Ikonik Homes' Jacobsen is perfectly located in South Surrey.

Ikonik Homes' Jacobsen is perfectly located in South Surrey.

Urban elegance at Ikonik’s Jacobsen

Ikonik Homes' Jacobsen is perfectly located in South Surrey.



Ikonik Homes has a reputation for exceptional quality and innovative design. Now, they’re bringing their expertise to the South Surrey neighbourhood with Jacobsen. A recent Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association Ovation Award winner, Jacobsen is a special development.

“The design of this community is different and unique to the South Surrey market,” says project marketing manager Brandon Trent. “These are West Coast contemporary-style homes.”

The 65 townhomes, ranging in size between 1,734 and 2,219 square feet in a variety of three- and four-bedroom floorplans, have serious curb appeal with their elegant cedar plank siding, stonework, black metal railings, floor-to-ceiling windows and generous patios and private yards. Each home has a side-by-side double-car garage, adding even more convenience for homeowners. Some homes have extra space for two more cars to park in the driveway.

“These homes feel like a single-family home,” says Trent.

Inside, natural light pours in through those large windows and fills the space to the airy 10′ ceilings. Select homes have stunning views of the Coast Mountains. Wood laminate flooring throughout the main living areas is complemented by lush Beaulieu designer nylon carpeting in the bedrooms. Buyers are able to choose between two design colour schemes: Light and Dark.

The kitchens are fit for any aspiring chef, with stainless-steel appliances, distinctive quartz countertops complemented by a tile backsplash and deluxe cabinetry in either contemporary or shaker style.

The luxurious ensuite bathroom holds a spacious walk-in shower and porcelain tile flooring, while the main bathroom features a deep soaker tub, quartz countertops and chic sconce lighting. The master bedroom also includes a walk-in closet and custom closet organizers.

Other thoughtful conveniences include a full-sized washer and dryer and a gas hookup for a barbecue on the balcony and back yard.

The location is one of Jacobsen’s finest features. It is situated just moments from everything at The Shops at Morgan Crossing, as well as leisure and recreation opportunities and the convenience of commuting via Highway 99 or Highway 1. On-site, residents will have exclusive access to a 2,400-square-foot clubhouse, with an exercise studio, theatre room, lounge area, fire pit and children’s play area, among other things. Residents will have easy access to Morgan Heights Linear Park via a walking trail that connects the community.

Some homes are move-in ready, and buyers have already started taking possession.

“Everyone is thrilled with their new home,” Trent says.

Homes at Jacobsen start at $469,900. For more information, visit www.jacobsenliving.com, call 604-538-5591 or stop by the sales centre at #1-2687 158th Street, open daily (except Friday) between noon and 5 p.m.

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