Making a move to South Point Walk

Streetside Developments is bringing convenience and luxury to South Surrey's emerging neighbourhood of South Point with South Point Walk.

Streetside Developments is bringing convenience and luxury to South Surrey’s emerging neighbourhood of South Point with South Point Walk, a collection of condominiums that is close to everything you can possibly imagine.

“This is a very unique location,” says Vanessa Isler, marketing and sales manager for Streetside, a division of Qualico. “There aren’t too many suburban locations where you can walk two minutes to get a coffee or dinner.”

South Point Walk is just steps from shopping and dining at South Point Exchange, as well as the boutiques at High Street via a walking path directly linking the two.

Homeowners will also have easy access to the U.S. border and Highway 99. Schools, golf courses and other leisure and recreation opportunities are also just minutes away.

The beauty and convenience of the location continues at the homes themselves. Outside, the West Coast contemporary architecture features bold roof lines, hardi shingles and arched brick accents. Each home has a large balcony, and the ground floor homeowners will have a spacious patio and direct access to green space.

Inside, the kitchen includes classic shaker-style cabinetry, complemented by a solid eased square-edge Quartzite countertop and full-height ceramic tile backsplash. Stainless-steel appliances, recessed pot lighting and under-cabinet task lighting all combine for a truly beautiful space.

The bathrooms are spa-inspired, with solid slab granite or Quartzite countertops and undermount basin sinks. The ensuite features contemporary flat panel cabinetry, in-floor heating and a hand-set ceramic tile tub or shower surround with marble tile accent. The second bathroom, where applicable, has shaker-style cabinetry and a deep soaker tub.

Streetside is counting down to the completion of the first phase this fall, and is currently offering a promotion on the available homes.

Homes at South Point Walk start at $226,900. For more information, visit www.southpointwalk.ca, call 604-560-3238 or visit the sales centre at South Point Exchange, 860-3014 152 Street, Surrey, open noon to 6 p.m. daily except Fridays.

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