Clayton Heights Neighbourhood Profile

Why Move to Clayton, Surrey?

Clayton Heights has become a very dense, bustling and ever expanding community with young families pouring in! As a newer community most of the homes, schools and amenities are modern

Location:
East Surrey, North of the Fraser Highway and bordering Langley

Types of Homes:
Expect to see mostly newer detached homes on smaller lots, townhomes and condos.

Many of the detached homes have basement suites and what we refer to as ‘lane homes’ or ‘coach homes’. There can be issues with finding parking because so many people are opting for one of these ‘mortgage helpers’ in their home so you may want to be extra aware if you’re buying in that area.

Market Review (Jan. 2022):
Average detached home $1,834,693 up 33.3% over last year
Average townhome $980,969 up 47.4% over last year
Average condo $586,950 up 38.5%

Transportation:
Although parking can be an issue, transit is not.
There is easy access off of the Fraser Highway and Highway 176 which is the main throughway down to the US border or north to the #1 Trans Canada Highway.
Translink will be extending the Skytrain to Langley by 2028 and there will be 3 stops running through the heart of Clayton.

Schools

https://www.surreyschools.ca/pages/default.aspx

Private School: Fraser Valley School: “PYP International Baccalaureate World School for Grades K-5 and a MYP Candidate School for Grades 6-8.”

Clayton Heights Secondary

Clayton Heights Elementary

Shopping/Dining
Team favourite is Dublin Crossing Irish Pub

Clayton Crossing Mall and Hillcrest Mall host most of your shopping needs and nearby historic Cloverdale has many adorable local shops/restaurants.

Parks
We especially love outdoor space living these days! Clayton has many outdoor spaces to enjoy including an off-leash dog park

Clayton Park

Clayton off leash dog park

Recreation and Culture:
Clayton has just opened it’s new “$43.5-million Surrey community centre – Canada’s largest Passive House green building…

Spanning a total floor area of 75,000 sq ft, it includes a 14,000 sq ft new additional branch for the City of Surrey’s public library network, as well as a fitness gym, a gymnasium, a performing arts studio for up to 200 people, four sound-proof music studios, a two-storey visual arts studio, a wood working studio, a community test kitchen, and pre-school space.

Cloverdale Curling Rink

Clayton Hills Golf Course

Elements Casino

Cloverdale Athletic Park

Neighbourhood Highlights

Walk Score

Dave Masson

Founder/Realtor® Team Lead/CIR REALTY Vancouver Owner

Dave graduated from BCIT with a Diploma in Professional Sales and Marketing and began his successful real estate career in 2010. He received the prestigious Rookie of the Year Award from Royal LePage in his first year. Since then, Dave has consistently ranked among the top performers, placing in the top 10% of Royal LePage agents from 2013 to 2015 and in the top 5% from 2016 to 2019. He is highly regarded by clients for his negotiation skills and client-centric approach, ensuring they get the best possible price for their home sales or purchases in the shortest time.

Outside of work, Dave loves connecting with people and organizes various family fun and client appreciation events throughout the year. In his free time, he enjoys staying active at the gym, playing hockey on multiple teams, and cherishing moments with his wife Kristy and daughters Kashton and Quinn. Giving back is also a core value for Dave, as he serves on the board of directors at Ruben’s Shoes Society, a local non-profit organization that builds and supports schools in impoverished areas. To raise funds for this cause, he annually hosts Ruben’s Classic, a hockey tournament.

Dave’s dedication, expertise, and commitment to his clients and community have made him an exceptional real estate agent. With his extensive track record of success and his genuine care for people, he continues to make a positive impact in the industry and beyond.

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