Foxridge Homes’ exclusive collection of 28 west coast-inspired single family detached homes, Pacific Heights, is now pre-selling in South Surrey. The four- and five-bedroom homes feature over 3,400 square feet of living space and are minutes away from the ocean and modern conveniences.

Built with warm craftsman-style architecture, Pacific Heights boasts durable fibre-cement board, painted wood and refined exterior details.

Inside, the spacious homes feature 10-foot ceilings on the main level with expansive windows and high-end ‘Platinum Collection’ finishes throughout. The open concept gourmet kitchens include a convenient island, Bosch stainless steel appliances, quartz or granite countertops and ample storage. Residents can retreat to the lavish ensuite, complete with a freestanding soaker tub, separate frameless glass shower and double vanities.

The homes at Pacific Heights are designed to maximize space and functionality, with an attached two-car garage and a finished basement and the option of adding a legal secondary suite. Perched atop a gently sloping hillside, homes include welcoming front verandas, balconies and spacious rear patios, where some homes offer views of Semiahmoo Bay and the Strait of Georgia.

At the Foxridge Design Centre, residents can personalize their homes with a variety of choices for colours, materials, finishes and optional upgrades.


Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, the homes are across from the winding pathways of Darts Hill Garden Park and close to Crescent Beach and urban conveniences. Nearby amenities include, golf courses, Grandview Corners shopping centre and The Shops at Morgan Crossing. The highway is close by, where residents can drive to Downtown Vancouver and also the US border within 10 minutes.

Pacific Heights homes start from $1.47 million, including GST and a finished basement. To receive more details, register here for updates and see below for photos of the show home under construction. 

For more information call 604 560 6438, email pacificheights@qualico.com or visit the website.



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