Guildhouse By Mosaic - 10168 149th Street, Surrey, BC V3R 3Z8, Canada. Strata Plan LMP4420. Crossroads are 149th Street and 101A Avenue located in Surrey. This apartment is 4-storey with 79 units. Completion date in 2019. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, heat, hot water, management, recreation facility and snow removal.
Nearby Schools are Guildford Park Secondary School, Kwantlen Park Secondary School, Queen Elizabeth Secondary School, Hjorth Road Elementary School, Iqra School, Johnston Heights Secondary School and Mary Jane Shannon Elementary School. Supermarkets and Grocery stores nearby are T & T Supermarket INC., Safeway Supermarket, Hannam Supermarket, Fiji Island Supermarket, Greenway Supermarket Inc, Kingswood Grocery, Jim's Food Market, Lucky Convenience Store and Pinoy Fleetwood Grocery and Computer Service. Nearby parks include Hjorth Rd Swimming Pool, Douglas Park and Bonaccord Park. Short drive to Guildford, Langley and White Rock.
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Guildhouse By Mosaic Technical Info
||Guildhouse By Mosaic
||10168 149 Street
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|Units in Development: ||79|
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Guildhouse By Mosaic MLS® Listings And/Or Area MLS® Listings
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