Auguston showcases the best things that British Columbia has to offer. The neighborhood is only minutes away from downtown and also features highway interchanges to Vancouver. Plus, it provides easy access to sporting facilities, quality schools, hiking trails, and parks while being surrounded by the majestic Sumas Mountain.
This master-planned community is surrounded by acres and acres of protected parkland and boasts houses that sit close to the sidewalks, have verandahs and front porches where people spend their afternoons talking to their neighbors, and have a truly familiar feel. This is just one of the many things that make this neighborhood a great place to raise a family.
The community has numerous walking trails for those looking to relax a bit after a rough day at work, while kinds can meet up with their friends in parks once they come back from the top-rated school present in the neighborhood. Two of the most famous parks in the area include the Callaghan Park which has a great playground for children and a basketball court, while Mathers Park has a baseball diamond and a soccer field. There’s also a water park here for a fun day out!
A famous tourist attraction here is the Sunset Swing, a hiking trail dotted with countless streams and trees that leads to an old field clearing featuring breathtaking vistas. As the name suggests, there’s a swing here, which guarantees incredible views.
As the community looks to expand, there are a lot of opportunities for purchasing new homes. The real state here is present in a natural green space with beautiful and scenic views of the Sumas mountains and parks and nature trails right at your doorstep.
Living in this neighborhood means you’re never really far away from nature or recreation. In addition to parks, green spaces, playgrounds, and basketball places to stretch out your muscles, there are hiking trails in the area as well with more than 300 acres of dedicated conservation and park land. You’ll be living in a peaceful and family-oriented community surrounded by streams, trees, and mountains.