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Fraser Woods - 2654 Morningstar Crescent, Vancouver, BC V5S 4P4, VAS2874 - located in Fraserview area of Vancouver East, near the crossroads Morningstar Crescent and Kent Avenue Bikeway. Fraser Woods has a great location near the waterfront of the Fraser River. This complex is close Gladstone Park, Rowing Club, Riverfront Park, Vikky Mart, Fraserview Golf Course, German-Canadian Care Home, David Oppenheimer Elementary, Bobolink Park, Brain-Bridge Asian Learning Centre, Douglas Elementary, Good Shepherd Day Care, Jasper Crescent Daycare, Holy Family Hospital, Fitness Town and Guru Nanak Elementary. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood such as White Spot, Evergreen Punjabi Corner, Tuscan Automatic Gates, Panos Greek Taverna, Wonton Seafood and Who's Chinese. Canadian Superstore, Langara and Marine Drive Skytrain Station are within a short drive from the complex. Richmond, the Vancouver International Airport, the Canada Line, Oakdridge, Champlain, Metrotown are within minutes of drive. Downtown Vancouver is in twenty-minute drive from this development. Fraser Woods was built in 1991. This three-level building has frame-wood construction with wood exterior finishing. There are 36 units in development and in strata. Most homes offer in-suite laundry, spacious rooms, a large private garden, a wrap around sundeck and a double garage, a balcony and laminate floors.
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||2654 Morningstar Crescent
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|Units in Development: ||36|
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