Cloverdale’s history is deeply rooted in agriculture. Although it still retains its small-town charm, this community is one of the fastest-growing neighbourhoods in the province.
Tangerine has managed to capture a little slice of history by repurposing The Main family’s 1924 dairy farm into a beautiful amenities space for residents. Inside this heritage building, homeowners will have exclusive use to work stations, as well as a Kitchenette Lounge with Gathering Room for larger parties, ideal for family and friends to celebrate special occasions in a unique setting. Outside is a lovely patio and entertaining space to meet up with neighbours and friends or in the Children’s play area.
“In today’s development world, where old structures are quickly being replaced by new fancy buildings, we were excited with the opportunity to retain the Main family home and incorporate it into our new building,” says Aman Dhillon – Tangerine Developments. “Cloverdale was the City of Surrey’s first town centre so having a heritage component in our development was important in keeping up with what Cloverdale’s identity is. It was the heart of the municipality’s education and administration services.”
Inspired by the rich history of the Main homestead, these homes come equipped with modern homes with a charming historical nod featuring: Samsung Energy Star rated stainless steel appliance package, including a French door refrigerator, Quartz countertops, large under-mount single bowl stainless kitchen sink and a classic glass pendant lighting over the kitchen island.
Designed for all stages in life by Creatives Spaces, you can choose between three beautifully curated colour schemes – Farmhouse (with grey shaker), Pacific (with characterful blue island), and Elements (modern and bright).
“Chronicle’s design takes the comfortable, relaxed farmhouse style and adds modern touches such as smooth lines, glossy accents and neutral colour schemes,” says Janet Hardy – Creative Spaces. “It’s less rustic, more sophisticated and uses contemporary design elements like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and sleek lighting.”
Today, Cloverdale is renowned as the heritage heart of Surrey, housing many historic sites, such as the municipal hall circa 1912, the Museum of Surrey, Surrey Archives, the BC Vintage Truck Museum, the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway, and much more.
Chronicle is close to all of the amenities urbanites want, including the Cloverdale Recreation Centre, Cloverdale Arena, Bear Creek Outdoor Pool, and is home to the annual Cloverdale Rodeo. Not only that, Cloverdale is home to great hidden gems, including independent boutiques, shops and restaurants. Chronicle truly embodies the best of rural with the modern amenities discerning people want.
Register now for VIP access to the presentation centre, located at #150-20202 66th Ave. Langley Chronicle offers an exciting opportunity to live in a beautiful new home, in a neighbourhood that honours its rich past. Mark your calendars: Chronicle is anticipated to launch this October 16th. For more information, visit www.liveatchronicle.ca.