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Park Place

3477 49th Ave


Vancouver East, V5S 1M3 VVEKL - Killarney VE

  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 150
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1972
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata Townhouses
  • Strata Plan: VAS53
  • Management company:  Wynford Realty Group Ltd
  • Phone  604-261-0285  
  • Bldg#: 4162

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Building Info

Park Place - 3477 East 49th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5S 1M3, Canada. Strata plan number VAS53. Crossroads are East 49th Avenue and Arlington Street. This development features 150, 2-storey + basement townhomes. Completed in 1972. Maintenanec fees includes caretaker, garbage pickup, gardening, management, and snow removal.

Nearby parks are Central Park, Sparwood Park, Captain Cook Park, and Champlain Heights Park. Schools nearby are Champlain Heights Elementary School, Champlain Heights Annex, Captain James Cook Elementary School, DR H N Maccorkindale Elementary, Killarney Secondary School, and Maywood Community School. Grocery stores and supermarkets nearby are Kerr Street Your Independent Grocer, Safeway, Africana General Market, Consumer's Produce, Killarney Market, and Long Nan Dum Sum Food Co.. Short drive to Ocean View Funeral Home and Burial Park, Central Park Pitch & Putt, Vancouver Public Library, Champlain Heights Branch, and Champlain Heights Community Centre.

Other buildings in complex: 3433 E 49TH AV, 3457 E 49TH AV, 3477 E 49TH AV, 3461 E 49TH AV, 3465 E 49TH AV, 3469 E 49TH AV, 3473 E 49TH AV, 3453 E 49TH AV, 3441 E 49TH AV, 3445 E 49TH AV, 3449 E 49TH AV, 3437 E 49TH AV, 3429 E 49TH AV, 3413 E 49TH AV, 3417 E 49TH AV, 3421 E 49TH AV, 3425 E 49TH AV, 3405 E 49TH AV

Strata Sub Categories: Strata Townhouses
 

Park Place Technical Info

Building Name Park Place
Address 3477 49th Ave
City Vancouver East
Neighborhood Killarney VE
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 150
Units in Strata:150
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 1972
Strata Website www.wynford.com/
Management Wynford Realty Group Ltd
  604-261-0285
  604 261 9279
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan VAS53
Title to Land Freehold Strata
Emporis Park Place
  

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Park Place - 3473 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  2. B La Frontenac - 6511 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  3. C La Frontenac - 6501 CHAMBORD - VAS2576
  4. D La Frontenac - 6502 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  5. E La Frontenac - 6521 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  6. F Park Place - 3457 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  7. G La Frontenac - 6503 CHAMBORD - VAS2576
  8. H La Frontenac - 6507 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  9. I La Frontenac - 6510 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  10. J Park Place - 3425 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  11. K Park Place - 3453 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  12. L La Frontenac - 6531 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  13. M La Frontenac - 6506 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  14. N Park Place - 3465 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  15. O La Frontenac - 6512 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  16. P Park Place - 3449 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  17. Q Park Place - 3421 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  18. R Park Place - 3445 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  19. S La Frontenac - 6516 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  20. T La Frontenac - 6530 CHAMBORD PLACE - VAS2576
  21. U Park Place - 3437 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  22. V La Frontenac - 6520 CHAMBORD - VAS2576
  23. W Park Place - 3469 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  24. X Park Place - 3461 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  25. Y Park Place - 3417 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
  26. Z Park Place - 3441 East 49TH AVE - VAS53
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