Winston Gate - 7128 18 Avenue, Burnaby, BC V3N 1H2, LMS1789 - located in Edmonds Burnaby East area, near the crossroads 18th Avenue and Griffiths Drive. The Winson Gate is only minutes to HighGate Village featuring Save-On-Foods, Shoppers Drug Mart, Starbucks, Blenz, Subway, Liquor Store and fitness facility. Walking distance to Poplar Park, Stride Avenue Park, Ernie Winch Park and Taylor Park and Byrne Creek Urban trails. Stride Avenue Elementary and Byrne Creek Secondary are within minutes from the complex. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood where you can enjoy your lunch or dinner. House of Wings, Freshslice Pizza, Chinese Foods, Nao Sushi are only a few for your enjoyment. Edmonds SkyTrain Station is nearby. The Winston Gate was built in 1995. It has frame-wood construction and stucco exterior finishing. There are 36 units in development and in strata. It is a small complex of two and three level townhomes. Two pets are allowed. Rentals are permitted with some restrictions. The amenities are gym, lounge, workshop, in-suite laundry, playground and garden. Most homes offer laminate floors, private balcony, large patio and fenced yard. The complex is well-manged with super-low strata fees (no increase for many years) and strong contingency reserve fund. Strata offers extra rental parking stalls.
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2018 became a buyer's market in December. Overall listings and sales were below the 10 year average
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Sales for November were down 43% from the same period last year. 3,461 new listings were recorded in November
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