The Rockwoods by Anthem Properties are a unique offering in Fleetwood.

Something a little different at The Rockwoods

Anthem Properties is bringing something special to Surrey's Fleetwood neighbourhood with The Rockwoods.

Anthem Properties is bringing something special to Surrey’s Fleetwood neighbourhood with The Rockwoods, a collection of two- and three-bedroom townhomes that truly has something for everyone.

“This is Anthem’s first townhome property,” says Director of Marketing Peter Edmonds. “We wanted something that stood out, something a little different.”

Built in a West Coast contemporary architecture style, The Rockwoods combines stonework and timber in one beautiful exterior package.

“There’s a nice balance here,” says Edmonds. “People recognize classic architecture, but this is something different. You have to execute contemporary well, as I strongly believe we’ve done here.”

German-engineered wide-plank wood laminate flooring is included throughout the living areas, while plush carpeting is featured in the bedrooms and dens. Huge 9’8″ ceilings make the homes feel even more open. The floorplans are spacious, ranging from 1,189 to over 1,400 square feet.

The gourmet kitchens include polished granite countertops complemented by stainless-steel appliances, contemporary flat-panel cabinetry and a designer tile backsplash. Select homes have a kitchen island or pantry with an integrated work station.

The ensuite bathroom have their own polished granite countertops and flat-panel cabinetry. Porcelain tile flooring complements the ceramic tile surrounds and contemporary glass shower surround or soaker tub.

The Rockwoods is perfectly situated to take advantage of everything the Fleetwood neighbourhood has to offer, including dining, shopping, education, leisure and recreation opportunities.

“It’s very well-connected,” says Edmonds. “We wanted to create a community in what is already established.”

Homeowners will also have access to The Rockwoods Club, a 4,500-square-foot amenities building with a fully equipped gym, kitchen, entertainment lounge and much more. There will also be a children’s playground, community gardens and landscaped grounds and walking trails in the community.

“The amenities are really an extension of your living space,” says Edmonds.

The second phase of homes at The Rockwoods was recently released, and Edmonds notes that there has already been huge interest.

“The first release of second phase homes has been incredibly successful,” he says.

Homes at The Rockwoods start in the low $300s. For more information, check out, call 604-503-1188 or visit the presentation centre 8473 163rd Street, Surrey, open daily except Friday between noon and 5 p.m.

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