316 - 111 W 2nd Street

Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver


$785,900

SOLD

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316 - 111 W 2nd Street, Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver

2 Bedroom at Wallace & McDowell, Lower Lonsdale


Welcome to Wallace & McDowell, a collection of 64 homes in a mixed-use concrete building located in vibrant Lower Lonsdale. This A3 home and the final 1 bed home available at W&M has it all: over height 9.5" ceilings, wide plank laminatethroughout, stainless steel Fisher & Paykel appliances with gas range, Blomberg dishwasher and modern kitchen cabinetry. Looking for privacy? Our concrete construction offers peace and quiet. Not only do we have concrete floors, but ask about our concrete partition walls between all homes - a feature unique to Wallace & McDowell. This home comes with in-suite laundry, two parking stall and large external storage options available for bikes and other gear

 

Features Of
This Property


Type: Condo
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 1152
Full Baths: 2
Parking: 2
Storage: 2
Balcony/Patio: 1
View: City
Storeys: 6
Year Built: 2016
Style: Boutique low rise building
Warranty: 2/5/10
Rental Restriction: None
Maintenance Fees: $480

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The Location & Surroundings


 

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BC offering $850 rebate to scrap your old car and buy an e-bike

Written On Jun 19th 2019

“Our government is focused on protecting the environment and working in partnership with communities to improve our walking, cycling, and other active networks,” said George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy. “By making it easier for people to move around our communities using active transportation, we cut down on carbon pollution and help make life better for people.” [read more]

 

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