305 - 1236 E 27th

Lynn Valley, North Vancouver


$1,099,900

SOLD

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305 - 1236 E 27th, Lynn Valley, North Vancouver

About this Condo in Lynn Valley, North Vancouver


The Residences at Lynn Valley by Bosa Development will redefine the heart of Lynn Valley with 6 well-designed residential buildings, over 350 homes and 47,000 sq ft of new commercial space. Phase 3 consists of 2 buildings with 132 units and is scheduled to complete in Spring 2019. The Residences feature solid concrete construction, geothermal heating, air conditioning, smooth finish over-height ceilings, hardwood flooring, custom imported Italian cabinetry and an expansive outdoor amenity space, social room, theatre and gym. 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


MLS®: R2136454
Type: Condo
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 1,449 sqft
Full Baths: 2
Half Baths: 0
View: Landscaped courtyard/garden
Storeys: 7
Year Built: 2019
Style: Corner Unit
Maintenance Fees: $475.64

The Location & Surroundings


 

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