Castle Pines - 16588 Fraser Highway Surrey, BC V4N 0G5, BCS1748 - located on Fraser Highway and 166 Street in the popular Fleetwood neighbourhood in Surrey. Castle Pines offers 52 executive style townhomes built in 2006 that are well maintained and managed. This complex is a desirable location in the heart of Fleetwood with a bus stop in front, easy access to highways, other public transit nearby and is central to all amenities. Castle Pines is within walking distance to elementary and high schools, Fleetwood Park, Tim Hortons, 2EE Fruit Market, nearby Golf courses, across from Fleetwood Community/Library Centre, close to Guilford Mall, Revy, Surrey Recreation Centre and more! Homes include double car tandem garage with extra storage space and fully fenced yards with spacious patios that are perfect for entertainment and relaxing. Beautiful interiors boast 9' ceilings, three levels, cozy electric fireplace, in-suite laundry, built in vacuum, 3 bedrooms plus den on the lower floor and bright open floor plans. This is a well maintained complex that offers visitor parking and landscaped grounds. Castle Pines is a central location with beautiful homes that demonstrates townhome living at it's finest!
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BC home sales in July up 12%. Active listings in July were up 12%
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