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Tatton

1239 Soball Street, Coquitlam, V3B 0E5VCQBM - Burke Mountain

Developers Website: www.mosaichomes.com/about-us
  • Suites: 34
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 2010
  • Title To Land: Frhld/strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: BCP37085
  • Management company:  COLLIERS
  •  Bldg#: 812

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Tatton - 1239 Soball Street, Coquitlam, BC V3B 3H7, BCP37085 - located in Burke Mountain area of Coquitlam, near the crossroads Soball Street and Wilkie Avenue. Tatton is steps from Leigh Elementary, Victoria Park, Tri-City Family Place and PoCo Trail. Irvine Elementary, Learn & Play Preschool, Town Centre Skatepark, Blakeburn Elementary and Blakeburn Park are within minutes from the complex. Tatton Has an easy access to the Lougheed Hwy and Trans-Canada Hwy1. Award winning MOSAIC Homes quality built Tatton in 2010. This three-level building has a frame-wood construction and mixed exterior finishing. Tatton features spacious home plans that range from 2,783 to 2,791 square feet in interior living space. Georgian architecture, Stained cedar shingle, brick and fieldstone exteriors as well as Edwardian and Westcoast landscaping themes are some exterior features of this development. The ground floors of these rowhomes and single family homes are very wide and provides amazing views of the park and mountains. Most homes offer open living areas with 9' ceilings, large backyards, detached two car garage, massive windows allow for lots of natural light, spacious deck off the kitchen, granite counters, shaker wood cabinets, porcelain tiles in entry and all bathrooms.

Strata Sub Categories: Strata

Tatton Technical Info

Building Name Tatton
Address 1239 Soball Street
City Coquitlam
Neighborhood Burke Mountain
Listing Price Range N/A
Units in Development: 68
Units in Strata:34
Property Types Frhld/strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2010
Developer Mosaic Development
ManagementColliers
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan BCP37085
Title to Land Frhld/strata

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Other Buildings in Complex and/or Area

  1. Tatton - 1237 SOBALL STREET - BCP37085
  2. Tatton - 1169 SOBALL STREET - BCP37085
  3. Tatton - 1225 HOLTBY STREET - BCP37085
  4. Tatton - 3437 WILKIE AVE - BCP37085
  5. Tatton - 1231 HOLTBY STREET - BCP37085
  6. Tatton - 1237 HOLTBY STREET - BCP37085
  7. Tatton - 1240 HOLTBY STREET - BCS3477
  8. Tatton - 1245 HOLTBY STREET - BCS3714
  9. Tatton - 3445 WILKIE AVE - BCP37085
  10. Tatton - 3459 WILKIE AVE - BCS3714
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  12. Tyneridge North - 1305 SOBALL STREET - BCP40886

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