Those who come out and see what Sooke has to offer will want to stay a lifetime.
Victoria, BC (PRWEB) November 09, 2011
The team behind Woodland Creek, a development of sustainable new homes in Sooke, BC, has just introduced a new buyer’s incentive, appealing to out-of-towners with cold, hard cash.
The relocation vacation encourages empty-nesters, those looking to downsize their housing and those looking to get out of the city to get out and experience Sooke on British Columbia's West Coast, located just a 35-minute drive from downtown Victoria, by offering a range of unique (and discounted) accommodations to stay at, giving visitors an inside-look at daily life within the small community.
And best of all? Those who fall in love with the town and end up buying a new home in the Woodland Creek neighbourhood by Totangi Properties Ltd. during the promotion period will have their Sooke vacation expenses reimbursed – to a maximum of $1,000.
“We created relocation vacation because we firmly believe that those who come out and see what Sooke has to offer will want to stay a lifetime,” said Blair Robertson, co-owner of Totangi Properties Ltd., the developer behind Woodland Creek. “With plenty of outdoor opportunities, from hiking the West Coast rainforest to beachcombing the Oceanside and cycling some of the many bike routes, dozens of cool shops and award winning restaurants’ and a range of annual festivals and events, Sooke is a fantastic place to live and play.”
Upon completion, the Woodland Creek neighbourhood will include a total of 180 residences (100 single-family and 80 townhomes) that are priced from $384,900 (net HST included), an area zoned as neighbourhood commercial and public parks (complete with a pond, walking trails and a playground). Keeping in step with their strong commitment to sustainability, Totangi Properties Ltd. created Woodland Creek to be the first new housing development in Sooke to offer residences with geo-exchange heating, cooling and hot water.
In addition, these Sooke new homes in the current phase of Woodland Creek are constructed to certified Built Green standards and have features that include gourmet kitchens, walk-in glass showers, engineered wood flooring, master suite walk-in closets and natural gas fireplaces.
For those interested in checking out Sooke, here are some accommodation options for relocation vacation-ers:
Sooke Harbour House – Geared towards Sooke visitors who enjoy the finer things in life, this package is the perfect way to relax after a long day spent exploring some of the many art galleries, museums, festivals and events. Relocation vacation-ers receive the Autumn Stay & Dine package with two nights at 50 per cent off regular room rates until Dec. 22, 2011, daily breakfast served in-room, a bottle of fine BC sparkling wine, house-made truffles and a four-course dinner for two each night. For more information on Sooke Harbour House packages, visit sookeharbourhouse.com.
By the Sea B&B – Sooke visitors looking for a small (and a bit quirky) Oceanside community to settle down in needn’t look further. This package is designed for relocation vacation-ers willing to step outside the box and spend a few nights aboard a 24-metre (80-foot) North Sea Trawler, located in the spectacular Sooke Harbour. Book a stay on Friday or Saturday and join the captain for a handmade sushi dinner! Cost per night starts at $120 per person. For more information, visit ontheseabnb.com.
Woodland Creek will be highlighting other Sooke hotel and lodging options on their blog.
Contact us for more information about real estate in Sooke or visit woodlandcreek.ca
About Totangi Properties Ltd. and Woodland Creek
Totangi Properties Ltd. is a locally owned and operated property development and land management company established in 1968. Brothers Warren and Blair Robertson work closely with a talented team of local professionals and the District of Sooke in the creation of Woodland Creek and are committed to creating affordable, high-quality residential properties with lasting homeowner value. For more information, visit totangi.ca.