The Ridge at Bose Farms will be built on historic Bose family farm land.

Country-style living at The Ridge at Bose Farms

The Ridge at Bose Farms will be built on historic Bose family farm land.

History is all around you at The Ridge at Bose Farms, a new master-planned condominium community with more than a touch of country style.

“There’s really something for everybody here,” says sales manager Nicole Castle. “The homes are priced well and it’s a great location.”

The Ridge at Bose Farms is built on the historic Bose Family Farm land, and will be incorporating heritage elements into its amenities.

The former potato and machinery barn is being restored, along with the dairy shed and original Bose family farmhouse. All three will join an entirely new amenity building.

The dairy shed will become a garden storage area, located next to the herb gardens and garden plots that will be available for the use and enjoyment of homeowners. The old farmhouse will hold two guest suites for residents to use if they have friends or family visiting, along with a country kitchen and lounge area for smaller gatherings. Meanwhile, the potato and machinery barn will be connected to the new amenity building with a breezeway, allowing owners to view the original roof framing and new timber plank floor. The second floor of the barn will be perfect for movie or game nights, barn dances and afternoon socials, continuing the traditions of this heritage site, while the first floor can be used as a woodworking shop, craft space or storage.

The new amenity building will hold a fitness facility, yoga studio, library, full chef’s kitchen, fireside entertainment lounge and a fully equipped media room, among other amenities.

The one- and two-bedroom homes themselves, ranging from approximately 444 to over 1,000 square feet, take inspiration from the beautiful location, with their two designer colour schemes (Country and Modern), wide-plank laminate hardwood flooring, nine-foot ceilings and huge decks and patios for taking advantage of the stunning views.

“From the north, you’ll look out over the Agricultural Land Reserve, the golf course and the North Shore mountains,” says Castle. “From the west, you’ll look out over the ridge or 12 acres of heritage forest to the south.

The kitchens are fit for a gourmet, with stainless-steel appliances, beautiful cabinetry and complementary quartz stone countertops and coordinated ceramic backsplash. Your space is elegantly lit with vintage-style schoolhouse or stainless-steel pendant lighting, as well as convenient under-cabinet task lighting.

The bathrooms are spa-like and soothing with ceramic tile flooring and surrounds, as well as recessed pot lighting and wall-mounted light sconces. The ensuite bathroom features his-and-hers sinks, frameless glass showers (in the two-bedroom homes) and glass accent tiles or a mix of marble and glass mosaic tiles, depending on your chosen colour scheme. The main bathrooms have custom one-piece vanities and elegant floating mirrors.

The Ridge is perfectly situated to take advantage of all of Surrey’s best amenities, including shopping, dining, leisure and recreation, and elementary and secondary schools.

“Transit is nearby, and it’s also very easy for commuting if you prefer to drive,” says Castle.

Homes at The Ridge at Bose Farms start at $162,900. For more information, check out, call 604-888-5514 or visit the presentation centre at 16390 64 Avenue, open daily except Friday between noon and 5 p.m.

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