November 11, 2019

Five Road by Anthem in Richmond

Distinctly West Coast modern and boasting an eye-catching curb appeal, Anthem’s Five Road is winning hearts among families and downsizers alike.

Conveniently located on No. 5 Road just north of Steveston Highway, these 47 move-in-ready townhomes bring a new level of style to the neighbourhood.

“When people walk through our show homes, the most common reaction is, ‘Wow, this is the most beautiful community I’ve seen in Richmond,’” says Jacquie Darmanin, sales manager.

Big Bright Interiors

Inside, the homes at Five Road are designed to live large, with open floorplans, lots of windows, plus sophisticated fixtures and finishings. Master suites feature dramatic 12-ft. ceilings and a luxurious spa-inspired ensuite. It all combines to create the ambiance of a single-family home.

“One of the floorplans that’s been well received, especially among downsizers, is our two-level design — something that’s unique in this market. These homes range up to 1,586 sq. ft.,” Jacquie says, “and are wider than average. They also include special features like an open den with skylight on the upper landing.”

Five Road’s four-bedroom plans have redefined townhome living with a secondary wok kitchen that features a gas range, Sakura hood fan, and a window. “Usually, you find a wok kitchen only in a custom single-family home,” Jacquie says.

“Function and utility were key design principles of these homes.”

And here’s yet another cool feature. Every home has a side-by-side garage that’s pre-wired for an EV charging station, so you’re ready for the future.

Enviable location

Ready to talk convenience? Five Road’s location has it. You’re within easy walking distance to shopping at both the Ironwood Plaza and Coppersmith Corner. There’s a daycare just across the street, top schools including the elite Richmond Christian School are close by, and of course, the Village of Steveston is just down the road when you fancy some of the best fish and chips in the Lower Mainland. All this, plus the five-acre, city-owned Garden Park right across the street.

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