Casa Blanca - 6904 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC V5X 3V2, VAS351 - Located on Fraser Street and East 53rd Avenue in the popular South Vancouver subarea of Vancouver East - a vibrant urban community filled with local amenities, entertainment venues, recreational facilities, schools, shopping and restaurants within a short distance. Direct access to Fraser Street and other major routes allows for an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Richmond, Airport and Downtown. Casa Blanca is close to John Henderson Elementary, Henderson Annex Elementary, Walter Moberly Elementary and John Oliver Secondary Schools, Loving Mom Family child Care, Discovery Day Preschool and Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre, Sunset Park, Moberly Park, Ross Park and George Park, Langara Golf Course and a wide variety of restaurants including Vancouver Tibet Kitchen, Golden House Seafood Restaurant, New Novelty Restaurant, Dhoom Pizza and many others. This two level complex was built in 1976 and consists of 16 units featuring spacious rooms, fireplace, patio for ground floor units, large covered sundeck, storage locker and underground secure parking, sauna and recreation centre. Maintenance fees include caretaker, garbage pickup, gardening, hot water, recreation facility and management. Convenient location, on-site amenities - move to Casa Blanca today!
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