Cloverdale is technically part of Surrey, but it identifies as its own town. In the early days, Cloverdale was the city centre of Surrey until the 1960’s when the city centre moved to Whalley. Cloverdale real estate has had rapid growth in the last twenty years, and with the SkyTrain coming, we expect that growth only to intensify.
Cloverdale defining characteristics:
- Cloverdale may have a strong agricultural heritage, but it’s now known for so much more! Cloverdale is very picturesque, with handsome downtown streets featured on TV shows like Riverdale & Smallville.
- It’s not just an excellent set for movies! It’s also a great set for date night with many great restaurants in both the mini Hollywood core and Clayton’s commercial area along Fraser Highway.
- People that live in Cloverdale love how quickly you can commute to either Highway 1 and beyond. Alternatively, you can head south to the USA border and White Rock.
Neighbourhoods of Cloverdale
Cloverdale Central Real Estate Guide
Downtown Cloverdale and its famous main streets were the locations of the aforementioned Surrey city centre. The downtown Cloverdale area is rich with great restaurants, and surprisingly fun nightlife. Cloverdale has some townhomes and condos but is mostly made up of single-family detached homes in a more traditional suburb.
Real Estate Guide
Clayton Heights is Cloverdale’s newest neighbourhood, with large amounts of condos and townhomes built in the last twenty years. Many of the detached houses in Clayton Heights have secondary and tertiary suites (some unlicensed). Clayton Heights also has great restaurants along Fraser Highway near their own major grocery stores. The SkyTrain will go through the centre of Clayton Heights, following Fraser Highway on its way to Langley.
Real Estate Guide
Serpentine real estate is made up of mostly farmland with homes with large acreages. The Serpentine area is south of downtown Cloverdale and shares its commercial infrastructure.