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Bentley Wynd

7651 Abercrombie Drive


Richmond, V6Y 3N3 VRI61 - Brighouse South

  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 76
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1986
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: NWS2361
  • Management company:  Re/max Dwell Property Mana
  • Phone  604-821-2999  
  • E-mail  info@dwellproperty.ca  
  • Bldg#: 6156

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Bentley Wynd - 7651 Abercrombie Dr, Richmond, BC V6Y 3J9. Strata No NWS2361. Built in 1986. Three levels. Frame-wood construction. Full rain screen. This is an adult oriented complex that is located close to Richmond center. This complex features 76 units with 22 units at 7660 Minoru, 16 units at 7680 Minoru, 22 units at 7671 Abercrombie, 16 units at 7651 Abercrombie. Bentley Wynd is a beautifully maintained building. An excellent complex for 19+ owners. It has New York style with unbelievable 10 ft ceilings. New roof and recently painted exteriors. This complex offers 2 parking spots, storage locker, resident caretaker, club house, in suite laundry, outdoor pool, storage and wheelchair access. Prime Central Richmond location walking distance to Richmond Centre Mall, Library, Hospital, Seniors Centre, Aquatic Centre, Minoru Park, Richmond Secondary, Brighouse Park, General Currie Elementary, Ferris Elementary and Gateway theatre. The bus stops are steps away and the Brighouse skytrain station is minutes away from the complex. Maintenance fee includes management.

Crossroads Granville Ave and Blundell Rd

 

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Bentley Wynd Technical Info

Building Name Bentley Wynd
Address 7651 Abercrombie Drive
City Richmond
Neighborhood Brighouse South
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 76
Units in Strata:76
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1986
Strata Website www.dwellproperty.ca/
Management Re/max Dwell Property Mana
  604-821-2999
  (604) 821-1822
 info@dwellproperty...
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWS2361
Title to Land Freehold Strata
  

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Bentley Wynd - 7671 ABERCROMBIE DRIVE - NWS2361
  2. B Champagne Court - 7660 ABERCROMBIE DRIVE - NWS3460
  3. C Newport Terrace - 7540 ABERCROMBIE DRIVE - NWS2320
  4. D Bentley Wynd - 7660 MINORU BLVD - NWS2361
  5. E Carmel Pointe - 7580 MINORU BLVD - NWS2521
  6. F Bentley Wynd - 7680 MINORU BLVD - NWS2361
  7. G Abercrombie Garden - 7700 ABERCROMBIE DRIVE - BCS378
  8. H Carmel Pointe - 7500 MINORU BLVD - NWS2375
  9. I Carmel Pointe - 7540 MINORU BLVD - NWS2521
  10. J Abercrombie Place - 7820 ABERCROMBIE PLACE - NWS2426
  11. K The Meadows - 7740 ABERCROMBIE DRIVE - NWS2122
  12. L Windgate Court - 7500 ABERCROMBIE DRIVE - NWS2320
  13. M Cypress Point - 7651 MINORU BLVD - NWS2050
  14. N N/a - 7711 MINORU BLVD - NWS2595
  15. O Minoru Estates - 7400 MINORU BLVD - NWS2349
  16. P Cypress Point - 7511 MINORU BLVD - NWS2050
  17. Q Cypress Point - 7531 MINORU BLVD - NWS2050
  18. R The Balmont - 7760 MINORU BLVD - LMS2090
  19. S Canterbury Court - 7751 MINORU BLVD - NWS2168
  20. T Woodridge Estates - 7431 MINORU BLVD - NWS1942
  21. U Sunnymede Estates - 7760 BLUNDELL ROAD - NWS2642
  22. V Zenia Gardens - 8060 JONES ROAD - LMS2153
  23. W Victoria Park - 8080 JONES ROAD - LMS2153
  24. X Zenia Gardens - 8120 JONES ROAD - LMS2153
  25. Y Woodridge Estates - 7411 MINORU BLVD - NWS1942
  26. Z Canterbury Court - 7471 BLUNDELL ROAD - NWS2168
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