Seasons At Cedar Sky - 43685 Chilliwack Mountain Road, Chilliwack, BC V2R 4A1, Canada, Built in 2014, Crossroads are Chilliwack Mountain Road and Cooper Ridge Road. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, management and snow removal. Enjoy the breathtaking views, fresh and friendly environment with a beautiful and elegant designed townhouse.
These homes, the result of extensive hands-on design, offer outstanding features and jaw-dropping views. Elevate your life at Seasons at Cedar Sky, a prestigious, master-planned community nestled on the north face of Chilliwack Mountain. Here you'll discover upscale, exceptionally built homes that speak to buyers at every stage in life.
A perfect blend of pastoral charm and modern convenience, Seasons is a reflection of the values and character that make Chilliwack such an attractive community. In this peaceful sanctuary above the sparkling water of the Fraser River, every home has been carefully positioned to embrace the breathtaking scenery, with amazing view corridors at ground level, and astonishing sweeping vistas from your private patio or deck.
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January 2018 Market Housing Update
BCREA Housing Market Update (February 2018)
BC homes sales were at 18% compared to January 2017. Listings were down 8.6% compared to a year ago.
REBGV 2017 Year in Review Market Housing Update
Sales for 2017 were 10% above the 10 year average and listing were down 4.4% for the 10 year average.
BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2018)
Sales across BC last year were down 7.5%. Sales in December were up 21.5% compared to December 2016. Listing were down 2.5% compared to December 2016.
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