Feel away from it all, without giving up the convenience of a central location, at the Lyra Residences.

Indoor-outdoor living, in the heart of Saanich

Location, setting and design unite at the Lyra Residences

Exceptional indoor-outdoor living in a serene setting, paired with an elegant design and a convenient location…It does not get much better than this.

And that’s exactly the focus of the Lyra Residences, a project in Saanich’s Christmas Hill neighbourhood.

Location, location

Centrally located near McKenzie Avenue and the Pat Bay Highway, the phased project is taking shape above Christmas Hill, offering easy access to Victoria’s amenities, from the airport and ferries to downtown Victoria. Venture off-Island, head to points north or enjoy everything your own community offers – it’s all within minutes of home.

Indoor-outdoor living

Seven suites remain in Lyra’s 39-unit Phase 1, completing this fall, with sales underway for the 38-unit Phase 2, all spacious, two-bedroom, two-bathroom suites. Enjoy expansive windows and balconies – perfect for enjoying the natural setting adjacent to the Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary – you’ll feel away from it all, without giving up the convenience of a central location.

The quiet, private and concrete buildings offer balconies up to 799 square feet for soaking in the sunshine or dining al fresco. Step outside your front door to hike to the top of Christmas Hill, stroll Swan Lake, or peddle the nearby Galloping Goose and Lochside trails.

Exceptional design:

Built on a solid foundation of concrete and steel, the Lyra offers the quiet privacy of your own two-bedroom home within a beautiful building designed by Victoria’s de Hoog & Kierulf architects.

Inside, choose from two luxurious colour palettes in walnut or champagne, with designer details like quartz countertops in kitchen and bathrooms, energy-efficient, stainless steel appliances.

Ready to learn more?

Visit the Lyra sales centre at Suite 604, 771 Vernon Ave. Saturday through Wednesday from 12 to 5 p.m., or Thursday and Friday by appointment only. Parking for prospective purchasers is available at the Lyra construction site (do not park on the private driveway leading to the Lyra site). Call 250-590-5777 for more information.

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From the transformative, mixed-use Sidney Pier to Victoria Distillers’ nationally-acclaimed, small-batch distillery, Marker Group is committed to building strong, sustainable communities, leading projects that enhance our landscapes, support the local economy, and leave a lasting mark.

Aplomado Developments has built it all, from single-family custom homes to multi-unit strata developments. After 25 years, they are known for their versatility and quality with buildings that stand the test of time.

 

Choose from two luxurious colour palettes in walnut or champagne, with designer details like quartz countertops and energy-efficient, stainless steel appliances.

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