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Chestnut Village

1381 Martin Street, South Surrey White Rock, V4B 3W6 F54 - White Rock

  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 28
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1976
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: NWS651
  • Management company:  Leonis
  • Phone  604-575-5474  
  • Bldg#: 1132

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Chestnut Village - 1381 Martin Street, White Rock, BC V4B 3W6, Strata Plan No. NWS651, 3 levels, 28 units, built 1976 - located at the corner of Martin Street and Thrift Avenue in Uptown White Rock. Conveniently located in central White Rock, the Kent Heritage is a stylish combination of exceptional convenience and remarkable oceanfront living. Chestnut Village homes include spacious floor plans with electric fireplaces, white kitchens with plenty of cabinet space and lots of cupboards, breathtaking ocean views from some homes, huge private patios area for outdoor living, large enclosed balconies for the extension of your living space, and closets with shelving in both bedrooms. Other great features of these Chestnut Village homes include a lounge room, workshop, full size insuite laundry room, storage lockers, bike storage, elevators, wheelchair access, secure underground parking and beautifully landscaped gardens. Chestnut Village is managed by Leonis Management 604-575-5474 and maintenance includes heat and hot water. No pets or rentals. AGE 19+

Situated in front of White Rock's beach, this prestigious community will always be your favorite seaside community with its long expanses of sandy beach, temperate climate, and of course, the Chestnut Village lined with eclectic boutiques, great restaurants, and art galleries displaying everything from contemporary crafts to antiques masterpieces. The Peace Arch border, great schools, Semiahmoo mall, and Semiahmoo Park are just a stone throw away! And when you need to head to Vancouver or to the airport, it's just a hop and a skip and youre on the freeway heading to town or to a plane. Great place to live! 


Strata Sub Categories: Strata

Chestnut Village Technical Info

Building Name Chestnut Village
Address 1381 Martin Street
City South Surrey White Rock
Neighborhood White Rock
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 28
Units in Strata:28
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1976
ManagementLeonis
 p. 604-575-5474
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWS651
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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Other Buildings in Complex and/or Area

  1. Orca Vista - 15018 THRIFT AVE - NWS2818
  2. Kent Heritage - 1390 MARTIN STREET - NWS499
  3. Grosvenor Court - 15035 THRIFT AVE - NWS2674
  4. West Winds - 1360 MARTIN STREET - NWS169
  5. The Dogwood - 1351 MARTIN STREET - NWS485
  6. Chelsea House - 1410 BLACKWOOD STREET - NWS385
  7. The Patrician - 1424 MARTIN STREET - NWS1549
  8. Heatherstone - 1437 MARTIN STREET - NWS2080
  9. Kent Manor - 1371 FOSTER STREET - NWS177
  10. Martinview Manor - 1444 MARTIN STREET - NWS143
  11. The Coach House - 1330 MARTIN STREET - NWS189
  12. The Cedars - 1319 MARTIN STREET - NWS176
  13. The Monterey - 14950 THRIFT AVE - NWS2466
  14. Cypress Manor - 1341 FOSTER STREET - NWS945
  15. Wedgewood Park - 1437 NORTH FOSTER STREET - NWS307

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