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Alysen Place

3301 Skaha Lake Road


Penticton, V2A 6G4 KELOK

Marketers Website: www.macmarketingsolutions.com
  • Levels: 8
  • Suites: 68
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 2008
  • Title To Land: Frhld/strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Bldg#: 10525

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Alysen Place - 3301 Skaha Lake Road, Penticton, BC V2A 6G4, Canada. Located in a corner between Skaha Lake Road and Guelph Avenue. Alysen Place is 8 stories with 68 units built in 2008. Just two short blocks to the sandy beach and park at Skaha Lake. This building is of exceptional quality featuring concrete and steel construction and state of the art Geothermal heating & cooling system. The enormous covered decks provide unobstructed city and mountain views and allow for the enjoyment of some beautiful Penticton outdoor space. The closest park is Skaha Lake Park. Nearby schools include Princess Margaret Secondary, Skaha Lake Middle School and School District No 67 (Okanagan Skaha). The closest grocery stores are Walmart - Penticton, South Main Market and M&M Meat Shops. Nearby coffee shops include Tim Hortons, Cinnamon Cafe and Starbucks. Nearby restaurants include Fleetwood Court, Penticton Buffet and Iyara Thai Restaurant. Maintenance fees includes Building Insurance, Natural Gas, Heat, Hot Water, Domestic Water, Yard Maintenance, Maintenance of all common area in the building, Security System Monitoring, Garbage Pickup, Air conditioning and Recycling. Developed by Graham Group Ltd. Architecture by Chandler Associates.

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Alysen Place Technical Info

Building Name Alysen Place
Address 3301 Skaha Lake Road
City Penticton
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 8
Units in Development: 68
Units in Strata:68
Property Types Frhld/strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2008
Architect Name Chandler Associates
Architect Phone (604) 687-3390
Restrictions Details
Title to Land Frhld/strata
  

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