Ashbury Hill in Surrey's Panorama neighbourhood features two- and three-bedroom townhomes.

Coming home to Ashbury Hill

Ashbury Hill in Surrey's Panorama neighbourhood features two- and three-bedroom townhomes.

Craftsman style and nature are combining at Ashbury Hill, Fairborne’s townhome project that offers two- and three-bedroom homes at a great price.

Located in Surrey’s Panorama neighbourhood, Ashbury Hill continues to demonstrate Fairborne’s commitment to high-quality, beautiful homes.

“With meticulous planning and attention to detail, Ashbury Hill has been designed for your comfort with thoughtful layouts and contemporary finishings,” says sales manager Tara Lok. “Ashbury Hill offers tremendous value.”

Among the features you’ll find inside are gourmet kitchens with stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops and tons of storage space, luxurious bathrooms with glass accents and large soaker tubs, and laminate wood flooring throughout the main level.

The homes share access to a lush protected greenbelt, giving homeowners a sense of natural, quiet serenity.

“Taking inspiration from its surroundings, the design of this community has been driven by the lay of the land, view lines, and the natural landscaping of the surrounding greenbelt,” says Lok.

Move-in ready homes start at $289,900. For more information, visit www.ashburyhill.com or call 604-953-1211.

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