Feeling the Breeze in South Surrey with Adera

Adera's Breeze townhomes in South Surrey offer elegant, natural living.

South Surrey is a vibrant, thriving neighbourhood with tons of amenities around. Now Adera is offering a bit of natural serenity with its townhome project, Breeze.

Located just moments from Morgan Crossing and Grandview Corners, you’ll be able to take advantage of everything the neighbourhood has to offer, including shopping, dining and recreation.

Inside your home, you’ll find a spacious open floorplan with plenty of contemporary features. Among them is a chef’s kitchen with a dining island, stainless-steel appliances, granite/quartz countertops and a modern designer glass tile backsplash. The entire kitchen is complemented by the Metropolitan Evoke Wide Plank laminate flooring that continues through the living and dining area, with plush carpeting in the bedrooms and large porcelain tile in the bathrooms.

There are four different two- and three-bedroom floorplans available at Breeze, ranging from approximately 1,122 to 1,445 square feet.

Adera is now offering homeowners a seriously amazing way to personalize their homes. Called I.D. By Me, the program allows the buyer to be their own interior designer and choose their own colour scheme, upgrade finishes or fixtures and several other choices. Among the options at Breeze are adding heated floors, upgrading the kitchen appliances and adding a washer/dryer package, along with several other ways to make your home your own.

Adera has long been committed to sustainable and green buildings, and this continues with Breeze. Among the ecologically friendly features you’ll find here are LED street lamps (a first for Surrey), motion sensor lights in the bathrooms and ENERGY Star-rated windows and appliances. The lush landscaping outside of your home easily showcases the green lifestyle you will live at Breeze. All of the materials used in construction are locally sourced, which reduces the project’s carbon footprint.

For more information about Breeze and other Adera projects, and the I.D. By Me program, visit www.adera.com.

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