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Harrison Ridge Townhomes

1928 Woodside Blvd


Agassiz, V0M 1A1 H9P - Harrison Mills

Official Website: harrisonridge.ca/contact-us Developers Website: www.newgengroup.com/structure.htm
  • Levels: 2
  • Suites: 65
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2024
  • Building Type: Strata Townhouses
  • Bldg#: 16124

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Harrison Ridge Townhomes - 1928 Woodside Boulevard, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A1, Canada. Located at Woodside Boulevard and Highlads Boulevard in the neighbourhood of Harrison Mills-Agassiz. Harrison Ridge is a new townhouse development by Newgen Group of Companies. Harrison Ridge is a master-planned community in Harrison Mills, offering 65 West Coast style townhouses and detached homes. The development is scheduled for completion in 2024. Offer various layouts that can be adapted to suit your needs, whether its having an en suite bedroom on the main floor or adding a rec room for the kids. Enjoy recreational activities at your doorstep. Bike or hike nearby trails. Enjoy world-class sturgeon fishing in the river right in front of your home. Paragliding thrill seekers can take off from the launch site right above Harrison Ridge for a birds eye view of the Fraser Valley. 

Official Website: harrisonridge.ca/contact-us
Phone: 844-432-7444
Email: info@harrisonridge.ca
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Townhouses
 

Harrison Ridge Townhomes Technical Info

Building Name Harrison Ridge Townhomes
Address 1928 Woodside Blvd
City Agassiz
Neighborhood Harrison Mills
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 2
Units in Development: 65
Units in Strata:65
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 2024
Developer Newgen Group of Companies
Official Website harrisonridge.ca/c
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Harrison Ridge - 1928 Woodside Blvd - Development by Newgen Group of Companies
Harrison Ridge - 1928 Woodside Blvd - Development by Newgen Group of Companies
Harrison Ridge - 1928 Woodside Blvd - Development by Newgen Group of Companies
Harrison Ridge - 1928 Woodside Blvd - Development by Newgen Group of Companies
Harrison Ridge - 1928 Woodside Blvd - Development by Newgen Group of Companies
Harrison Ridge - 1928 Woodside Blvd - Development by Newgen Group of Companies
Harrison Ridge - 1928 Woodside Blvd - Development by Newgen Group of Companies
Harrison Ridge - 1928 Woodside Blvd - Development by Newgen Group of Companies

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