It’s been 12 whole years since Mission has seen an extensive residential project like this!

It’s been 12 whole years since Mission has seen an extensive residential project like this!

It’s been 12 years since Mission’s seen a residential project like this!

Discover Fraser Valley’s hidden gem as Wren + Raven brings more housing to Mission

“There are many hidden treasures in Fraser Valley, and Mission is no exception! Known for its natural attractions, from mountain peaks and swimming holes to hiking and biking trails, it boasts some truly stunning sights,” notes Cameron Mackenzie, Head of Marketing at Pilothouse Real Estate.

“Yet, without any extensive residential projects within the last 12 years, calling Mission home has been easier said than done… but not for long,” Mackenzie explains.

As Wren + Raven Hillside Homes prepares to enter its second phase, they’re putting an end to this 12 year drought. And while the condos don’t hit the market until April, you can register now to receive priority information online, and email or call to book your private preview appointment. As the first phase is already sold out, you’ll want to act fast!

With a total of 130 units in two six-storey buildings, Wren + Raven boasts 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom homes with impressive mountain and river views (make sure to keep an eye out for Mount Baker!).

You’ll enjoy quality homes with elegant living spaces, modern urban kitchens and beautiful bathrooms – all sensibly priced in a wonderful community, with Jr 1-bedroom condos starting at just $236,900.

Surrounded by nature and flourishing urban amenities, it’s truly a place where natural beauty meets urban convenience.

The location you’ll love

Just steps from the coming Outlook Village, a brand new mixed-use complex, there’s something for everyone – shopping, day-to-day services, one-of-a-kind boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and even a farmer’s market nearby.

You’ll even find a modern gym facility at Wren + Raven, meaning the opportunity for wellness is always close at hand! And, if you change your mind and want some fresh air, adjacent to the gym is an outdoor amenity area with a hot tub and lounge chairs.

This quickly growing community brings you and your family all the essentials, with parks, schools and community centres close by. In fact, there’s even two fun-filled playgrounds to choose from, featuring playhouses, climbing trees, picnic tables and benches, among a host of other entertaining features.

And with instant access to Highway 1 and West Coast Express minutes away, enjoy easy connections to everywhere you want to be.

Interested in seeing it yourself? Stop by the presentation centre to check out a fully outfitted two-bedroom model home, now open Thursday to Sunday from 12 t0 5 p.m.

Look forward to an enviable lifestyle with modern luxury, city convenience and easy access to nature – with Wren + Raven Hillside Homes everything your family needs is close to home!

Visit them online to learn more or head to their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up to date on all the latest happenings. Make sure to visit them here to take advantage of their awesome contest – a chance to win a west coast express pass for a year is up for grabs!

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