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Coast 49

341 173rd Street Street


South Surrey White Rock, V3S 9P7 F59 - Pacific Douglas

Official Website: www.coast49.ca
  • Levels: 2
  • Suites: 64
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 2012
  • Title To Land: Freehold
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: BCP32630
  • Bldg#: 10816

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Coast 49 - 341 173rd Street, White Rock, BC V3S 9P7, Canada. Strata plan number BCP32630. Crossroads are 3A Avenue and 2A Avenue. Coast 49 features 64, 2-stories single family houses, completed in 2012. The inside of each home is designed to maximizing openness, light penetration and airflow. Nearby parks include 146B - Greenbelt, The Glades and Peace Arch State Park. The closest grocery stores are Campbell River Store and Take Shape For Life. Nearby coffee shops include Peace Arch City Cafe, Little Red Caboose Cafe and Border Brew. Nearby restaurants include Horses Galore, Big Al's Diner and SUBWAY Restaurants. Developed by Coast 49 Homes Ltd. Architecture by Ankenman Marchand Architects.

 

Other buildings in complex are 301 172A ST, 302 172A ST, 305 172A ST, 306 172A ST, 309 172A ST, 310 172A ST, 313 172A ST, 314 172A ST, 317 172A ST, 318 172A ST, 321 172A ST, 322 172A ST, 325 172A ST, 326 172A ST, 329 172A ST, 330 172A ST, 333 172A ST, 334 172A ST, 304 172ND ST, 308 172ND ST, 312 172ND ST, 316 172ND ST, 320 172ND ST, 324 172ND ST, 328 172ND ST, 332 172ND ST, 336 172ND ST, 356 172ND ST, 368 172ND ST, 303 173RD ST, 306 173RD ST, 307 173RD ST, 315 173RD ST, 316 173RD ST, 319 173RD ST, 322 173RD ST, 323 173RD ST, 327 173RD ST, 328 173RD ST, 331 173RD ST, 335 173RD ST, 338 173RD ST, 347 173RD ST, 17226 3A AV, 17237 3A AV, 17238 3A AV, 17245 3A AV, 17253 3A AV, 17261 3A AV, 17269 3A AV, 17272 3A AV, 17277 3A AV, 17285 3A AV, 17293 3A AV, 17299 3A AV, 17309 3A AV, 17310 3A AV, 17315 3A AV, 7222 4TH AV, 17246 4TH AV, 17268 4TH AV, 17290 4TH AV, 17312 4TH AV.        

Official Website: www.coast49.ca
Phone: 778.294.2918
Email: sales@coast49.ca
Sales Address: 17226 3a Avenue, White Rock
Strata Sub Categories: Strata
 

Coast 49 Technical Info

Building Name Coast 49
Address 341 173rd Street Street
City South Surrey White Rock
Neighborhood Pacific Douglas
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 2
Units in Development: 64
Units in Strata:64
Property Types Freehold
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2012
Architect Name Ankenman Marchand Ar
Architect Phone 604-872-2595
Architect Email info@amarchitects.com
Official Website www.coast49.ca/
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan BCP32630
Title to Land Freehold
  

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Coast 49 - 335 173rd Street STREET - BCP32630
  2. B Coast 49 - 347 173rd Street STREET - BCP32630
  3. C Coast 49 - 331 173rd Street STREET - BCP32630
  4. D Coast 49 - 327 173rd Street STREET - BCP32630
  5. E Coast 49 - 326 172A AVE - BCP32630
  6. F Coast 49 - 330 172A AVE - BCP32630
  7. G Coast 49 - 334 172A AVE - BCP32630
  8. H Coast 49 - 323 173rd Street AVE - BCP32630
  9. I Coast 49 - 338 173rd Street STREET - BCP32630
  10. J Coast 49 - 17272 3A AVE - BCP32630
  11. K Coast 49 - 17310 3A AVE - BCP32630
  12. L Coast 49 - 322 172A AVE - BCP32630
  13. M Coast 49 - 315 172nd STREET - BCP32630
  14. N Coast 49 - 319 173rd Street AVE - BCP32630
  15. O Coast 49 - 328 173rd Street STREET - BCP32630
  16. P Coast 49 - 17285 3A AVE - BCP32630
  17. Q Coast 49 - 17293 3A AVE - BCP32630
  18. R Coast 49 - 17299 3A AVE - BCP32630
  19. S Coast 49 - 314 172A STREET - BCP32630
  20. T Coast 49 - 318 172A STREET - BCP32630
  21. U Coast 49 - 307 172nd STREET - BCP32630
  22. V Coast 49 - 322 173rd Street AVE - BCP32630
  23. W Coast 49 - 17277 3A AVE - BCP32630
  24. X Coast 49 - 17309 3A AVE - BCP32630
  25. Y Coast 49 - 17315 3A AVE - BCP32630
  26. Z Coast 49 - 306 172A STREET - BCP32630
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