321 - 255 W 1st Street

Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver


$779,900

SOLD

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321 - 255 W 1st Street, Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver

About this Condo in Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver


West Quay by Polygon - a collection of apartment homes that pairs an eclectic urban lifestyle with soothing natural beauty in North Vancouver's Lower Lonsdale area. This South facing 3 bedroom 2 bathroom view home features a spa inspired bathroom with deluxe linen closet & spa-like shower with bench seating. Featuring vaulted 9 ft ceilings in the living & dining rooms, in-floor radiant heating and premium stainless steel appliances. Amenities include a fitness studio and social lounge. 

 

Features Of
This Property


Type: Condo
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 1236
Full Baths: 2
Parking: 2
Storage: 1
Kitchens: 1
Balcony/Patio: 1
View: City & Water
Storeys: 5
Year Built: 2017
Style: View Condo
Warranty: 2/5/10
Rental Restriction: None

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Floorplan 1, 2

 

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