5 Reasons Moms Love Crimson in Cloverdale

Nestled right in the heart of downtown Cloverdale, there’s a brand new townhouse community by RDG Management Ltd. that corners the idea of modern nostalgia.

It’s called Crimson, and it has been dubbed the ‘hottest up and coming family-focused community in the Valley’ that has everything on a Valley mom’s wish list — and more.

Aside from seamlessly blending ‘small-town charm with modern living,’ here are just 5 reasons families from all over the Fraser Valley and beyond are calling Crimson home sweet home.

1-Prime Location

Location is a huge draw when it comes to Crimson.

This walkable neighbourhood is in close proximity to shopping, award-winning dining, the museum and public library, pubs, schools and parks. Although the area has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, this quaint community maintains that small-town, close-knit charm of yesteryear.

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2-Ideal Size & Design

Most of the homes offer spacious four-bedroom options, tandem side-by-side garages for young families to grow into and country-styled kitchens equipped with Whirlpool stainless steel appliances

These townhomes are designed with a nod to classic country charm. Interiors are large, bright, and open with smart details for better living.

3- Affordability Factor

Starting prices for Crimson are in the low-to-mid $500,000s for the two-bedroom and flex units, and in the mid $600,000s for the three- and four-bedroom plus flex units. All units are run on natural gas, which is far more cost-effective than electricity. Moms – expect to save up to 30 per cent on your utility bill!

4-Amazing Amenities

Need the extra space for your child’s birthday party, a bridal shower or family fete? No problem. Crimson is anchored by a spacious two-storey clubhouse that features a lounge with kitchenette, a barbeque porch and outdoor play area for children.

5- Country Chic Living

Experience true country living with urban convenience in Cloverdale.

Settled in the mid to late 1800s, this thriving community grew from a largely rural and agricultural community into a bustling hub of commercial activity. Today, Cloverdale is home to the Surrey Museum, Surrey Archives, Casino and Racetrack, as well as one of the biggest annual celebrations in the Fraser Valley – the Cloverdale Rodeo.The development itself reflects this community’s unique country charm with picket white fences and country-style contemporary finishing’s.


For more information on Crimson and to register to become a VIP, visit crimsoncloverdale.com.



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