Saving time and money at South Surrey’s Morgan Crossing

Morgan Crossing is offering its remaining Focus homes at a great price until Jan 31.



Morgan Crossing is ringing in the New Year with a great price on all remaining Focus homes until Jan. 31.

The Focus homes are two- and three-bedroom condominiums in the heart of the popular village, and Director of Sales Bryan Woolley says they’ve proven to be very popular.

“The homes are really well-designed,” he says, adding, “Now is the time to buy … these homes are priced to sell.”

With spacious floorplans ranging from 922 to 1,270 square feet and plenty of amazing features such as engineered wood flooring, gorgeous countertops and an open-plan layout, buyers will easily find things to love about their new home.

The biggest draw of the homes at Morgan Crossing is the amazing village lifestyle that you get when you purchase here. The village has shopping, dining, community events and amenities right outside your front door. The homes at Focus are located directly above Thrifty Foods, so going grocery shopping is incredibly easy.

“You don’t have to stock up on groceries if you don’t want to,” says Woolley. “It’s just two minutes from your home into the store. You can do it during a commercial break!”

If you’re craving a dinner out, Morgan Crossing offers you a range of choices from White Spot to Pita Pit. When it’s time for dessert, Mink A Chocolate Cafe or Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt is right around the corner. Shopping is simple and fun at the variety of stores at Morgan Crossing, from Jacob to Town Shoes to Winners. Even a workout is right outside, with the Steve Nash Sports Club in the village.

“People fall in love with the village,” Woolley says. “It sets Morgan Crossing apart.”

The community feel is especially important.

“The social possibilities really attract people,” says Woolley. In fact, he notes that the events at Morgan Crossing continue to bring residents out in droves. Past events have included car shows, fashion shows and movie nights.

A wide range of people have purchased homes at Morgan Crossing, from downsizers to young first-time buyers. This makes for a good mix of people around and plenty of opportunities to chat with new people, Woolley says.

Cost-savings are a big thing at Morgan Crossing as well, as you won’t need a car to complete all of your errands, and you may find yourself entertaining at home a lot more often instead of heading out on the town because everything is right at your fingertips. This also saves you a lot of time, meaning you can spend more of it doing the things you really want to do rather than rushing around trying to get everything done before finally being able to head home after a long day.

Homes at Focus at Morgan Crossing start at $269,900, a savings of $12,000 off the original price, until Jan. 31. For more information, visit www.morgancrossing.ca or call 604-582-1336.

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