Michelle Anderson - REALTOR®

Making home ownership simple

778-386-3765
michelle@hausre.com

Considering a move to South Surrey?

Are you considering a move to South Surrey?

 

 

With all the recent development in the Grandview Heights neighbourhood of South Surrey it has created new shopping opportunities like The Shops at Morgan Crossing all in close proximity to all of the new residential developments like SOHO 2, Pacific Heights (Morningstar), Hycroft 2, The Collection at Orchard Grove, Dawson's Creek, Semiah and Viridian Townhomes just to name a few.

 

Some of the benefits of moving to South Surrey is that it offers convenient connections to the United States through the Peace Arch and Pacific Highway border crossings and there are also countless treasured natural features in South Surrey including the Serpentine Fen Nature Reserve, Sunnyside Urban Forest and Redwood Park. South Surrey is also home to a number of premier recreational facilities such as Softball City, South Surrey Recreation Centre and Hazelmere Country Club.

 

Throughout Surrey investments are being made in each of the community centres to offer residents improved access to recreation and fitness, transportation, police services and green spaces. This makes each community a vital part of a truly livable, modern city.

 

So if you are looking to move out of Vancouver and want to purchase a family home in South Surrey, let us know – we are here to help!

 

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