Latitudes - 306 Seymour River Place, North Vancouver, BC, 3 level, 11 townhouses, estimated completion in April 2012, crossing roads: Seymour River Place and Munster Avenue. Rooted in North Vancouver's Seymour neighborhood, adjacent to Maplewood Park and Canyon Creek Park, you will find Latitudes - a collection of 11 boutique townhouses developed by Trimount Developments.
Designed by award-winning Architect Matt T. Hansen, this limited collection of two and three bedroom townhouses ranging from 1113 to 1,620-square-feet showcases contemporary West Coast architecture. Inside, contemporary interiors feature 9' ceilings, large Low-E windows, cozy electric fireplaces, laminate, tile and carpet flooring, and gourmet kitchens with stone countertops, custom designer cabinetry and gas stove. Large balconies invite outdoor entertaining, and most units have private, attached parking.
Latitudes is near everything you desire - Tim Hortons, Kenneth Gordon School, Windsor Secondary, capilano University, Superstore, Save-On Foods, parks and golf courses. Located only 2 blocks away Highway #1, Downtown Vancouver is only 15 mins away, Burnaby approx 5 mins away, Seabus about 5 mins away. Not to mention the easy access to Vancouver Island via the BC Ferries and only a 40 minute drive to Squamish and about 80 minute drive to Whistler!
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