Woodbridge Homes' Salix is perfectly situated in Clayton Heights.

Woodbridge Homes' Salix is perfectly situated in Clayton Heights.

Sophisticated style at Woodbridge’s Salix

Style reigns supreme at Salix, Woodbridge Homes' condominium project in Surrey's Clayton Heights neighbourhood.

Style reigns supreme at Salix, Woodbridge Homes’ condominium project in Surrey’s Clayton Heights neighbourhood that combines gorgeous homes and a great location in one amazing package.

“The value we’re presenting here is really unmatched,” says sales manager Rob Carlsen. “You’re going to have a well-built home that you’ll enjoy for years to come.”

Stylish elegance is the name of the game at Salix, with its Georgian-inspired architecture. Red brick and styled ironwork combine with the craftsman woodwork accents to make for a chic entrance to the four-storey building.

Woodbridge is now selling the final homes in the project. Most are two-bedroom and two-bedroom-and-den plans, but Carlsen says there’s still a wide variety, with six different plans to choose from.

“Now is really the time to buy,” he says, adding that Salix recently opened up their new model home for potential homeowners to visit.

When it comes to finishings, buyers have two different interior design schemes to choose from: one contemporary and one traditional. The contemporary scheme (called Sallow) feature stone countertops and chic white satin flat panel upper cabinets and dark laminate flat panel lower cabinets, complemented by a modern stainless-steel feature hood fan in the kitchen. Meanwhile, the traditional scheme (called Willow) includes elegant granite countertops and Victorian cabinetry in a dark wood, with its own custom Broan hood fan.

“Our unique finishings really stand above the crowd,” Carlsen says.

Both options feature stainless-steel appliances and under-cabinet lighting, along with spacious bathrooms with walk-in showers surrounded by ceramic tile and well-lit large vanity mirrors, so your morning routine will be easy as possible.

Storage space abounds at Salix, and purchasers now have the opportunity to upgrade to a huge storage locker as part of the new incentive package offered by the developer. This has been especially appealing to downsizers who are looking for a smaller home but don’t want to leave all of their belongings behind.

The views from the homes at Salix are spectacular, with some facing Mount Baker. Oversized windows let the natural light pour in, and you can easily imagine spending your evenings on your private patio or balcony. Nine-foot ceilings (10 feet on the top and ground floors) contribute to the overall feeling of spaciousness.

Salix is perfectly located in the Clayton Heights area to take advantage of all its amenities, from shopping and dining at Willowbrook Shopping Centre to schools, leisure and recreation opportunities in the neighbourhood itself.

“I feel really good about the value we’re providing to purchasers,” Carlsen says. “It’s a small, quiet building in a prime location.”

Woodbridge is also offering a $10,000 incentive package right now to buyers, who can put that money towards upgrades on their home.

“It’s a gift from the builder to our buyers,” says Carlsen. “It’s an amazing value at our price point.”

Homes at Salix start at $219,900, and you can move in this fall. For more information, visit www.salixliving.com, call 604-530-0054 or visit the presentation centre at 6477 196th Street, Surrey, open daily except Friday between noon and 5 p.m.

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