Hampton Court - 9296 Hazel Street Chilliwack, BC V2P 5N6, NWS3266 - Located in the popular area of E Young-Yale in Chilliwack on Hazel Street and 1 Avenue. This is a convenient location that is within minutes to transit, restaurants, Safeway, Shoppers Drug Mart, medical services, Chilliwack General Hospital, recreation, the Regional Library, Leisure Centre, schools at all levels, Salish Park and more! Direct access to highways allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Surrey, Langley and downtown Vancouver. Hampton Court is a small townhome complex that offers 12 homes built in 1991 that are well maintained and self managed. Most homes feature one or two levels, spacious floor plans, plenty of windows to brighten living areas, cozy gas fireplaces, vaulted ceilings and a separate laundry room. Residents have private fully fenced backyards, patio areas, spacious sundecks that boast beautiful mountain views from most units and single garages with additional parking available. Hampton Court is wheelchair accessible for rancher units, offers six additional parking spaces, has a gated entrance, visitor parking and more! This is an adult oriented community with a 19+ age restriction. Pets are allowed with restrictions. No rentals. Hampton Court offers comfortable townhome living suited for every lifestyle - Live at Hampton Court!
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||9296 Hazel Street
||Chilliwack E Young-Yale
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||12|
|Units in Strata:||12|
|Title to Land
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BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2019)
December 2018 Market Insights
2018 became a buyer's market in December. Overall listings and sales were below the 10 year average
REBGV Housing Market Update For Novemberr 2018
Sales for November were down 43% from the same period last year. 3,461 new listings were recorded in November
Housing Market Update (December 2018)
Home sales across the province were down 33% in November compared to last year. Listings were up 31% compared to last year
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REBGV Housing Market Update For October 2018
Sales for October are down 35% compared to last year. October had 4,873 new listings.
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