The kitchens at Boffo's Adagio is one of the highlights.

Italian traditions at Boffo’s Adagio

Boffo has been one of the top developers in the Lower Mainland for decades, and they are known for beautiful homes.



Boffo has been one of the top developers in the Lower Mainland for decades, and they are known for beautiful homes. They’ve brought their expertise to South Surrey with Adagio, a condominium project that has already been extremely popular with local purchasers.

“Everyone who has moved in already has been absolutely thrilled by the amenities, the homes and the entire aesthetic,” says sales manager Sandra Miller. “Boffo has a long history of Italian traditions and attention to detail, and these homes are reflective of that.”

A beautifully landscaped community courtyard with trees, paths and garden plots is just one of the amazing things available for residents at Adagio.

“Every aspect has been taken care of here,” says Miller. “The Boffo stamp is on this project. We’re very proud of it.”

Inside, the one-bedroom and den, two- and three-bedroom homes feature nine-foot ceilings (12 feet on the top floor) and large windows that let the natural light pour in. Large terraces and patios add to your living space.

The kitchen is an absolute highlight. Natural granite or quartz slab countertops are matched with a complementary backsplash, and the under-cabinet and recessed lighting beautifully illuminates your tasks. Stainless-steel appliances, including a five-burner gas cooktop and a 36-inch counter-depth fridge, and 40-inch upper cabinets are perfectly situated, and large kitchen islands feature a wine chiller and tons of space for food preparation or casual dining.

Premium laminate flooring is featured throughout the main living areas, while the bedrooms include carpet made for sinking your toes into.

The bathrooms are luxurious and soothing, with either an oversize shower with frameless glass enclosure or an oversize soaker tub/shower combination. Bathrooms include a built-in wall niche, and ensuites have a radiant heated floor. The custom suspended under-lit vanity and natural granite or quartz countertops are complemented by a matching backsplash. Most ensuites include a his-and-hers vanity for extra convenience.

The community is one of the big draws for purchasers at Adagio.

“The location is fantastic,” Miller says. “You can’t beat it.”

Located in the Semiahmoo neighbourhood, residents at Adagio will find everything they can possibly imagine on their front doorstep. From dining at one of the delicious local restaurants to shopping at nearby Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, Morgan Crossing or Grandview Corners, nothing is out of reach. Leisure and recreation is also close by, with several parks, pools, arenas and clubs in the neighbourhood, as well as White Rock beach. If it’s a bit of culture you’re looking for, you’ll find an art gallery, theatre and museum just minutes away.

On-site, homeowners at Adagio will find a lounge with chef’s demonstration kitchen, double-sided fireplace, televisions, pool table and a large garden and patio area. There is also a fully equipped fitness centre with a steam room.

“There is always something going on here,” says Miller. “People appreciate that. It’s a wonderful social atmosphere.”

Homes range from one-bedroom and den homes, offering 784 square feet of living space, up to 1,279 square feet for a three-bedroom, three-bath home. For more information, visit AdagioByBoffo.ca, contact sales managers Sandra Miller and Ian Watts of Bay Realty Ltd. at 604-531-6659 or stop by the presentation centre at 101-15360 20th Avenue at 154th, South Surrey, open daily between noon and 5 p.m., except Fridays.

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