Bentley Wynd II - 1744 128th Street, White Rcok, BC V4A 3V4, Strata Plan No. NWS2296, 2 levels, 18 townhouses, built 1985 - located at the corner of 128th Street and 18th Avenue in Ocean Park Community White Rock. Bentley Wynd II was built in 1985 which includes 18 rancher style detached homes. You have the very best of both worlds to move in Bentley Wynd II, the convenience of Strata taking care of maintenance and the pride and enjoyment of owning your own private detached home. These Rancher style homes have fantastic features including natural gas fireplaces, beautiful laminate floors, 10' ceilings in living room, amazing 16' vault in dining area, all generous "house size" rooms, built-in vacuum, gorgeous deck in front with stairs, and private yard with patio in backyard. Centrally located in Ocean Park neighborhood, Bentley Wynd II is a short stroll to everything Ocean Park has to offer (Ocean Park Library, Safeway, liquor store, banks, Starbucks, transit, medical offices, Pharmacy and Shopping) or stroll to new "Kwomis" Park for whale watching, or take 1,001 steps right to the beach, it's all just minutes away. Bentley Wynd II is managed by Leonis Management 604-575-5474. No rentals, 2 pets allowed, and no age restrictions.
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||Bentley Wynd II
||1744 128th Ave
||South Surrey White Rock
||Crescent Bch Ocean Pk.
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||18|
|Units in Strata:||18|
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