Eden at Edmonds - 7168 Stride Avenue, Burnaby, BC V3N 1T7, Strata Plan BCP48072, 3 levels, 28 townhomes, Estimated completion at the end of 2013 - located at the corner of Stride Avenue and 16th Street in Edmonds neighborhood of Burnaby East. Eden at Edmonds is a 28-unit Tudor-stytle townhome project developed by LPH Development Ltd. Eden at Edmonds offers meticulously designed and richly detailed one and two bedroom units ranging from 650 to 900 sq.ft centrally located to all amenities. Every home will feature open floor plans, luxury carpeting, engineered tile floors, energy efficient appliance package, tile backsplash, contemporary kitchen cabinets, double stainless steel sinks, spa inspired bathrooms and much more. Eden at Edmonds homes are finished with the highest quality materials so you can just move in and relax.
Two blocks away are Edmonds Sky Train Station, and 5 minutes to Metrotown and Central Park and 15 minutes to Downtown Vancouver via Skytrain. Byrne Creek Secondary and Taylor Park Elementary are around the corner. The Highgate shopping centre, Save-On Foods, lots of good Japanese restaurants and Kingsway are just steps away, with Edmonds Community Center and library within walking distance. No Restrictions.
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||Eden at Edmonds
||7168 Stride Ave
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|Units in Development: ||28|
|Units in Strata:||28|
|Sub Categories:||Strata Townhouses
||LPH Development Ltd.|
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