The Hudson - 24 Avenue and 168 Street South Surrey/White Rock. 41 3 & 4 bedroom townhomes ranging from 1,322 - 1,736 sf, estimated completion in Spring 2017, crossing roads: 24 Avenue and 168 Street.
The Hudson by Ikonik Homes is a collection of 41 3 & 4 bedroom parkside townhomes located in vibrant Grandview Heights community of South Surrey.
Designed by award-winning Focus Architecture, The Hudson showcases West Coast Craftsman architecture blended the strength of James Hardie Plank, wood shingle and beauty of the Hardie Panel siding, while mature trees, grasses, flowering shrubs and plants surround the homes. Contemporary interiors feature open plan layouts, gourmet kitchens with quartz counters, stainless steel appliances and spa-like bathroom. Private decks invite outdoor living and attached garages welcome residents of every home.
Residents at Hudson will enjoy amenities like a new community park and the Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre will be just steps away. Pacific Heights Elementary School and Southridge Private School will be close by. It is also close to the Shops at Morgan Crossing and Grandview Corners, beaches and golf courses and to the ease of commuter routes to Richmond, Vancouver, the Fraser Valley or the USA.
Hudson Technical Info
||0 24 Avenue & 168 Street Alley
||South Surrey White Rock
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||41|
|Units in Strata:||41|
|Sub Categories:||Strata Townhouses
||Ikonik Homes||Architect Name||Focus Architecture I||
||Area 3 Design|
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