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

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

Wren + Raven team makes Mission home-buying simple!

New residential development marks Mission’s first in 12 years

It’s been nearly 12 years since Mission Hill has seen a residential development like Wren + Raven Hillside Homes, so it’s no surprise that it’s attracting plenty of attention!

With the grand opening week for Phase 2 sales at Wren + Raven officially opening Thursday, April 22, the wait is finally over! This long-awaited addition offers 70 homes nestled into the hillside with stunning views of Mount Baker, Fraser River and the valley beyond. And best of all, they start at only $236,900.

Also planned for the vibrant community is Outlook Village, a 70,000-square-foot commercial complex with shopping, services, restaurants and more, bringing all your daily conveniences right to your front door.

With residences situated above Outlook Village, residents can look forward to two playgrounds, an outdoor recreational hot tub, lounge area and a flexible party room, too.

“We’re seeing a big pull from other areas wanting to call this community home – it’s putting Mission on the map as an attainable place to live,” notes Cameron Mackenzie, Head of Marketing at Pilothouse Real Estate.

Connecting you to nature in your backyard, Wren + Raven has designed their spaces with you in mind. Details include balconies outfitted with Lumon Canada, an operative window system that allows you to enjoy year-round comfort on your patio, no matter the season, rain or shine!

Home-buying made oh-so simple

Overwhelming demand and a keen interest in the 70 homes has attracted 1,600 new registrants since January, but there’s still time to discover the possibilities awaiting at Wren + Raven.

If you haven’t had the chance to visit their Presentation Centre to check out the beautiful finishes, floorplans and model, click here to make your appointment today. Located at 7291 Wren St., the presentation centre is open from Thursday to Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m.

Fill out their selection form with your first, second and third choices, then a member of the sales team will call to discuss pricing of your home, confirm your purchase and review your next steps.

Yes, that’s it – they’ve really made it that simple!

To get started, you can visit Wren + Raven Hillside Homes today and register online to receive priority information.

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