Novella - 711 Breslay Street, Coquitlam, BC V3J 4A5, Canada. Strata plan number EPS3948. Crossroads are Breslay Street and Smith Avenue. Novella is 7 stories with 77 units. Estimated completion is 2016. Each Novella suite is filled with the kind of thoughtful features and quality finishes you would expect to find in the home of your dreams. Every room has been carefully conceived with its ultimate purpose in mindno expense spared, no detail overlooked. With two designer colour schemes to choose from, its up to you what story you tell. Developed by Springbank Properties. Architecture by Rositch Hemphill and Associates. Interior design by Port + Quarter. Maintenance fees includes Gardening, Garbage Pickup, Gas, Hot Water, Management and Snow Removal.
Nearby parks include Burquitlam Park, Stoney Creek Park and Miller Park. Nearby schools include Mountain View Elementary, Banting Middle School, Roy Stibbs Elementary and Miller Park Elementary. The closest grocery stores are Placenta Encapsulation, Refa Supermarket and Save-On-Foods. Nearby coffee shops include McDonald's, Tim Hortons and Cumpari's Gelato E Caffe Inc. Nearby restaurants include Plaza Cafe, Panago Pizza and KFC.
Novella Technical Info
||711 Breslay Street
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||77|
|Units in Strata:||77|
||Rositch Hemphill Arc
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