Welcome to brookswood
A Peaceful Semi-Rural Langley B.C. Community
The community of Brookswood in Langley, BC is a unique and desirable semi-rural area. This is a peaceful and safe area that is well away from the hustle and bustle of the commercial core, yet still within convenient range. Brookswood is fairly close to the US border and the Campbell Valley Industrial area, that is a major employment base.
Homes and neighbourhoods in Brookswood generally have large lot sizes of approximately 10,000 sq.ft. + typically. There are many estate type homes. The area is also ripe for future development considering it has many development acreage properties.
Buying a home in Brookswood is a great option for those seeking more land in the way of large property sizes. It’s ideal for those who might be seeking greater privacy and separation from neighboring homes. Single-family detached houses dominate the housing mix here. Finally, the character of the area is one that is semi-rural in nature. Often times, homes on acreages here are still on well and septic. So it’s important to verify if a prospective property that you want to buy is connected to city water and sewer.
Brookswood is approximately bounded by 196 Street (Surrey) to the West, 212 Street to the East, 16 Ave to the South and 44 Ave to the North. The community is commonly accessed from the 200 Street or 208 Street.
PARKS AND RECREATION
There are a couple of great parks in the Brookswood area to enjoy. Campbell Valley Regional Park is hugely popular among residents and visitors alike. Langley Golf Course is a marquee recreational facility that is close by and is great for a round of golf. Noel Booth Community Park is a popular and central park while George Preston Recreation Centre serves the needs of area residents at 20699 42 Ave.
George Preston Recreation Centre
Campbell Valley Regional Park
Noel Booth Community Park
Buying a home in Brookswood is generally a good place to call home and/or a solid investment. It has the benefit of relatively large land sizes that are a rare commodity these days, as things everywhere seem to be densifying quickly. Land values appreciate over time and so this puts a strong foundation under the property values in this area. Plus, there is the added bonus of lots of future development potential in the years ahead.