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7191 Garden City Rd

7191 Garden City Road


Richmond, V6Y 3R6 VRI61 - Brighouse South

  • Levels: 2
  • Suites: 10
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1989
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: NWS2612
  • Bldg#: 5886

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Building Info

7191 Garden City Road, Richmond, BC, V6Y 3Y2, strata plan NWS2612. This is a self managed townhouse complex with 10 units built in 1989. Maintenance fee includes gardening and management. It features in-suite laundry, private fenced backyard, gas fireplace, carport plus extra parking space and designated visitors parking. it is centrally located to transit, restaurants, coffee shops, close to Richmond City Hall, Richmond Hospital, Richmond Public Library, Richmond Public Market, to all type of medical services and recreation facilities. Direct access to Granville Avenue and other major routes allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Vancouver, Burnaby and New Westminster. Complex is in a minute walk to General Currie Elementary School and Lansdowne Murdoch Daycare, close to Richmond Secondary School, Anderson School, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Brighouse and Minoru parks, Richmond Museum, Minoru Aquatic Centre, Richmond and Lansdowne Shopping Centres, Value Village, IGA and a wide variety of ethnic restaurants including Pho Lan Beef Noodle Soup, Bamboo Grove, Spicy Schezuan, Legends Pub, Daimasu, Pearl Castle and many others.

Crossroads are Granville Avenue and Garden City Road.

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7191 Garden City Rd Technical Info

Building Name 7191 Garden City Rd
Address 7191 Garden City Road
City Richmond
Neighborhood Brighouse South
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 2
Units in Development: 10
Units in Strata:10
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1989
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWS2612
Title to Land Freehold Strata
  

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A 7211 Garden City Road - 7211 GARDEN CITY ROAD - NWS2803
  2. B Bennett Court - 8751 BENNETT ROAD - NWS2435
  3. C Winfield Gardens - 8780 BENNETT ROAD - LMS570
  4. D 7131 Garden City Road - 7131 GARDEN CITY ROAD - NWS2436
  5. E 8700 Bennett - 8700 BENNETT ROAD - NWS2967
  6. F Leighton Green - 9133 SILLS AVE - BCS344
  7. G Empirical Living - 9000 GRANVILLE AVE - BCS3547
  8. H Wellington Court - 7233 HEATHER STREET - BCS802
  9. I Sunset Terrace - 8751 GENERAL CURRIE ROAD - NWS2934
  10. J Rosemont Court - 8711 GENERAL CURRIE ROAD - NWS3208
  11. K Barrington Walk - 7288 HEATHER STREET - BCS1512
  12. L Bennett Place - 8531 BENNETT ROAD - NWS2440
  13. M Bayberry Park - 7331 HEATHER STREET - BCS1439
  14. N Na - 7511 GARDEN CITY ROAD - BCS1105
  15. O Amble Green Estates - 8500 BENNETT ROAD - NWS3182
  16. P Fortuna Garden - 8651 GENERAL CURRIE ROAD - NWS3162
  17. Q Heather Gardens - 7322 HEATHER STREET - BCS453
  18. R Springate - 8611 GENERAL CURRIE ROAD - NWS3066
  19. S Jimmy's Garden - 9060 GENERAL CURRIE ROAD - BCS1230
  20. T Heather Gardens - 7360 HEATHER STREET - BCS823
  21. U Belmont Park - 8540 CITATION DRIVE - NWS1374
  22. V Sonterra At The Palms - 8433 BENNETT ROAD - LMS4084
  23. W Coronado - 8460 GRANVILLE AVE - LMS4084
  24. X The Crescent - 8551 GENERAL CURRIE ROAD - NWS2937
  25. Y Jasmine Lane - 9333 EAST SILLS AVE - BCS1366
  26. Z Monterey - 8600 GENERAL CURRIE ROAD - NWS3178
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