Edgemere Gardens-10071 Swinton Crescent, Richmond, BC V7A 3S9, NWS30. This complex features 89 units with 42 units at 10011, 10031, 10051, 10071, 10091 and 10111 Swinton, 26 units at 10251, 10271 and 10291 Steveston and 21 units at 10600, 10620 and 10640 No 4 Road. Edgemere Gardens is a well-managed 2 level townhome complex that was built in 1970. It features great swimming pool, lovely grounds, park like front yard, gas fireplace in the living room, large size master bedroom, quiet neighborhood, in suite laundry, carport. Most of the units have kitchen window looking onto the grassy area in front of the townhome (great for watching your children play while you do the dishes), natural gas forced air furnace, large storage area. Additional free parking is available on a first come first serve basis. There is also a visitor parking at the entrance to the complex on Swinton. The outdoor pool is open from the May long weekend until the September long weekend. Truly one of the most sought after townhouse complexes in Richmond. Pool ad tennis courts are just steps away. It is close to Hugh McRoberts Secondary School, South Arm Community Centre, Childs World Preschool, South Arm Outdoor Pool, Walter Lee Elementary School, John T Errington Elementary School, Creative Expressions Preschool, Richlea Shopping Centre, Maple Lane Elementary, Richmond Country Club. Crossroads: Steveston Highway and No. 4 Road.
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