The Monarch - 4567 Hazel St, Burnaby, BC V5H 4T1, LMS3753 - located in Forest Glen area of Burnaby South, at the corner of Willingdon and Grange. The Monarch is a spacious, maintenance-free residence that offers you freedom, new choice and peace of mind. It is a walk to Station Square, shops, services, medical centres, Burnaby public library, Bonsor Recreation centre, Metrotown shopping and movies. Chaffey-Burke Elementary in the neighbourhood. Deer Lake Park and Burnaby Central Park where you can have a nice walk with the loved ones are in a short drive. On the other side of Metrotown Centre is the SkyTrain for quick access to all parts of the Lower Mainland. The Monarch was built in 1999 by Bosa. It is concrete 17-level building with full rain screen. The Monarch offer ample natural light with their extensive use of windows. There are 75 units in strata and in development. The maintenance fee includes caretaker, garbage pickup, gardening, gas, hot water, management, recreation facility and snow removal. Pets are not allowed. Rentals are permitted with some restrictions. Most homes feature spacious rooms, in-suite laundry, gas fireplace, storage, secured underground parking and 9' ceilings. Some units have mountain views.
Crossroads are Kingsway and Nelson Ave
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||Forest Glen BS
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|Units in Development: ||75|
|Units in Strata:||75|
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