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At more than 5,000 square feet, it’s both urbane and countrified. Its huge curb appeal comes from its sheer size and the symmetry of double-height windows.
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Lin Stranberg This Langley home is impressive in size, elegant in design and outfitted with fun details like secret doors and enough parking for all your ATV and boating needs. Photo by Sheila Say /PNG
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This year’s Hometown Heroes Lottery Home in Langley is an impressive sight. At more than 5,000 square feet, it’s both urbane and countrified. Originally built for his own family by Jag Johal of JJJ & Son Housing, this home has a lot of love to give. “There’s so much room here to grow. Everything is outsized,” Johal says.
Its huge curb appeal comes from its sheer size and the symmetry of double-height windows flanked by a double and a single garage door. (The single door can be driven through to the back.)
This together with elegant contemporary styling, big (19,000-plus-square-foot) lot size, generous backyard bordered by trees, and parking for 12 cars—or the equivalent in ATVs, RVs or boats on trailers—gives it the heart of the city with the soul of the country.
“It’s got a lot of…