Compass Townhomes FOR SALE, Clayton Heights, Cloverdale, B.C.

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Townhomes for Sale in Compass, Clayton Heights, Cloverdale, B.C.

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Real Estate Agent with Royal LePageWolstencroft
 

Townhomes for Sale in Compass - Clayton Heights, Cloverdale, B.C.

 

This is why people live here?

Compass Townhomes are located in the trendy area of Clayton Heights, Cloverdale, B.C. Located 30 minutes east of Vancouver with easy access to two main highways, the 401 and the 99. This lovely bedroom community has everything you'd ever want. With Clayton Heights shopping centre as it's core, this affordable community has state of the art new schools, pubs, parks, shopping and public transportation. Clayton Heights sits on the border between Surrey and Langley, B.C.


Compass consists of two Condo buildings,18755 68 Ave,Surrey, B.C. and 6815 188 St. Surrey, B.C. with the Townhomes located at 18777 68A Ave., Surrey, B.C. Beautifully appointed 2, 3 or 4 bdrm homes with either tandem or double side by side  garages. Gourmet kitchens with granite  counters and stainless appliances. 3 story homes with powder room on the main plus two full bathrooms, family rooms off the kitchen and a livrm/dinrm combination. Two pets are allowed. Steps from all amenities, shopping centre, Starbucks, Extra Foods, Cobbs Bread, Tim Hortons and Shoppers Drug Mart. Compass is very pet friendly, with a dog park within a block, and walking trails around the complex and in the nearby parklike areas. Rentals allowed with restrictions. Compass is located in the Clayton area of Cloverdale. Walking distance to both elementary and High School. With high end finishing ,you'll feel right at home at Compass.

Take a tour of one of the homes at Compass. Click below

http://www.cotala.com/6546


6815 188 St, Surrey, BC V4N 0Z8

 

Looking for a Townhome in Clayton Heights, Cloverdale, B.C.?

Interested in finding Townhomes for Sale in Clayton Heights $270,000 - $450,000 Click that link to find all the currently available townhomes in the area. (V4N postal code)

What's Going on Nearby Cloverdale Neighborhood?

Build Cloverdale: Learn more about community development projects in Cloverdale.

Libraries: Visit Surrey Libraries in Cloverdale.

Settled in the mid to late 1800s, Cloverdale grew from a largely rural and agricultural community into a bustling hub of commercial activity due in large part to its strategic location and connections to the railway.

Today, Cloverdale, which is home to the Surrey Museum and the Surrey Archives, unique heritage buildings, and a quaint "Main Street," retains much of its historic ambiance. Cloverdale’s small town charm has made it a sought after location for filming, providing the backdrop for a variety of movies and TV shows, including the popular series Smallville.

Cloverdale provides a focus for the celebration of Surrey’s agricultural heritage as well. Each year, the Cloverdale Fairgrounds plays host to the Cloverdale Rodeo. The Annual Cloverdale Blueberry Festival is celebrated throughout Cloverdale Town Centre.

In addition to Cloverdale’s historic neighbourhoods, the community is experiencing residential growth in neighbourhoods such as East Clayton and West Cloverdale providing a variety of housing types. Leisure attractions in the area include the Fraser Downs Racetrack & Casino in the Cloverdale Fairgrounds and Northview Golf & Country Club.

Surrey is the 2nd largest city in BC and the 12th largest city in Canada with a population of over 468,000. And we're still growing. We’re set to become the most populated city in Metro Vancouver by 2020, as people from around the world continue to move to one of the youngest and most culturally diverse cities in Canada.

Cloverdale Schools Surrey Schools: Home

https://www.surreyschools.ca/

Young and diverse population shows the future lives here

Our population is young and diverse. Over 27% of Surrey's population is under 19 years old, and over 43% of our residents speak a language that is not English at home. Children and youth and diversity are what makes us unique, with families coming to Surrey communities from South Asia, Korea, China and all around the world.

Learn about Surrey's communities and see why the future lives here.

Things to do in Surrey shows off our culture and nature

Over 6000 acres of parkland and green space gives Surrey the name, City of Parks. But, Surrey provides much more to residents, businesses and visitors alike. Surrey offers many things to do, like the arts and culture in our galleries, events and festivals and leisure activities. The Canada Day celebration, and the Fusion Festival are 2 of the region's most popular summer festivals, and see thousands of visitors every year.

Make your things to do in Surrey list and get ready to stay here and play everywhere. Check out Surrey Tourism’s Top 12 things to do in Surrey (Website. New window.) to get your list started. When you're ready, find us less than 40 minutes from Vancouver International Airport, just north of the USA border.

Explore more facts on Surrey, to see why 468,000 people think we’re the perfect place to live, work and play

above sourced from the City of Surrey

Now You Really Want to Find a Home in Clayton Heights, Right?

If you are interested in the current single family homes for sale in Clayton Heights Neighborhood Cloverdale, B.C. click on the link. Our 'for sale' property information is a direct feed from the Fraser Valley MLS and is updated multiple times per day.

 

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