A new living opportunity is coming to Harrison Mills and you don’t want to miss out!

A new living opportunity is coming to Harrison Mills and you don’t want to miss out!

Combining comfort, convenience and style – and it could be yours!

New Fraser Valley development offers ideal blend of urban amenities and outdoor living

Everyone loves getting the best of both worlds – after all, why compromise when you don’t have to?

If your “best of both” scenario combines a beautiful, modern home near the urban amenities you want and numerous outdoor adventures on your doorstep, it’s time to discover Harrison Ridge!

Nestled in Harrison Mills, the master planned community of 65 elegant townhouses and detached homes is making it easy to discover your very own piece of paradise. With construction of 20 townhouses breaking ground, Phase 1 and 2 of the development are already well underway. Next, you can look forward to the opening of their presentation centre, coming this summer.

The outdoor opportunities you’ll love

If you haven’t visited the Harrison Mills lately, prepare to discover an outdoor wonderland boasting endless activities, including fishing, hiking, golfing and camping. If you’re in the mood for a more relaxing afternoon, opt for a visit to the nearby hot springs instead!

The proximity to Harrison River affords river and mountain views, along with the opportunity for adventure. Beyond fishing, the river’s expansive playground is perfect for power boating, sailing, kayaking and more.

And when you’re staying close to home, the family-oriented Harrison Ridge also includes a kid-friendly playground with an all-inclusive play experience.

Everything you need, close at hand

Starting at just $499,000 with pre-approved financing from RBC and low strata fees, Harrison Ridge is an affordable option for both empty nesters looking to downsize in style and young families eyeing home ownership.

Large indoor spaces, adaptable units and various floorplans can accommodate you and your loved ones, no matter your family’s needs! An ensuite on the main floor or a luxurious lift can also be incorporated in all spacious 3 bedroom units. For those working and learning from home, the fast internet at Harrison Ridge mean you don’t have to worry anymore about an unreliable connection!

And, with a commercial hub conveniently located in the heart of the community, you won’t have to drive far to find groceries, shopping or restaurants, and easy access to the highway means Chilliwack, Abbotsford International Airport and Metro Vancouver are all less than an hour away!

Perfect for active and care-free living, say hello to a home that combines what you want and need, and say goodbye to compromises with Harrison Ridge.

In the heart of Harrison Highlands, you dont want to miss out on the opprtunity to call this master-planned community home.

Learn more by visiting them online or contact them directly for more information!

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