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Nestled in the heart of South Surrey are the neighbourhoods of Elgin Chantrell to the west, Sunnyside Park in the centre and King George Corridor hugging Highway 99. You’ll discover extensive well planned residential communities, whether you’re looking to buy a classic West Coast home, older house, townhome or condominium. Local shopping, beaches, majestic parks and outstanding community recreation centres abound, many backed onto secluded neighbourhood greenbelts.
Primarily a residential community, Sunnyside Park in South Surrey is an attractive mix of older homes and newer houses & condominiums. Bordering Crescent Beach / Ocean Park to the west and White Rock to the south, Sunnyside features some of South Surrey’s most desirable carefully planned neighbourhoods, some backing onto greenbelts.
King George Corridor is convenient for the homeowner looking for easy access to Vancouver and points south via Highway 99. The King George Corridor is surprisingly quiet, located between two major arteries with greenbelts providing a great buffer and pleasing backdrop.
Supporting a rich suburban/urban lifestyle, Elgin Chantrell / Sunnyside Park / King George Corridor is close to shopping, dining and entertainment. South Point Exchange and the neighboring Shops of High Street on King George Boulevard include boutiques, several fine restaurants and pubs and big box stores, with stores such as Save-On-Foods, Canadian Tire, Home Sense and Starbucks. Along the South Point Walk, the boutiques and unique shops at High Street are popular with local residents. In addition, Semiahmoo Mall located in the south of the community offers banks, shops and restaurants.
…some of South Surrey’s most desirable carefully planned neighbourhoods
Crescent Park in Elgin Chantrell is over 128 acres of mature second growth forest with walking trails, streams and meadows. The neighbourhood crown jewel is Elgin Heritage Park on the Nicomekl River, home to eagles and hawks, a 3.25 km Nature Trail Walk and the beautifully restored Historic Stewart Farmhouse. Locals can tee it high and watch it fly at Riverside Golf Centre and Nico Wynd Golf Club.
South Surrey Athletic Park at 148th Street and 20th Avenue is “sports central”. There you’ll find top notch fields for soccer, rugby, football and grass hockey. Softball City is located in the park with a skate park, bike paths, water park and running track to add to the mix. At the heart is Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest, one of the first dedicated urban forest parks in Canada. Today it’s home to birds, coyotes and black-tailed deer. The Nature Trail Walk through the forest is 4 km long, perfect for bird-watchers, dog walking and those drawn to the call of nature.
As part of the Surrey School Board, the community offer Sunnyside and Semiahmoo Trail Elementary, Chantrell Creek Elementary and Bayridge, H.T. Thrift and Ray Shepherd Elementary. Earl Marriot Secondary on the White Rock border offers a full French Immersion Program.
Semiahmoo Secondary with grades 8 to 12 is highly regarded with its International Baccalaureate Program. White Rock Christian Academy, Southridge Private School and Star of the Sea Catholic School also contribute to high levels of education.
The Elgin Chantrell area has peak bus provided by TransLink with service to White Rock and Willowbrook. The 351 Crescent Beach/Bridgeport Station bus is available along King George Boulevard. By car, quick access to Highway 99 means the US Border is just minutes away and offers a quick route to downtown Vancouver. The King George Corridor is a prime location for the commuter with easy access to Richmond, Downtown Vancouver, other areas of the Fraser Valley and the US Border
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