Emerald Terrace - 8600 Westminster Highway, Richmond, BC V6X 1A8, NWS2966 - Located in the desirable and convenient Central Richmond area on Westminster Highway. Emerald Terrace is a well-managed townhouse. While nestled in a quiet neighbourhood the same time it is centrally located to transit, restaurants, coffee shops, close to Richmond Shopping Centre, Richmond City Hall, Richmond Hospital, Richmond Public Library, all type of medical services and recreation facilities - Richmond Yoga, Fitcity For Women, Vancouver Healing and Yoga, Fitness World to mention only few. Direct access to Westminster Highway and other major routes allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Vancouver, Burnaby and New Westminster. Emerald Terrace is just a short stroll to William Cook Elementary, Henry Anderson Elementary and Richmond Secondary Schools, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Brighouse and Minoru parks, Lansdowne Shopping Centre, Price Smart Foods and a wide variety of ethnic restaurants including Kirin Seafood, Wing Kee, Spicy Schezuan, IHOP, Beijing Noodle House and many many others. Emerald Terrace is a spacious two level townhome complex that offers 12 units built in 1989. Most homes feature vaulted ceilings with skylights in the living room and dining room, gas fireplace, balcony off living room and an extra-large sundeck off the second floor, bedrooms with ensuite bath and walk-in closet, in-suite laundry, fenced yard and garage. Emerald Terrace offers luxury living in the heart of the desirable and safe Central Richmond neighbourhood with townhouse living at its best!
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