Brighton Place - 20268 54th Avenue, Langley, BC V3A 3W3, Stata Plan No. LMS2778, 4 levels, 41 units, built 1998 - located at the corner of 54th Avenue and 203rd Street in Langley City neighborhood. The Brighton Place condos feature spacious open floor plans, beautiful natural gas fireplaces, large kitchens with sparkling white cabinets, breakfast bars, loads of counterspace and cupboards, walk-in laundry room with storage, and extra-large covered patios. Also, the Brighton Place includes an amenities/games room, nice guest suites for out of town company, secure underground parking spots and storage lockers. Location, location - From major transit routes like Fraser Highway, Glover Road and the Langley Bypass to bus transportation and from tonnes of shopping at Langley Mall, Valley Centre Strip Mall, Willowbrook Shopping Centre and big box retailers, the Brighton Place Langley condos are ideally situated for singles and families alike. Community amenities such as the Langley City Hall & Library, swimming pools, recreational facilities, the Douglas Recreation Centre, Langley Chamber of Commerce, Cascade Casino and top ranked schools are also nearby. Best of all, the downtown Langley Brighton Place Homes are situated close to green spaces at City Park, Hi-Knoll Park, Linwood Park, Douglas Park and Nicomekl Park. The Brighton Place is well maintained by StrataCo Management 604-294-4141. Rentals allowed, Pets allowed with restrictions, dog height max 15" to shoulder.
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