Larco Investments is selling the final homes in South Surrey's Morgan Crossing.

Finding your perfect home at Morgan Crossing

Larco Investments is selling the final homes in South Surrey's Morgan Crossing.



Imagine being able to meet friends for coffee, walk out your door and go grocery shopping or browse the latest fashions, or get in a good workout, all in one spot. You don’t need to imagine that with Larco Investments’ Morgan Crossing, located in the heart of South Surrey. It’s all right there.

“There’s just about everything anybody needs here,” says Bryan Woolley of Fingerprint Strategies.

That’s not an exaggeration. The village at Morgan Crossing has shopping, restaurants, community events and amenities right outside your door, whether you’re looking for groceries at Thrifty Foods, a workout at Steve Nash Sports Club or dinner at the brand-new, just-opened Sammy J’s Grill & Bar, or one of the other restaurants.

“We also have two new restaurants coming soon,” says Woolley. “They’ll be great additions to the area.”

One of those two restaurants is MyShanti from well-known Vancouver chef Vikram Vij. The other is Famoso Neopolitan Pizzeria.

The homes at Morgan Crossing have been selling extremely well, and Woolley notes that this is the last chance to get into the village.

“People love the village,” he says. “It’s really connecting with people.”

Indeed, there’s a wide range of people living in Morgan Crossing, including young first-time buyers and older couples downsizing from their single-family home.

“Everyone has their own reasons for wanting to live here,” Woolley says. “The homes are really well-designed.”

With spacious floorplans and plenty of amazing features such as engineered flooring, gorgeous countertops and an open-plan layout, buyers will easily find things to love about their new home.

Morgan Crossing regularly holds community events, including car shows, fashion shows and outdoor movie nights.

Living a car-free lifestyle is a huge draw for buyers at Morgan Crossing. Being able to leave the car behind and accomplish all of your errands on foot not only saves you money on gas, but it also saves you time and keeps your stress levels down. You also may find yourself entertaining at home more because everything you need for the perfect party is right at your fingertips. Even an impromptu gathering is easy when you can just run downstairs to get what you need from one of the shops.

If you do choose to venture out of the village, you’ll find golf courses, schools and leisure and recreation activities close by.

Remaining homes at Morgan Crossing start at $269,900 including GST. For more information, visit www.morgancrossing.ca, call 604-582-1336 or visit the presentation centre at #314-15850 26th Avenue, open daily except Friday between noon and 5 p.m.

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