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South Village Phase 1

16467 23a Ave


Surrey, V3Z 1E9

Official Website: liveatsouthvillage.com/team

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South Village at 16467 23A Ave, Surrey, BC V3Z 1E9 Canada. This is a new townhouse development by Red Construction. The development was completed in 2020. Sales for available units start from $779,000. South Village Phase 1 has a total of 20 units. Sizes start at 1643 square feet.

South Village homes are well appointed and modern with classic-white shaker cabinets, bright quartz countertops, Blanco Farmhouse sinks with Moen black matte pull-down faucet, and a stylish kitchen island with high-top seating. Stainless steel Fisher & Paykel appliance package featuring French door refrigerators with Twin Cooling Plus, 5-Burner gas range stove, and Fingertip controlled, adjustable-rack dishwasher and sleek tile backsplash options. The opulent bathrooms are all outfitted with Kohler & Moen plumbing fixtures. All to suit your familys lifestyle.

Official Website: liveatsouthvillage.com/team
Phone: 604-910-9919
Email: info@liveatsouthvillage.com
Sales Address: 16467 23a Avenue, South Surrey, British Columbia
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Townhouses
 

South Village Phase 1 Technical Info

Building Name South Village Phase 1
Address 16467 23a Ave
City Surrey
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 2
Units in Development: 30
Units in Strata:30
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 2020
Official Website liveatsouthvillage
Strata Website colyvanpacific.com/
Management Colyvan Pacific Real Estat
  604-683-8399
 info@colyvanpacific..
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South Village - 16467 23A Ave
South Village - 16467 23A Ave
South Village - 16467 23A Ave
South Village - 16467 23A Ave
South Village - 16467 23A Ave
South Village - 16467 23A Ave
South Village - 16467 23A Ave
South Village - 16467 23A Ave

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