey homes are architecturally designed with state of the art Green Building standards implemented.
Mountain West Properties, while receiving approval for Morrison Creek Commons, was hailed by the City Council as the "best single family development" in 12 years that Courtenay has seen - simply put, the development fits the land and the environment. At Mountain West, our policy is "we cannot sell value if our projects are not equipped with built in value for the purchaser". As each phase develops, value will be added to your home. Our purchasers will have a wonderful place to live, while enjoying the amenities and location. Home Ownership Made Easy (H.O.M.E.) goes with investing within a community and knowing its future is planned!
Nestled between the Beaufort Mountains and the Strait of Georgia, and centrally located on Vancouver Island, City of Courtenay - Town of Comox - Comox Valley Regional District are the largest urban centres in the North Island. Being one of the most vibrant communities on Vancouver Island and with a growing population of 64,642; Courtenay and the immediate surrounding areas are able to offer that big city feel with the big box stores, but small town appeal with its many charming and local specialty stores, galleries and museums.
The Comox Valley boasts a reputation of being a year round recreation destination and has something for anyone, of any age. Practice your golf at one of the numerous courses or explore the excellent hiking, mountain biking, walking and cycling trails, especially along the Puntledge River System. Take the family on a heritage tour, fossil hunting, picnicking in one of the 40 surrounding parks, skiing at Mt. Washington or sailing or boating along the Strait of Georgia. Or simply indulge in the freshness of the local farms and vineyards. The Comox Valley Region has the 2nd largest airport on Vancouver Island, which offers direct flights to Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Mexico, or you could sail away and explore Desolation Sound, Sunshine Coast and many of the Gulf Islands.
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