Wedgewood - 2150 West 40th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6M 1W5, VAS816 - Located on West 40th Avenue and West Boulevard in the desirable Kerrisdale subarea of Vancouver West, close to Kerrisdale Arena, Library and Kerrisdale Community Centre, minutes to UBC. The notable landmarks around Wedgewood are Kerrisdale Park, Vandusen Botanical Garden, Point Grey Golf and Country Club and McCleery Golf Course. Direct access to West Boulevard and other major routs allows for an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Downtown, Richmond and Burnaby.
Wedgewood is close to Point Grey Secondary and Quilchena Elementary Schools, Bumblebee Pre-School Society and Ivy Montessori School. Some excellent restaurants in the area include White Spot Restaurant, Sugarcane Vietnamese Cafe, Shota Sushi, Avenue World Restaurant and many others.
Wedgewood is a 12 level complex built in 1981. It consists of 24 units featuring spacious living room and dining room, large kitchen, laundry room, gas fireplace, walk-in closet and balcony. Complex amenities include storage locker, secured underground parking and elevator. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening and management. Don't miss your opportunity to own this amazing home.
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