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The best of the South Surrey White Rock lifestyle is on full display for families and singles in Grandview Heights / Pacific Douglas. Grandview is formerly a largely agricultural area that has witnessed a remarkable transformation in the past 10 years. With plenty of new housing options, residents enjoy shopping, restaurants and new recreational facilities. Pacific Douglas in South Surrey is tucked up next to the US border. While known for its rural feel and connection to nature, the community is now home to some of South Surrey’s newest neighbourhoods with new detached homes and townhomes and plenty of future growth planned by the City of Surrey.
Located east of Sunnyside and south of Morgan Creek, the borders of Grandview Heights / Douglas are 32nd Avenue to the north, 176th Street to the east, Highway 99 to the west and 0 Avenue and the US border to the south.
Growing neighbourhoods with exciting new detached homes and townhomes in carefully planned communities and affordability is drawing new residents to the Pacific Douglas area, with hobby farmers, executives and young families who call the community home.
With the transformation from quiet rural area to destination communities for younger families and singles, Grandview Heights offers a wide variety of condominiums, townhouses and detached homes.
…Surrounded by excellent shopping, dining and entertainment…
Vibrant new areas of shopping, dining and entertainment are located at Grandview Corners with a combination of outlet stores and shops & services such as H&M, Indigo Books and Montana’s Restaurant. There is also quick access to banks, fashion boutiques, home improvement stores and more at Morgan Crossing with leading retailers such as London Drugs and Winners.
With plans for future retail and commercial development along 176th Street in Pacific Douglas, currently the Campbell River Store is a gathering place for locals looking for groceries, gas and a bank machine. Surrounded by excellent shopping, dining and entertainment, residents of this special South Surrey enclave head to King George Boulevard or the shops and services of Blaine, Washington just across the border.
The traditional forested and quiet acreages of Grandview Heights are perfect for a stroll, dog walking or cycling. Excitement is building in the neighbourhood with the soon-to-be completed Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre, located at the corner of 168th Street and 24th Avenue. The new aquatic facility with have a 10-lane, 50-metre competitive main pool, spectator seating, sliding centre and fully equipped modern fitness centre.
Pacific Douglas is a golfer’s paradise with Peace Portal and the Peach Arch Golf Centre right in the area. In addition, the Meridian Park 3 is just a few minutes away. Semiamhoo Beach, Peace Arch Provincial Park and hiking or dog walking along Little Campbell River are popular outdoor pursuits with local residents.
The City of Surrey has set aside land in the community for future construction of a local school and additional park space. South Meridian Elementary in Semiamhoo and Peace Arch Elementary in White Rock are the closest public schools to Pacific Douglas neighbourhood. Most high school students attend Earl Marriott Secondary in White Rock. Independent Southridge School with grades from K – 12 is located close by. Rosemary Heights, Sunnyside and South Meridian Elementary schools are all just a few minutes’ drive from the neighbourhood.
Quick access to Highway 99 north to Richmond and Vancouver and south to the US border add to the appeal of this community. TransLink has regular bus routes linking South Surrey to other communities like White Rock, Langley and Delta, including a fast commute to Bridgeport Station in Richmond with transfers to the Canada Line.
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