405 - 1256 E 27th Street

Lynn Valley, North Vancouver


$819,900

SOLD

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405 - 1256 E 27th Street, Lynn Valley, North Vancouver

2 Bedroom Apartment at Lynn Valley Residences


The Residences at Lynn Valley by Bosa Development will redefine the heart of Lynn Valley with 6 well-designed residential building over 350 homes and 47,000 square ft of new commercial space. Phase One consists of 2 boutique buildings with 112 homes scheduled to complete in Spring 2019. The Residences features exclusive elements such as solid concrete construction, geothermal heating, air-conditioning, smooth finish over-height ceilings, hardwood flooring, custom imported Italian cabinetry and expansive outdoor terraces and patios. Bright, open floor-plans with integrated European appliances and quartz wrapped kitchen islands are just a few of the amazing features that set The Residences apart. 2 parking stalls are included with this home.

 

Features Of
This Property


Type: Condo
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 1140
Full Baths: 2
Parking: 2
Storage: 1
Balcony/Patio: 1
View: Mountain
Storeys: 12
Year Built: 2019
Warranty: 2/5/10
Rental Restriction: None
Rental Suite: None
Maintenance Fees: $433.20

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Floorplan 1

The Location & Surroundings


 

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