Adera's Breeze is bringing Modern West Coast style to South Surrey.

Catching the Breeze in South Surrey

Adera's Breeze is bringing Modern West Coast style to South Surrey.



West Coast living is at its finest at Breeze, Adera’s townhouse development in South Surrey with more than a touch of earthy, modern style.

“There has been a lot of interest in these homes,” says Adera’s Vice-President of marketing and sales Eric Andreasen. “It’s quite exciting.”

Breeze is built in a West Coast Modern architectural style, with soaring roof lines, overhanging soffits and cedar details. Lush landscaping surrounds the buildings, adding to the beauty of the development.

Oversized windows are featured in many of the homes, letting natural light pour in.

“It gives you a real indoor-outdoor living feel,” Andreasen says.

Entertaining is easy at Breeze, with its spacious, open floorplans. The kitchens, which Andreasen describes as “the heartbeat of the home”, are perfect for hosting, with their generously sized dining islands.

The quartz countertops are chic and modern, complemented by a designer glass tile backsplash, stainless-steel appliances and Metropolitan Evoke Wide Plank laminate flooring, which is also featured throughout the living and dining areas.

Buyers at Breeze are also able to customize their home through the i.D. By Me program. This allows you to make choices for your home to truly make it your own through choosing your colour scheme and upgrading your finishes and fixtures. Among the long list of options and upgrades available are adding heated floors, custom millwork, air conditioning or a gourmet appliance package.

Breeze’s amenity building, the West Coast Club, opened in November and is already one of the most impressive parts of the community With a fitness centre, yoga room, entertainment room with fully equipped kitchen, pool table, big-screen TV and large outdoor patio, it’s an amenity space that Adera is extremely proud of.

“It’s a real social space,” says Andreasen. “You can meet friends here or just relax.”

Located in the Morgan Heights neighbourhood, Breeze is close to nearly everything you can imagine, from shopping and dining at Morgan Crossing or Grandview Corners to leisure and recreation activities, schools and Crescent Beach.

“You’re within striking distance of downtown Vancouver and the U.S. border,” Andreasen says, adding that this contributes to the popularity of Breeze among young professionals. Transit is also close by, so you can easily leave your car at home if you so choose.

For a very limited time, Adera is offering a special buyers incentive up to $15,000 on select homes. Homes at Breeze start in the low 300s. For more information, visit www.adera.com, call 604-582-1113 or visit the presentation centre at #15-16223 23A Avenue, open daily between noon and 5 p.m.

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