South Surrey is the largest of Surrey’s town centers and it’s growing, rapidly. Rich in history, natural splendors and unique neighbourhoods, it is no wonder that South Surrey remains one the most exclusive areas for retirees, families and young professionals to live, work, and play.
South Surrey begins south of 48th Avenue, it borders Langley to the East, White Rock and the USA to the south and the western side of South Surrey is all stunning coastline. With easy access to Highway 99 you are connected to the Lower Mainland and just 15 minutes away from two border crossings into the Unites States.
South Surrey’s natural beauty is showcased in its parks and trails. Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest, Semiahmoo Trail, Mud Bay Park, Blackie Spit Park, Redwood Park and Elgin Heritage Park, are some of the fantastic places to enjoy nature and some of South Surrey’s history.
South Surrey is also home to several recreational facilities such as the Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre, the South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre, and Softball City.
Excellent shopping can be found at Morgan Crossing, High Street and Semiahmoo Shopping Center. South Surrey boasts everything from unique shops, factory outlets, big box stores and everything you could ever need
South Surrey Real Estate
South Surrey’s neighbourhoods of Crescent Beach, Ocean Park and Elgin Chantrell have some of the most expensive homes in the entire province. Homes in these areas rival the houses in Vancouver and West Vancouver’s most upscale neighbourhoods.
Morgan Creek, Rosemary Heights, and the King George Corridor in South Surrey offer a variety of homes from detached houses, townhomes and condos. A multitude of developments to suit every budget has begun and continues to be built in South Surrey.
If you are thinking of buying in South Surrey, whether to live or for investment, feel free to contact me. I would be glad to help you.
Sources: City of Surrey