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Cottonwood is a charming neighbourhood in the coastal city of Maple Ridge nestled in one of the top most natural settings in the regional district of Metro Vancouver. Surrounded by breathtaking views throughout the seasons, the neighbourhood enjoys some of the most pleasant weather in Canada, with spring and fall often warm and the winters mild. Close to main basic infrastructure like schools and major roadways, Cottonwood is also home to thriving, in demand housing developments.

Houses in the neighbourhood are a blend of single family homes and multi family households. Families and young professionals are willing to commute to nearby cities for work. Cottonwood is just minutes away from the municipality and is bordered by Dewdney Trunk road in the north, Kanaka Creek road in the south, 232nd street west and 240th street east. This gives easy access to great options for recreation, dining and shopping. Although many quaint homes have been replaced with modern ones over the years, some still maintain the old charm.

Residents in Cottonwood are primarily college educated, adults with the average age of 35. The large yards and sidewalks lined with trees appeals to the mature individual with 48% and 53% of the populace being between the ages 20 and 49 and are married respectively. Noticeably, there is almost the same amount of senior residents over 50, 24% as there are children under 19, 29%.

Employment Opportunities

The city of Maple Ridge offers a vast assortment of recreational and natural attractions with activities along the Fraser river, Golden Ears mountain and the other parks and natural areas . This makes tourism one of the biggest businesses in the territory. Cottonwood also benefits from the flourishing technology industry, as well as sales and services, business and finance and agriculture. The city is quite business-accommodating, with a favourable investment climate. Access to close-by cities and activities, that make the area industry friendly, could be related to the low unemployment rate of only 4.6%. On average, residents in this area earn 428,647 CAD, which is higher than the territory’s average income of $24,687 CAD.

Shopping/Dining

Minutes from Cottonwood is the Haney Place Mall, which offers a wide variety of retailers and professional services. These include a clothing and grocery stores, department and discount stores, and a variety dining options. Boasting over 600 stores and boutiques for antiques, gifts, art and more, Maple Ridge is a great place shop.

Cottonwood residents can visit Dewdney Trunk Road, toward the north, or Lougheed Highway, to the west to find delightful food. The Frogstone Grill, close to Telosky Stadium is a regular spot residents go to enjoy exotic food treats, or they can go further and try Japanese, Greek, Italian. There is something for every taste, including chain food restaurants and bistros like Tim Horton’s and Dominos.

Transportation

Most of Cottonwood residents use their own vehicle to get around the area and the city, however people have the option of public transportation as well. A TransLink bus runs directly through the area doing regular stops. Lougheed Highway is likewise open from Cottonwood, which leads into vital areas in the city, with Highway 7 running just outside the neighbourhood. The Pitt Meadows Regional Airport is less than 3 kilometers from Maple Ridge.

Schools

Children living in Cottonwood go to Kanaka Creek Elementary or Golden Ears Elementary, depending on where they live in the area, and the two schools feed into Thomas Haney Secondary School. Thomas Hanley school is known for offering customized learning strategies to students which have been considered more fruitful than the traditional plan. Maple Ridge also offers several private school alternatives, and higher-learning facilities like Sprott Shaw University.

Arts and Entertainment

The Acts Arts Center is minutes from the Cottonwood neighborhood and is a center point of art and creativity in Maple Ridge. Locals visit frequently to take in live shows or to join classes teaching 2D drawing, ceramics and more. Live exhibitions are also featured at the Poscenium and Black Box Studio Theaters, while the Maple Ridge Gallery showcases some skilled craftsmanship done by local artists and students. Those with an enthusiasm for history will enjoy the Maple Ridge Museum, where a model railroad diorama never fails to impress. A few festivals are held all through the city, including the Music on the Wharf show held each late spring, and the Bruce’s Country Market Spring Festival.

Recreation/Sport

Cottonwood residents have the advantage of their own virtual desert spring situated in the southern parts of the neighbourhood. The Kanaka Creek offers options to go fishing or watersports alternatives, while the Trans Canada Trail is open for cycling, climbing and exploration. Locals can get to the trail from the western end of 110th Avenue just before 237th Street. Outside of the area, Golden Ears Park is excellent for outdoor activities and sports.

Adrenaline junkies can get their fill with skydiving at Pitt Meadows air terminal or skateboard at the Thomas Haney Park. Family oriented activities like WildPlay, an exciting adventure course featuring suspension bridges and Tarzan-style swinging ropes, is a popular family attraction. Residents of Cottonwood have no shortage of exciting recreational activities to enjoy.

Investing In Cottonwood Real Estate

The Cottonwood neighbourhood has something for everyone. Affordable home prices makes it ideal for individuals working in nearby cities, who prefer a more peaceful area to live. It is also an excellent resource for investors, since there are still older homes that are perfect for renovations, for an excellent potential return on investment.

Families in Cottonwood enjoy being so close to a host of recreational and outdoor activities and options. Employment rates are at a high of near 90%, with a similar percentage owning their homes. This represents a stability that drives investor success in communities like Cottonwood, and meets all the criteria of a comfortable neighbourhood. Combined with affordable housing options, the choice for investing in Cottonwood real estate is very attractive.