When country vibes come into your living situation it’s game-changing.
You feel like you’re on vacation every day as you wake up in a spacious home, open your window to breathe in fresh air, and you can walk to your local village with ease.
Luckily, you don’t have to move too far from the city to get the ultimate country lifestyle.
Crimson is a new development currently being constructed in Cloverdale Village, just over an hour outside Vancouver.
Do you like the idea of living in a quaint village designed to fit modern nostalgia, in a community that still feels close-knit?
If so we’ve compiled a list of six features of Crimson in Cloverdale Village that will make you want to register for a stunning home there.
When you’re buying a new home the price is one of the main things you need to consider. You want to be able to purchase a home that you’re in love with and still have enough money to enjoy your lifestyle. And as it transpires, homes at Crimson are affordably priced to purchase and you get to enjoy the perks of living in a quaint neighbourhood.
This new development boasts the idea of modern nostalgia with a location in the heart of Cloverdale. It’s a family-focused, down-to-earth community that’s a short drive from the city of Surrey and also the core of Langley. It’s also located just over an hour’s drive from Vancouver so if you work downtown you could easily do a Monday to Friday commute. Or you could take the Expo line from Surrey Central Station and go straight in on the Skytrain.
If you’re looking for a two, three, or four-bedroom homes covering from 1386 to 1436 square feet, then Crimson has what you need. Homes here are designed with a nod to classic country charm featuring bright and open interiors with smart details for better living. And a farmhouse style sink with a sleek matte black pull out faucet. More than 80% of the homes offered feature the hard to find side-by-side two-car garage, natural gas ranges, barbecue outlets, hot water tanks, and forced air heat for luxurious living with lower daily living costs.
Crimson in Cloverdale offers everything you could want in a walkable community and so much more. With a wide range of parks at your doorstep like Bose Forest Park, Clayton dog off-leash park, Hillcrest Park, Guy Richardson Park, Surrey Lake Park, Hi-Knoll Park, Hartnell Park, and many others, you can easily go for an early morning run or evening stroll when you finish work.
One of the best things that come with living at Crimson is the fact that you can walk pretty much everywhere from your home. This means you have a wealth of entertainment options at your fingertips including restaurants, like Village Sushi Restaurant, The Henry Public House, Hawthorne Beer Market, Original Joe’s, The Vault and Lighthouse Fresh & Tasty Cloverdale. There are also a number of cute cafes and quaint shops in the area, too.
Starting a family could be something you’re planning to do when you move into your new home and settle into the area. And if you already have children you’ll be happy to know that there are two schools within walking distance of Crimson in Cloverdale; Cloverdale Traditional Elementary and Lord Tweedsmuir High.
Moving home is a lot more exciting when you know you’re going to be living in a community that boasts nostalgic vibes in the perfect urban meets country setting.