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Surrey Homes for Sale: Worth It/Not Worth It?

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Surrey Homes for Sale: Worth It/Not Worth It?

The Surrey real estate market—which includes some very tempting British Columbia real estate—currently offers a wide array of properties for sale, ranging from low-cost apartments with modest interiors to luxurious houses fit for a king. We’ve handpicked three diverse properties, located in various parts of the city, offering different sets of features and sporting very disperate price tags. We’re curious to know which one is worth its asking price and we’d also like to find out what aspects you take into consideration when you go house-hunting.

#1 41 17706 60 Avenue, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, $205,000

First up we have this one-bedroom unit in a development complex situated in the Cloverdale real estate market. The property’s location is very central, being in the proximity of all necessary amenities, including schools, shops, restaurants and public transportation.

The 638-square-foot unit has a clever layout, boasting spacious rooms and large windows, which you’ll surely appreciate. The kitchen comes fully-equipped with quality appliances and also features white wooden cabinets, boasting plenty of storage space. The huge balcony overlooking the private courtyard and the view of the city skyline are additional assets.

41 17706 60 Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia

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41 17706 60 Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia

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#2 14462 36A Avenue, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, $1,150,000

Second on our list is this exquisite 4-bedroom single family home which, being South Surrey real estate, also boasts a good central location. The custom-built home offers over 2,500 square-feet of living space on two levels and has lovely features throughout which will charm you from the first moment you step inside.

As you enter you’ll be greeted by a cozy living area with a wood-burning fireplace, located right next to the dining room. The enormous kitchen equipped with the newest appliances will certainly help save some time during your meal preparations. All the rooms are generous in size, whilst the bathrooms have been upgraded just recently. The basement boasts a large rec room with plenty of space to entertain guests. Let’s not forget about the impressive back yard patio and the double car garage, two excellent features of this magnificent property.

14662 36A Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia

Photo Credit: Point2Homes

14662 36A Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia

Photo Credit: Point2Homes

#3 13956 56 Avenue, 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, $7,299,000

We’re concluding our list with an astonishing mansion located in the prestigious Newton real estate market, overlooking the ocean. This property is the definition of luxury, with 11,000 square feet of living space adorned with examples of world-class quality craftsmanship throughout.

You’ll feel like royalty from the first moment you step into the towering grand foyer, which boasts breathtaking chandeliers and a dual staircase. Sit down and unwind in the majestic living area with cathedral ceilings and a cozy wood burning fireplace or prepare your favorite meal in the gourmet kitchen equipped with top-grade appliances. You can entertain a large number of guests in the dining room or in the spectacular media room, which hosts a home theatre and a separate games room. The outdoor pool and the hot tub, along with the meticulously-maintained 2-acre gardens, are the icing on the cake of this immaculate property.

13956 56 Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia

Photo Credit: Point2Homes

13956 56 Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia

Photo Credit: Point2Homes

All in all, we have three properties with very varied features located in different neighbourhoods of Surrey.

The first property boasts a central location and a quite affordable price tag. It comes with a nice layout, but with only 638 square feet of living space anybody buying the place would have to think very carefully about whether it would be sufficient for their needs. The apartment has a balcony but we suspect the adjacent unit shares it—would you want to pay this asking price if you’d have to live so near to your neighbours?

The second property is a unique detached house with top-of-the-line appliances and high-end finishes throughout. Situated in a quiet neighbourhood, it’s a good choice for a family with children, but it doesn’t have a lot of outside space so you might stop to consider whether the lack of extensibility merits the price tag. There are a good number of rooms here but you could get the same configuration for much less money than this in Surrey.

The third property is the epitome of luxury real estate in Surrey. An entertainer’s paradise, it boasts a wide array of recreational features, but would you really get round to using all them all? The home has sumptuous grounds and it certainly has a lot of style, but it’s somebody else’s style that a purchaser would be paying for, and they’d need to consider very carefully whether the huge cost is worth it!

Which property would you declare as the winner? Let us know in the comments section below!

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