With local real estate prices rising, many Mission families are embracing the opportunity to look to a nearby community that offers both the value of a well-planned neighbourhood and the many amenities they want.
Perfectly positioned in the natural setting of Agassiz’s Harrison Highlands, Harrison Ridge is a townhome development within a larger master-planned community of both single- and multi-family homes.
For Harrison Ridge developer Soon Kim, maintaining the affordability of the townhomes has been key, with strata fees at just $100 per unit.
Innovative solutions include the project’s recently completed playground, for example. While built by the Harrison Ridge team, ownership will be transferred to the municipality, a move that both opens it for use to the entire community, and removes the maintenance costs from the shoulders of residents.
This kind of responsiveness is also evident in the project’s adaptability. As buyers experienced this summer’s record-setting heat, the builders stepped up to add a heat pump to the residences – both energy-efficient for those heating and cooling bills, and ensuring year-round indoor comfort.
Momentum builds toward Phase 4
With Phase 3 at 67 per cent sold, Kim is excited to announce the Sept. 25 launch of Phase 4.
Boasting a broad appeal, this next phase is expected to continue welcoming a mix of first-time buyers, growing families and empty-nesters. All speak to the appeal of the picturesque setting, with views to the Fraser River and Woodside Mountain, the easy access to urban amenities, and the many outdoor pursuits on their doorstep. When destinations farther afield beckon, Highway 1 is nearby.
Home time is equally inviting. The bright and spacious 3- to 4-bedroom West Coast homes are designed for the way we live.
Inside, vaulted top-floor ceilings – a welcome design feature not seen in many comparable homes – and expansive windows create an airy, light-filled setting with gorgeous views. Walkout basements and large decks complement the indoor-outdoor living West Coast families love.
In addition to a garage, each home also has a full, six-metre driveway, room for a full-size truck, Kim notes. There’s also built-in capacity to add future aging-in-place features in some homes, like an elevator or main-floor master suite.