Heritage On The Square
- Address: 311 Laval Square, Coquitlam
- Postal Code: V3K 2E3
- Building Number: 7363
- Number of Floor: 3
- Number of Unit: 8
- Strata Plan: BCS4109
- Year Built: 2011
- Building Name: Heritage On The Square
Heritage On The Square in Coquitlam was built in 2011, located at 311 Laval Square. Contains 3 floors and 8 units. Located on Laval Square and Cartier Avenue in the historical French Canadian community of Maillardville, in the City of Coquitlam, close to Superstore, Silvercity Theatres, Crash Crawly's Adventure Fun Centre and Ikea. Included in this development is the restoration of the Bedard Heritage House, originally constructed in 1912. This is the first Heritage revitalization agreement of its kind with the City of Coquitlam making this an exciting development for both Berndt Developments Inc and the City of Coquitlam. The notable landmarks around Heritage On The Square are Mackin Park, Como Creek Park and Rochester Park. Easy access to Highway 1 and other major routs allows for an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Burnaby, Vancouver and Surrey.
It's a collection of spacious 2 and 3 bedroom townhouses with your life style in mind, each with an impeccable French Canadian heritage style, classic neutrals and sophisticated heritage colour tones, accented with architectural details to inspire a mood of heritage elegance, giving Heritage on the Square a one of a kind historic charm. From ground level the townhouses are displaying good curb appeal with a heritage-styled theme. The exterior consists of Hardi Plank finish and asphalt shingle roof. The driveways are laid with paved stone, concrete walkways, and are accented with professionally landscaped gardens.
It's consists of 8 townhomes featuring open floor plan, extra height ceilings, sound proof construction and insulation, security system, walk-in closet, laundry, efficient energy star, natural gas forced air heating systems, granite countertops, tiled backsplash, crown mouldings, skylights, large decks and garage. Enjoy a rich and diverse culture living on a historic square that provides a back drop to the Notre Dame de Lourdes Church, and the newly restored Bedard House, or stroll directly across the street to the Place Maillardville Community Center for daycare and program activities.