Avalon Gardens Retirement Community - 22323 48TH Street, Langley V3A 0C1. 133 units, 4 levels, strata plan No. BCS3776, built 2010.
Avalon Gardens is a Supportive Living complex with 126 Living Units in the Murrayville neighborhood of Langley. Building offers wheel chair access, emergency call system, social lounges, recreation rooms, community dining room, wellness center, crafts room, & theatre/chapel. Retirement living packages includes meal packages, weekly housekeeping, 24 hour monitoring system & underground parking available on a monthly basis.
Avalon Gardens is walking distance from Langley Memorial Hospital, Doctor's offices, WC Blair recreation centers, James Hill Park, shopping areas, and banks.
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Assisted Living / Retirement Homes
Avalon Gardens Retirement Comm. Technical Info
||Avalon Gardens Retirement Comm.
||22323 48th Ave
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|Units in Development: ||133|
|Units in Strata:||133|
|Sub Categories:||Strata Assisted Living / Retirement Homes
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