Bellevue Court 225 W 16 St, North Vancouver, BC V7M 1T6, Canada VAS2833. Bellevue Court is located on W 16th Street and Chesterfield Avenue in a convenient neighbourhood of North Vancouver. Built in 1990, Bellevue Court offers 13 homes that are self managed: 604-980-5584. Maintenance fees include a caretaker, garbage pickup, gardening, and management. Features of Bellevue Court include in suite laundry, and wheelchair access.
This is a prime location just minutes away from North Vancouver District Public Library, Safeway, and Lionsgate Hospital. It is also close to Londsale Quay which has many specialty shops and the seabus which is just a short ride over to the heart of downtown Vancouver.
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||225 W 16th Street
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