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Sunwood Gardens at 6478 121 Street, Surrey, BC, V3W 0Y5. Strata No: NWS3118, 44 units over 2 levels, built in 1990. Located in the West Newton area of Surrey, at the crossroads of 121 St and 64 Ave. 6452 - 6478 121 Street and 6415 - 6489 121A Street consists of 44 deluxe units comprising of 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths in a quiet cul-de-sac. Homes feature a gas fireplace, large ensuite and walk-in closet in master bedroom. Nice neighbourhood - close to shopping, Boundary Park, Sunshine Hills. Nearby schools are Beaver Creek & Boundary Park Elementary School, and Tamanawis Secondary School. Commuters have quick access to Highway 10 and Highway 91.
Maintenance fees include gardening, management and recreation area. Sundwood Gardens has no restrictions. Construction information are concrete perimeter foundation, vinyl exterior finish, frame-wood construction and asphalt roof.
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