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Edgewater opens doors in South Surrey

A new condominium development offering "rustic charm" while allowing residents the chance stay in touch with nature held its official grand opening this month in South Surrey.

A new condominium development offering “rustic charm” while allowing residents the chance stay in touch with nature held its official grand opening this month in South Surrey.

Edgwater, set along the Nicomekl River (15185 36 Ave.) amid forested parkland, invited guests and prospective home-buyers to the afternoon event, Saturday, Sept. 17.

The new development has been popular thus far, with 100 homes sold in the first 90 days.

Surrey Coun. Marvin Hunt noted at the grand opening ceremony that it is rare a development designates 80 per cent of the total acreage to green space.

It is a perfect fit within the community as Edgewater will continue to attract new home buyers to the area, while maintaining the natural landscapes that make South Surrey an ideal place to call home,” Hunt said.

 

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