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Bryanston Court

2040 Cornwall Ave
Vancouver West, V6J 1E1 VVWKT - Kitsilano

  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 34
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1969
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: VAS68
  • Management company:  Campbell Strata Management
  • Phone  604-864-0380  
  • Bldg#: 2529

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Bryanston Court at 2040 Cornwall Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6J 1E1, Canada, VAS68.  A 3-level, 34 units condo apartment was built in 1969. Broughton Court condo apartment is located in Kitsilano.  Close to Henry Elementary School, St. Augustine's Elementary School, Lord Tennyson ELementacry School, Youth Learning Centre-Eslha7an Jr Hight School, King George High School, Kitsilano High School, Hudson Out of School Care Society, Mac's Convenience Store, CIBC ATM Bank, Starbucks, Seaforth Peace Park and Kitsilano Beach Park.

Crossroads are Cornwall Avenue and Maple St.  Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, heat, hot water and management.

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Bryanston Court Technical Info

Building Name Bryanston Court
Address 2040 Cornwall Ave
City Vancouver West
Neighborhood Kitsilano
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 34
Units in Strata:34
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1969
Strata Website campbellstrata.com/
Management Campbell Strata Management
  604-864-0380
  604-864-0480
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Strata Plan VAS68
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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  2. B Seaview Manor - 1480 ARBUTUS STREET - VAS24
  3. C York - 2028 YORK AVE - EPS2182
  4. D Glenhaven Apartments - 1526 ARBUTUS STREET - VAP1123
  5. E The Charleston - 2036 YORK AVE - LMS2827
  6. F Glenwood Manor - 1420 ARBUTUS STREET - VAP2301
  7. G Seagate Villa - 2110 CORNWALL AVE - VAS1701
  8. H 1966 York - 1966 YORK AVE - VAS2175
  9. I Walnut Place - 1424 WALNUT STREET - VAS277
  10. J Maple Court - 1989 WEST 1ST AVE - LMS164
  11. K New York On York - 2110 YORK AVE - VAS2112
  12. L York Gardens - 2125 YORK AVE - VAS564
  13. M Cypress West - 1425 CYPRESS STREET - VAS464
  14. N Kingston Gardens - 1935 WEST 1ST AVE - VAS1001
  15. O The Beaches - 1665 ARBUTUS STREET - VAS1660
  16. P Cornwall Terrace - 2160 CORNWALL AVE - LMS175
  17. Q The Sea Breeze - 2025 2ND AVE - VAS61
  18. R Maplewood Place - 1750 MAPLE STREET - VAS197
  19. S Yorkville North - 1888 YORK AVE - LMS1350
  20. T The Beachcomber - 1512 YEW STREET - VAS763
  21. U Yorkville South - 1688 CYPRESS STREET - LMS2154
  22. V Carmel Place - 1959 WEST 2ND AVE - VAS2783
  23. W Windgate Beachside - 1925 2ND AVE - VAS1705
  24. X Maple Park West - 2006 WEST 2ND AVE - VAS2421
  25. Y Sunny Lodge - 2125 WEST 2ND AVE - VAS2001
  26. Z 1633 Yew - 1633 YEW STREET - VAS527
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