Your next chapter awaits at Harrison Ridge – discover your own piece of paradise!

Your next chapter awaits at Harrison Ridge – discover your own piece of paradise!

Your time to call Harrison Mills home is now!

Nature at your doorstep + urban amenities nearby – what more could you want?

Your next opportunity to call Harrison Ridge home is here!

Following the quick sale of Phase 1 and 2, the Harrison Mills development’s much-anticipated Phase 3 launched May 8. Located just 30 minutes north of Chilliwack, the master planned community blends convenient urban amenities and the beautiful natural settings the Fraser Valley is known for.

It’s no surprise that the community has attracted considerable attention – with homes designed to complement your lifestyle and floor plans to fit your family, Harrison Ridge offers a home for everyone from first-time buyers to growing families to active empty-nesters.

This spring, the sought-after community offers 65 elegant townhomes and detached homes – your own piece of paradise.

Fit for first-time home buyers: Offering townhomes starting from just $499,000, with RBC’s pre-approved mortgage plan, securing the home of your dreams has never been easier. With large indoor spaces, adaptable units and various floor plans, you’ll find your family’s perfect fit at Harrison Mills.

Consciously crafted for young families: Featuring unique two-storey designs, the ultra-modern townhomes have spacious floor plans that are large enough for an office space and your kids’ playroom – they can accommodate it all! With the choice of upgrading to an extra large deck, it can give your little ones even more space to explore. With onsite playgrounds available as well, Harrison Mills is truly a kid-friendly community, complemented by numerous amenities nearby.

Perfect living for active seniors: With main bedrooms and key living spaces located on the main floor, thoughtful design helps you live comfortably in the community you love. And, with homes featuring large adaptable bathrooms, low-maintenance cabinetry, and the option to fit an indoor lift, you can adapt your space to suit your comfort. Crafted with convenience and safety in mind, Harrison Ridge’s townhouses are designed to let you live worry-free in a secure space as you begin a new and exciting chapter in life. And, with easily-accessed amenities nearby, you won’t need to travel far for what you need.

To discover your new home, visit Harrison Ridge online or give them a call at 1-844-432-7444!

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