River Residences are located in the 4200 block of River Road West at Port Guichon West and enjoy a unique setting within the Municipality of Delta.
The lots provide SPECTACULAR views:
- the picturesque sunsets
- the North Shore Mountains
- the unique ecological area of the Fraser River Delta
- the channels of the river as the water flows through the many islands between Ladner and Richmond
- never boring marine-related traffic frequents Ladner Reach and the southern main arm of the Fraser River
- the southern yards and views reach all the way out to Gulf Islands, the Tsawwassen ferry terminal and the Tsawwassen bluff.
A rare find in the lower mainland is the private water front and water access that each and every new home owner will be able to enjoy.
As an added bonus, sunny Ladner receives 40% less rain than Vancouver (887 mm vs 1476 mm annually). (According to statistics found on The Weather Network.)
Lying to the south of the delta of the Fraser River, there are numerous islands just off the mainland that are part of Ladner. Most are small and only reachable by boat, with exceptions like Reifel Island, which hosts a large bird sanctuary and is dedicated to protecting and preserving the numerous bird species found in the area, especially bald eagles and various owls. Westham Island is a fairly large island and a popular destination for its numerous organic farms, especially its berry farms.
Ladner Village is a heritage community with wide, boulevarded sidewalks, open-air cafes and local shops. There are some heritage residences in this area, mostly built in the 1930s. The Delta Museum and Archives are in the centre of Ladner Village, along with a town clock that is amongst the oldest in the Lower Mainland.
Ladner Trunk Road features two malls with supermarkets, great restaurants, new hockey rink, new public pool and recreation center and other modern shops and services. The town is experiencing a boom of condominium development in this area, and the population is growing accordingly. Schools, hospitals, doctors, pharmacies and veterinarians make the community extremely livable. There are numerous parks throughout the community, especially along the canals which formerly were used for transport through the area. No longer passable for boats, today they are clean and fresh to allow fishing along their banks.
The property is well situated along a quiet stretch of the South Arm of the Fraser River in British Columbia, Canada. Approximately two kilometres west of the Ladner Village Centre in Delta, the properties are directly on River Road West in an area known as Port Guichon West.