Mountain View Terrace - 7415 Shaw Avenue, Chilliwack, BC, V2R 4E5, LMS1075 - located in Sardis East Vedder Rd area, close to Sardis Elementary School and Evans Elementary School. Mountain View Terrace is walking distance to Chilliwack Mall, Cottonwood Mall, banks, shopping, pharmacies, Safeway, Real Canadian Superstore, Canada Post on Vedder Road and Wells Sancturay. Walking trails are close by. Trans-Canada Hwy 1 is minutes away from the complex. Mountain View Terrace was built in 1994. This is a 4-level, 14 unit condo complex that has frame-wood construction. Rentals are not permitted. Pets are alowed with some restrictions. Some units feature spacious rooms, laminate floors, patio area, storage and in-suite laundry.
Crossroads are Vedder Road and Knight Road.
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Mountain View Terrace Technical Info
||Mountain View Terrace
||7415 Shaw Ave
||Sardis East Vedder Rd
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||14|
|Units in Strata:||14|
|Title to Land
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