Fraser Heights Real Estate & Homes For Sale
A neighbourhood in Surrey’s town centre of Guildford, Fraser Heights is a picturesque and wooded locality. One of the more “suburban-like” geographies of Surrey, this neighbourhood is much-loved for its access to nature and freedom from the glaring lights and sounds of the rest of Surrey.
Bound by Highway 15 to the East, Fraser River to the North and Highway 1 to the South, Fraser Heights has a very distinct natural boundary that separates it from the rest of the neighbourhoods in Guildford. Another feature that makes Fraser Heights unique – its proximity to the Coquitlam mountain. Almost all homes in this locality look out towards the mountain.
Just like the rest of Surrey, Fraser Heights too is ethnically diverse, with there being a mix of Europeans, South Asians, South-East Asians and Canadians here. Fraser Heights is one of the low-population areas of Surrey, with an estimated 25,000 people living here. This smaller population makes the neighbourhood more intimate and friendly. There is a very vibrant sense of community here. Fraser Heights is also a very young place. According to the 2006 census, the neighbourhood had the highest percentage of teenagers in all of Surrey.
The residents of Fraser Heights mostly come from upper-class families.
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The primary place for community recreation is the Fraser Heights Recreation Centre. The centre has its own sports & games facilities, offers academic and skills programs to people of all ages and has a childminding service. The annual country fair held in June is organized here and attracts visitors from across Surrey.
If you or your kids love to swim, the Hjorth Road Outdoor Pool and Port Kells Outdoor Pool are great places to visit. Fraser Heights also has numerous parks and woodlands where residents can walk, run and bike. Birch Grove Hatchery Trail, Tynehead Regional Park (a pet-friendly place), Surrey Bend Regional Park and Pine Trail are areas worth mentioning.
This neighbourhood is also a short drive away from the Landmark Cinemas Surrey, where the latest films are played. The Guildford Station Pub and The Taphouse Guildford are two restaurants that offer delicious global cuisine.
The Erma Stephenson Elementary, Fraser Heights Secondary School and Dogwood Elementary School are three of the best schools located in Fraser Heights. They are, in fact, three of the best educational institutions in Surrey.
If you’re looking for a quality health care service, the Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre is a good choice; so is VitalAire Healthcare.
Fraser Heights is secluded compared to other Guildford neighbourhoods. But there’s no need to worry. The bus system is excellent, and you get buses every few minutes. The SkyTrain project is also underway, and within a few years, you’ll have excellent train connectivity to Fraser Heights too.
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