The Hudson offers all the same great things you’ve come to expect from new developments: open concept airy interiors, stainless steel appliances, and expansive windows. However, what makes the Hudson stand out is its small, boutique-style townhome community in a location that gives urbanites what they want, yet is slightly tucked away.
“South Surrey is exploding and booming … what makes the Hudson special is that it is a small offering of 41 townhomes across the street from the Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre and alongside a new community park,” says Michelle Boshard, vice president, Personal Real Estate Corporation. “Hudson is also in close proximity to all the urban amenities home buyers want yet slightly removed from the hustle and bustle.”
The Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre is already garnering rave reviews as a state-of-the-art facility with an Olympic-size pool, a waterfall, a family hot tub, an eight-metre-high waterslide and an upper floor fully equipped gym.
The Hudson is a boutique collection of three- and four-bedroom townhomes, ranging from 1,322 to 1,736 square feet, in a parkside setting in the reenergized Grandview Heights community. The exteriors blend the strength of James Hardie Plank, wood shingle and beauty of the Hardie Panel siding, while mature trees, grasses, flowering shrubs and plants surround the homes.
These West Coast-inspired residences feature everything you’d expect from a quality-built home, including kitchens with high end appliances plus an oversized center island, large private decks, powder rooms on the main floor, flex rooms as well as double car garages (plan specific).
What also makes Grandview Heights so enticing to home buyers is its close proximity to a number of highly rated schools - a few minutes’ walk from Pacific Heights Elementary and not far from the prestigious Southridge Private School. It is also close to the Shops at Morgan Crossing, beaches and golf courses and to the ease of commuter routes to Richmond, Vancouver, the Fraser Valley or the USA.
Grandview Heights has also created new shopping opportunities in close proximity to the Hudson. It’s called Grandview Corners and it offers more than 70 retail stores including fashion and accessories, home furnishings, and dining options.
This development is in a neighbourhood where abundant social activity is as accessible as the quiet and solitude one sometimes craves. Encircled by more than a dozen parks, Grandview Heights attracts those who love the great outdoors yet want to be close enough to urban amenities and good schools.
These distinctive townhomes are brought to you by respected Vancouver-based builder Ikonik Homes. Renowned for quality workmanship, Ikonik has a long history in South Surrey, including its sold-out projects Jacobsen and The Smith. Backed by years of experience and attention to detail, Ikonik Homes feature the latest in innovative building technology along with functional floorplans that are carefully considered for today’s lifestyle.
“Jacobsen was part of the original Grandview Heights neighbourhood and was received extremely well,” says Boshard. “Earlier this year we launched The Smith, a boutique community of 40 townhomes and it sold out in less than six weeks.”
The sales centre, located at 2427 164th Street, opens this fall from noon to 5pm daily (closed Fridays).
For more information or to register for the Hudson, email: [email protected] or visit www.liveathudson.ca. Tentative occupancy is slated for spring 2017.