Murrayville Glen - 21928 48th Avenue Langley, BC V3A 8H1, LMS516 - Located in the popular area of Murrayville in Langley on 48 Avenue and Old Yale Road. Murrayville Glen offers 114 unique townhomes built in 1993 that are professionally managed by Hugh & McKinnon 604-531-1909. This is a prime location that is minutes away from public transit, restaurants, elementary and secondary schools, Langley Memorial Hospital, library, shopping, parks, recreation and more! Direct access to highways allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Surrey, downtown Vancouver and YVR. Homes feature two levels, spacious floor plans, cozy gas fireplace, large patio areas and fenced backyards that are great for BBQ's and entertainment for the whole family. Other features include insuite laundry, single garage, additional open parking and visitor parking. Murrayville Glen is a well maintained complex with recent updates including a new roof and gutters in 2009. Residents can enjoy the recently renovated clubhouse that offers a gym, hot tub, sauna and recreation room. This is a gated complex that is family oriented with a playground and lots of greenspace throughout for the kids to play! This community welcomes all ages, is pet friendly and rentals are allowed with restrictions. Murrayville Glen offers comfortable townhome living for the whole family in a private and desirable location!
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