474 East 43rd Avenue, Vancouver V5W 1T5, VAS378 - Located on 3rd Avenue East and Cambie Street in Vancouver East, walking distance to Safeway, Kin's Farm Market, several food markets, coffee shops, banks, numerous shopping opportunities and amenities on Cambie Street. Restaurants in the area include a host of Italian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese and Greek restaurants. Dr. Annie B. Jamieson and Sir William Van Horne Elementary schools are located within a kilometre, Eric Hamber High School is a short stroll away. Busses and nearby Skytrain provide direct access to Skytrain stations, Downtown Vancouver and neighbouring cities.
The 10 homes on 474 East 43rd Avenue were built in 1976 and feature large windows, functional layouts, spacious and bright rooms, storage and parking. Building has shared laundry room and new roof. Maintenance fees include gardening and hot water.
Well-maintained complex close to amenities and transit - move to this neigbourhood today!
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May sales were up 44% over April, but 22% below 10 year average. Listings are the highest in May since 2014
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BC home sales declined 7% year-over-year. Listings across BC up 21%
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