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Steveston

3880 Chatham Street
Richmond, V7E 2Z5 VRI40 - Steveston Villlage

Developers Website: www.pentahomes.ca
  • Levels: 2
  • Suites: 6
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 2007
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata Townhouses
  • Strata Plan: BCS2474
  • Management company:  S D Woodman Management Ltd
  • Phone  604-275-6777  
  • E-mail  admin@sdwoodman.com  
  • Bldg#: 4335

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Steveston Village - 3880 Chatham street, Richmond, BC V7E 2Z5, BCS2474. This 2 level complex consists of 5 townhouse units and 1 commercial unit, built in 2007 and frame wood construction. Located in the desirable Steveston Village. Maintenance fee includes: Management, Garbage pickup. This Penta built townhouse close to all that Steveston has to offer. This is a convenient location that is close to the Lord Byng Elementary and Robert Alexander MacMath Secondary schools, the waterfront and the restaurants such as Tapenade Bistro and Charthouse. The Steveston community centre, Richmond public library, Super Grocery and Pharmacy, Seafood house, Waves coffee are just a walk distance away. Don't have a car, don't worry, the transit is less than 5 minutes away in any direction and shopping is nearby. Some units offer views of the mountains. Most homes feature two bedrooms, 1 bathrooms and two level suits with two parking stalls. Live the Yale-town experience in the heart of Steveston.

Crossroads: No.1 Road and 7 Avenue.

Strata Sub Categories: Strata Townhouses

Steveston Technical Info

Building Name Steveston
Address 3880 Chatham Street
City Richmond
Neighborhood Steveston Villlage
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 2
Units in Development: 6
Units in Strata:6
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 2007
Developer Penta Builders Group Inc.
Architect Name Interface Architectu
Architect Phone 604 821 1162
Architect Email ken@interfacearchitecture.com
Strata Website sdwoodman.com/
Management S D Woodman Management Ltd
  604-275-6777
  604-275-9011
 admin@sdwoodman.com
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Strata Plan BCS2474
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Steveston Views - 3993 CHATHAM STREET - BCS3881
  2. B Mukai - 3900 MONCTON STREET - BCP36186
  3. C Mukai - 7254 MONCTON STREET - BCP36186
  4. D 3631 Chatham Street - 3631 CHATHAM STREET - NWS2580
  5. E 3591 Chatham - 3591 CHATHAM AVE - BCP12137
  6. F Steveston Village - 3571 CHATHAM STREET - LMS403
  7. G The Village - 4280 MONCTON STREET - BCS1165
  8. H Garry Court - 4051 GARRY STREET - NWS2249
  9. I Garry Lane - 4111 GARRY STREET - LMS3807
  10. J Garry Lane Ii - 4109 GARRY STREET - LMP50555
  11. K Magnolia Court - 11500 NO 1 ROAD - NWS2562
  12. L Garry Gardens - 4211 GARRY STREET - BCS3436
  13. M Kabana - 6888 Royal Oak AVE - BCS4499
  14. N Steveston Views - 3993 CHATHAM STREET - BCS3881
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