Place Mallard 1328 Brunette Avenue, Coquitlam, BC V3K 6K1, NWS2703 Nestled in the excellent Maillardville location close to all amenities including Silver City Coquitlam Cinemas, golf course, fitness center, church, community center, tons of amazing restaurants, pubs and entertainment. This is also a great location for families with kids with schools and parks nearby. Enjoy having fantastic shops such as Canadian Tire, Ikea Canada, Superstore, Toys R Us, Staples Business Depot and Bed Bath & Beyond just minutes away from your doorstep. This location is also convenient for drivers and commuters with easy access to public transportation, Highway #1 and Burnaby border. Completed in 1988, Place Mallard is a well kept 20 unit complex that has been upgraded with a new roof. This wheelchair accessible complex features an open floor plan, in-suite laundry, fireplace, tons of storage space and an attached parking garage. The skylight in the hallway and many windows brighten up the rooms while the crown mouldings throughout the house and around the windows give it warm and cozy touch. The kitchen offers an eating area, sleek stainless steel appliances and plenty of cupboard space. Enjoy a relaxing day with a hot cup of coffee in your private balcony and delicious barbecues in your spacious yard. This is absolutely a great complex and neighborhood for you and your family to grow in!
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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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