There’s something irresistible about Cloverdale. Perhaps it’s the quaint, rural charm or the friendly people. Maybe it’s the many one-of-a-kind community events, such as the annual Cloverdale Rodeo bed races or the Cloverdale Blueberry Festival. It could be the colourful hanging baskets that line the streets or the abundance of manicured gardens and parks. But one thing’s for sure – people “in the know” know that Cloverdale offers the best of all worlds, which is why Mosaic is thrilled to announce Hawthorne is now selling in the heart of the village.
“This is such an amazing location,” says Geoff Duyker, senior vice-president, marketing. “You’ve got great proximity to Hwys. 1, 15 and 99 as well as all the urban amenities of one of Canada’s fastest growing cities, but it feels like you’re tucked away in a small town. Because Hawthorne is a block off Cloverdale’s main street, it’s extremely quiet and you can still walk to the grocery store or meet friends for a coffee or afternoon get-together at the pub.”
Homes for Real People
With a long history of building homes across Metro Vancouver and especially in the Fraser Valley and Surrey, Mosaic is introducing some brand-new home styles at Hawthorne – and Duyker couldn’t be more excited. “We know it’s getting harder for young people to purchase their first home, so we really looked for ways to deliver all the benefits of a townhome – your own front door, a garage, a yard – at an affordable price.”
He points to a one-bedroom and den home with nearly 1,000 sq. ft. that’s priced in the high $400,000s. “For example, in this home we redesigned the main floor so it has a wall kitchen and a harvest table rather than an island. That way, you can accommodate formal and casual dining, and you’ve still got lots of prep space. It’s perfect for entertaining and becomes the home’s central social hub. And when you need more space, all you have to do is move the table to one side and your living room just got bigger.
“For our Home Store, we’ve also done something different,” Duyker notes. “Often people don’t know how to furnish their new home to achieve the same look they fell in love with when visiting our show home. At Hawthorne, we furnished almost exclusively with IKEA and made a few modifications to create a custom feel. We show our customers exactly how those modifications were done, so when they move into one of our homes, they can replicate what they saw.”
“Hawthorne is going to offer some of the lowest prices for a new townhome that you’ll find in the Lower Mainland,” Duyker says. “And you’ll still get all the attention to detail and quality that Mosaic is known for: beautiful design, 10-ft. ceilings, herringbone flooring, and distinctive black-matte faucets and pulls. Now you just have to check it out for yourself.”
Hawthorne will be located at the Cloverdale Bypass and 58th Avenue in Cloverdale. The IKEA Hack model home opens April 14. For more information, visit mosaichomes.com or call 778.547.1072.