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Think long-term living at Southbrooke


 

It’s hard to know what the future stretching out before you will hold. However, one thing is for sure – it should be lived in a home you can love long term.

At Southbrooke you will find homes that are built to be loved. From their South Surrey location within easy reach of White Rock’s stunning beachfront, to their comfortable family charm, these homes are waiting to be lived in and adored.

Homes that allow you the freedom to be just as easily across the Border as downtown. Homes with a sense of practicality, with features such as quartz countertops and engineered hardwood flooring. Homes that will last, and meet your changing needs over the years to come.

Choose wisely and feel yourself settle in for the long term at Southbrooke. Moving in here means moving into your future.


  • 10th Avenue & 165th Street South Surrey
  • 2 storey homes including walk out basement
  • Only 19 Individual homes
  • Floor Plan: Southbrooke Floorplans 

For more information on Southbrooke Living visit southbrookeliving.com. If you have questions about this new Surrey condo development or any other real estate matter, please contact Realtor Michael Ireland.
 

 

 

 

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Developer: Genex Development

 



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