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Woodland Grove

10086 154th Street


North Surrey, V3R 4J6 F27 - Guildford

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Woodland Grove - 10086 154th Street, Surrey, V3R 4J6. Strata No: NWS2341. Built in 1985, complex consists of 34 units. Located in the desirable area of Guildford in North Surrey on 154 Street and 100 Avenue. Woodland Grove offers 34 luxury townhomes built in 1989 in a well maintained and self-managed complex. This is a central location close to transit, Guildford mall, T&T Supermarket, IGA, Famous Players, London Drugs, medical services, banks, restaurants, coffee shops, Surrey Public Library, Maple Green Park and more! Direct access to highways including the Trans-Canada Highway, allows an easy commute surrounding destinations. Most homes feature two levels, ceramic tile floors, concrete tile roof, single car garages with additional parking in the driveway, in-suite laundry and a cozy wood burning fireplace. Residents have spacious balcony and patio areas with private yards. Woodland Grove is wheelchair accessible, has beautiful garden areas, offer a common clubhouse and visitor parking is available. This is a multple address complex that includes 10042, 10050, 10056, 10062, 10074, 10080, 10086, 10094 and 10098 154 Street. This is a great location with townhome living at it's best - Live at Woodland Grove!

Strata Sub Categories: Strata Townhouses
 

Woodland Grove Technical Info

Building Name Woodland Grove
Address 10086 154th Street
City North Surrey
Neighborhood Guildford
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 2
Units in Development: 34
Units in Strata:34
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 1985
Strata Website www.frasercampbell.com/
Management Fraser Campbell Property M
  604-585-3276
 info@frasercampbell..
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWS2341
Strata Plan Log-in NWS2341
Title to Land Freehold Strata
  

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10086 154 St, Surrey, BC
10086 154 St, Surrey, BC
10086 154 St, Surrey, BC
10086 154 St, Surrey, BC

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Woodland Grove - 10056 154TH STREET - NWS2341
  2. B Woodland Grove - 10080 154TH STREET - NWS2341
  3. C Woodland Grove - 10094 154 - NWS2341
  4. D Woodland Grove - 10050 154TH STREET - NWS2341
  5. E Woodland Grove - 10042 154TH STREET - NWS2341
  6. F Woodland Grove - 10098 154 STREET - NWS2341
  7. G Escada - 15388 101ST AVE - BCS2783
  8. H Bishop Mews - 10051 155TH STREET - LMS346
  9. I Plum Tree Lane - 15439 100TH AVE - NWS3145
  10. J Heatherton - 10045 154TH STREET - NWS3149
  11. K Canterbury - 15450 101A AVE - LMS4041
  12. L Cobblefield Lane - 15488 101A AVE - LMS3241
  13. M The Soul Of Guildford - 15353 100TH AVE - BCS1537
  14. N Spring Meadows - 10038 155TH STREET - LMS491
  15. O Escada - 15322 101 AVE - BCS2783
  16. P Brighton Green - 10130 155TH STREET - LMS352
  17. Q Escada - 10058 153RD STREET - BCS2783
  18. R Escada - 10066 153RD STREET - BCS2783
  19. S Escada - 10060 153RD STREET - BCS2783
  20. T Guildford Park - 10077 156TH STREET - NWS2717
  21. U Charlton Park - 15385 101A AVE - BCS1816
  22. V The Sommerset - 10186 155TH STREET - LMS2932
  23. W The Sommerset - 10188 155TH STREET - LMS2932
  24. X Guildford Park - 10091 156TH STREET - NWS2717
  25. Y Charlton Park - 10180 153RD STREET - BCS1816
  26. Z Chestnut Lane - 10238 155A STREET - LMS1023
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