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New Heights of Family Living at Plateau in South Surrey

Stress-free, customized purchase of stunning new single-family home can be yours at Foxridge Homes’ Plateau at Grandview Heights

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REW.ca
January 24, 2017






After spending a few frustrating months looking for a resale home, Ashifa Jumani decided to consider a new build.

“I spent so much time last year going to open houses only to find out the homes had multiple bids, and they all went for more than the asking price,” says Jumani.

The professional mother of a seven-year-old daughter began researching some of the top Lower Mainland builders. She was impressed with what she read about Foxridge Homes.

“Foxridge has a reputation as a fantastic builder that stands behind their homes,” she adds. “When I visited the sales centre at Plateau at Grandview Heights, I knew this is where I wanted to live.”

Jumani says the whole purchasing process was stress free.

“I was able to choose everything, from the colour to the cabinetry, to finishing the basement (upgrade) to make my home really mine,” says Jumani.  “I can’t stress enough how professional its sales team is.”

The award-winning developer’s Plateau at Grandview Heights is a collection of 65 single-family homes, all between 2,650 and 2,700 square feet, in the highly desirable Grandview Heights neighbourhood of South Surrey.

“Phase 1 (19 residences) sold out in two months,” says Jennifer Collins, Foxridge Homes project sales manager. “Buyers were drawn to Foxridge’s reputation, but also because they like that Plateau is in an established neighbourhood with great amenities, yet away from the busy roads.”

Foxridge is now preselling Phase 2 and is expecting to open a brand-new show home in late spring.

The contemporary, open-concept, three-bedroom homes feature 10-foot-high ceilings, hardwood flooring on the main floor, a stunning linear fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen with premium cabinetry, a Samsung stainless-steel appliance package, a kitchen island and quartzcountertops. They also boast a two-car garage and a fully fenced backyard.

“Some homes will even offer a three-car driveway with a detached two-car garage, which is a rare find in new home builds,” adds Collins. 

Purchasing a Foxridge home means buyers have exclusive access to its Foxridge Design Centre, where home buyers can personalize and customize their new home – from flooring to faucets, cabinets to counters, and much more.

Plateau at Grandview Heights is centrally located to Morgan Crossing, Grandview Corners and the new state-of-the-art recreational facility, the Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre. Besides being close to parks and trails, recreation and shopping, the homes are a short drive to Crescent Beach and Ocean Park. 

South Surrey also has a reputation for having excellent schools, including the award-winning Southridge, a co-ed private school catering to kindergarten to Grade 12 students, which is only five minutes away from the Plateau community.

For more than six decades, Foxridge Homes has been the largest builder of single-family-detached homes in Western Canada. They have built a reputation for designing classic, energy efficient homes for today’s busy families. Known for innovation, inspired floor plans, and a wonderful sense for colour and texture, they build homes that echo the way people live, work and play.

Plateau at Grandview Heights Presales Centre, located at 15879 29A Avenue, Surrey, is open daily from noon to 5pm. These stunning homes start at $1.2 million (including GST). Tentative occupancy is set for September 2017.

For more information, call 604-560-6438, email plateau@qualico.com, or visit www.foxridgehomes.ca/metrovancouver.  


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