The Beaches - 1665 Arbutus Street, Vancouver, BC V6J 3X3, VAS1660 - Located on Arbutus Street and York Avenue in the popular Kitsilano subarea of Vancouver West - a vibrant urban community filled with local amenities, entertainment venues, recreational facilities, schools, shopping and restaurants within a short distance. The notable landmarks around The Beaches are fabulous Kitsilano Beach Park and Pool, Hadden Park and Seaforth Peace Park, Vancouver Maritime Museum, HR MacMillan Space Centre and Seaside Bicycle Route. Short distance to the Kingsway, Trans-Canada Highway and other major routes allows for an easy commute to surrounding destinations including North Vancouver, Burnaby and Richmond. The Beaches is close to Henry Hudson Elementary, Hudson Out-of-School Care, St. John's School and Kitsilano Secondary School, Pacific Rim Montessori Academy and a wide variety of restaurants including Dunn Famous Restaurant, Mistral French Bistro, Octopus Garden Restaurant and many others.
The Beaches is a four level 14 units complex built in 1986. Units featuring open concept layout, large deck, entertainment size private patio garden for ground level units, in-suite laundry and wood burning fireplace. Complex offers parking, storage and elevator. Maintenance fees include caretaker, garbage pickup, gardening, hot water and management. Live in The Beaches - only steps from the ocean and beach!
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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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