Surrey is the second-largest city in BC, with a population of 508,000 residents. Due to its high immigration rate, it will grow larger than Vancouver in the coming years. Surrey has six separate communities: Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton, South Surrey, and Whalley. Surrey’s four primary industries: Academia, Technology, Healthcare, and Agriculture.
Transportation – Includes Translink buses, SkyTrains (and more to come), driving, cycling, and walking.
Schools and Universities – There are over 100 elementary and secondary schools (K-12) in the area to choose from. Simon Fraser University (SFU) and the Kwantien Polytechnic University.
Crescent Beach – A lovely walk along the oceanfront and food stops from fish and chips, the Sea Horse Grill, a Greek restaurant, and ice cream.
Redwood Park – a beautiful historic park. A vast forest of exotic trees, and treehouse built by the Brown Brothers.
Historic Stewart Farm – An1890 to 1920 historic farmhouse. Restored and furnished, original pole barn with agricultural tools and machinery, boathouse, threshing shed, root cellar and heritage gardens.
Fraser Downs Racetrack & Casino – Enjoy a fun-filled time of Standard Bred horse racing, casino and an excellent buffet.
Cloverdale contains a mix of more expensive newly built attached townhomes, along with some other residential homes and mansions.
Fleetwood is a more urban area with a mix of detached residential homes and some newly developed low-rise condos.
Guildford has cheaper single-family semi-detached townhomes, fully detached residential homes as well as many smaller apartments available for rent.
Newton has the most affluent neighbourhoods. The competitive homes for sale are amongst the highest net worth residents.
South Surrey, like Newton, is a well-off community containing houses and mansions in the 7-figure range. There are a few low-rise condominiums due to recent construction developments.
Whalley has several high-rise luxury condominiums and apartments.
Surrey Homes For Sale
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