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Englewood Village

45750 Keith Wilson Ave
Sardis, V2R 3M7 H9E - Vedder S Watson-Promontory

Official Website: englewoodvillage.ca
  • Levels: 5
  • Suites: 140
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 2014
  • Title To Land: Leasehold Not Prepaid-strata
  • Building Type: Lease Hold
  • Management company:  Homelife Glenayre Property
  • Phone  604-858-7368  
  • Bldg#: 9829

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Englewood Village - 45750 Keith Wilson Road, Chilliwack, BC V2R 3M7, Canada. Crossroads are Vedder Road and Trans-Canada Highway. Englewood Village features a total of 140 units of single family and attached residences. Estimated completion is Winter/Spring 2014.

Welcome to Englewood Village, the most comprehensive adult lifestyle community of its kind. Surrounded by majestic mountains, sparkling lakes and only a stone's throw from shopping, resources, health services and restaurants, the ideally situated Village of Englewood is lifting the standards of community to luxurious new heights. Nearby parks include Rotary Trail West Entrance, water park and Vedder river Dog park.

Nearby schools include GW Graham Middle Secondary, Promontory Heights Community Elementary, Watson Elementary and Tyson Elementary. The closest grocery stores are Coopers Foods, Save On Foods, Vedder Road, Fraser Valley Regional District, BC, Canada and Flemings Corner Store. Nearby coffee shops include Waves Coffee House Garrison Village, Starbucks and Tim Hortons. Nearby restaurants include Sips 'N' Sweets, Simple Pleasures and Domino's Pizza.

Developed by Coniston Developments. Maintenance fees includes Caretaker, Garbage Pickup, Gardening, Gas, Management, Recreation Facility and Snow Removal.

Official Website: englewoodvillage.ca
Phone: Mike Browne 604-795-2955 ; Dan Matheson 604-791-32
Email: mike@mikebrowne.ca ; dan@mathesonrealestate.ca
Sales Address: 45750 Keith Wilson Road Chilliwack, British Columbia
Strata Sub Categories: Lease Hold
 

Englewood Village Technical Info

Building Name Englewood Village
Address 45750 Keith Wilson Ave
City Sardis
Neighborhood Vedder S Watson-Promontory
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 5
Units in Development: 140
Units in Strata:140
Property Types Leasehold Not Prepaid-strata
Sub Categories:Lease Hold
Year Built 2014
Official Website englewoodvillage.c
Strata Website hgpmc.com/
Management Homelife Glenayre Property
  604-858-7368
  604-858-7380
Restrictions Details
Title to Land Leasehold Not Prepaid-strata

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