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The Village

10221 133a Street
North Surrey, V3T 5J8 F26 - Whalley

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Village at Surrey Place - 10221 133A Street Surrey, BC V3T 5J8, NWS1834 - Located on 133A Street and University Drive in the heart of Whalley of North Surrey. Village at Surrey Place offers 76 homes built in 1981 that are professionally managed. This building is centrally located neat transit, Central City Mall, SFU, London Drugs, library, restaurants, pubs, Holland Park, Surrey Memorial Hospital, recreation and much more! Direct access to major transportation routes including Fraser Highway, allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations.  Village at Surrey Place features covered balconies, a courtyard with manicured greenery and a playground area for the kids. This building has secured parking, extra storage, shared laundry facilities and an elevator.  The addresses for Village at Surrey Place are 10221 133A Street and 13344 102A Avenue. This is a central location that offers condo living at its best - Live at Village at Surrey Place!

 

 

 

 

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The Village Technical Info

Building Name The Village
Address 10221 133a Street
City North Surrey
Neighborhood Whalley
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 76
Units in Strata:76
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1981
Strata Website www.bsmstrata.ca
Management Bradshaw Strata Management
  604-576-2424
  604-576-2405
 info@bsmstrata.ca
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWS1834
Strata Plan Log-in NWS1834
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A The Village - 13344 102A AVE - NWS1834
  2. B Village At Surrey Place - 13308 102A AVE - NWS1757
  3. C Thornbury Manor - 13364 102ND AVE - NWS2216
  4. D Village At Surrey Place - 13322 102A AVE - NWS1757
  5. E The Village At Surrey Place - 13328 102A AVE - NWS1757
  6. F The Villages - 13332 102A AVE - NWS1757
  7. G Surrey Place - 13338 102A AVE - NWS1757
  8. H The Village at Surrey Place - 13302 102A AVE - NWS1757
  9. I The Village at Surrey Place - 13314 102A AVE - NWS1757
  10. J Element - 13339 102A AVE - BCS3483
  11. K Agenda - 13321 102A AVE - BCS3359
  12. L Sutton Manor - 10157 134A STREET - NWS2217
  13. M Sutton Manor - 10157 UNIVERSITY DRIVE - NWS2217
  14. N The Holland - 10158 133 STREET -
  15. O Ethical Gardens - 10237 133RD STREET - BCS3462
  16. P One Central - 10297 133a ST - EPP20733
  17. Q Connect - 13260 Old Yale ROAD - 10207
  18. R Yale House - 13316 OLD YALE ROAD - NWS1762
  19. S Ultra - 10290 133 STREET - EPS769
  20. T Olympic Court - 10289 133RD STREET - BCS2859
  21. U Cedarbrae Estates - 10232 132ND STREET - NWS1976
  22. V Connect - 13228 OLD YALE ROAD -
  23. W Ultra Surrey City Center - 13325 102A AVE - EPS769
  24. X Melrose Gardens - 10128 132ND STREET - LMS2791
  25. Y Melrose Court - 10082 132ND STREET - LMS1754
  26. Z 3 Civic Plaza - 13483 103 AVE - EPS4743
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Sales for November were down 43% from the same period last year. 3,461 new listings were recorded in November

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