Kensington Park - 11935 Burnett Street, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 9P9, Strata Plan No. BCS4014, 4 levels, 65 units, built 2011. Located on the shores of the mighty Fraser River, with stunning views of the Golden Ears Mountains, Kensington Park by Quadra Homes is a collection of 65 fully equipped and beautifully finished condo units nestled in downtown Maple Ridge, at Fuller Avenue and Burnett Street.
This limited collection of one and two bedroom apartment units ranging from 700 to 1,186 sq. ft. reflects urban West Coast contemporary architecture. Contemporary interiors boast 9' ceilings, air conditioned master bedroom, high end laminate floors, cozy fireplace, granite countertops, tile backsplashes, sleek stainless steel appliances, front loading laundry appliances, maple wood cabinetry, and ceramic tiled flooring. Large window bring in natural light and expansive balconies provide extra space for outdoor entertaining.
Located in the heart of Maple Ridge, Kensington is close to the Arts Centre, Theatre and Library, Ridge Meados Hospital and the Telosky/Thomas Haney Centres. For shopping options, homebuyers at Kensington Park Condos will be close to Haney Place Mall, Valley Fair Mall, Save on Foods and numerous other grocers in addition to multiple schools including Thomas Haney Secondary, Golden Ears Elementary and Douglas College. Also, recreational activities nearby include the Maple Ridge Gold Course, Planet Ice, Kanaka Creek Regional Park, Albion Fairgrounds, Sports Complex, Maple Ridge Upper Park and the Revs Bowling Centre. Very close to Lougheed Hwy, Golden Ears Bridge and the West Coast Express Train, getting to and from downtown Vancouver is a cinch.
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