Brownstones - 4352 Knight Street, Vancouver, BC V5N 3M5, Canada. A boutique collection of 14 modern family townhomes and 2 character house units. The spacious three-bedroom townhomes are defined by open and bright interiors, with nine-foot ceilings, expansive windows and private decks contributing to the generous sense of space. Developed by EPIX Developments Ltd.. Maintenance fees includes garbage pickup, gardening, gas, management, other, and snow removal.
Brownstones includes two unique homes that retain the charm, character and many authentic features of the original homes on the site, complemented by a full structural restoration. Elegant curved-cornice ceilings, hardwood flooring and exposed Douglas fir beams have been preserved to create an environment that blends contemporary comforts with a heritage feel.
Crossroads are Knight Street and East 27th Avenue. This developments features 16 family townhomes. Nearby parks include Kingcrest Park, Brewers Park and Glen Park. Schools nearby are Lord Selkirk Annex, Sir Richard McBride Elementary, Sir Richard McBride Annex, Gladstone Secondary School, Charles Dickens Elementary and Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School. Grocery stores or supermarkets nearby are Save-On-Foods, Famous Foods, 88 Supermarket, Dong Thanh Supermarket, Dean's No Frills, Baclaran Market and AJ Multi Store - Sri Lankan Grocery Sto. Walking destance to Vancouver Public Library.
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|Units in Development: ||16|
|Units in Strata:||16|
|Sub Categories:||Strata Townhouses
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