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Carleton Terrace

4160 Albert Street
Burnaby North, V5C 6K2 VBNVH - Vancouver Heights

  • Levels: 9
  • Suites: 78
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1993
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: LMS535
  • Management company:  Confidential
  • Bldg#: 4437

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Carelton Terrace - 4160 Albert Street, Burnaby V5C 2E5, LMS535 - Located in the popular Vancouver Heights of Burnaby North. Conveniently situated just off East Hastings Street and moments from the Trans Canada Highway. Situated next to a shopping complex and a step away from Starbucks, Subway, Dairy Queen, several grocery shops, banks and more. Restaurants within walking distance include Paradise Coffee House, Anton's Pasta Bar, Domino's Pizza, Baci Restaurant, Yummi Yummi Sushi to name a few. Schools close-by are Renfrew Elementary, Thunderbird Elementary and Windermere Secondary. Public transit allow easy access - 15minutes to BCIT, 20minutes to Downtown or SFU.  

Built in 1993, Carelton Terrace is a 78-unit well maintained complex featuring spectacular views of the North Shore mountains, rainscreen technology, insuite laundries, large balconies and storage. Maintenance fees include garbage pickups, gardening, gas, hot water and management.

Carelton Terrace - convenient location, spectacular views, well-maintained building - move to this neighbourhood today!

 

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Carleton Terrace Technical Info

Building Name Carleton Terrace
Address 4160 Albert Street
City Burnaby North
Neighborhood Vancouver Heights
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 9
Units in Development: 74
Units in Strata:78
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1993
ManagementConfidential
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan LMS535
Strata Plan Log-in LMS535
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Villagio - 4238 ALBERT STREET - BCS259
  2. B Cranberry Commons Cohousing - 4272 ALBERT STREET - LMS4503
  3. C 4018 Albert Street - 4018 ALBERT STREET - LMS3310
  4. D Union In Burnaby Heights - 4310 HASTINGS STREET - BCP40540
  5. E Redbrick Heights - 4055 PENDER STREET - BCS1719
  6. F Heritage Green - 3978 ALBERT STREET - LMS1122
  7. G Ingleton Place - 3960 HASTINGS STREET - NWS2406
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February 2019 Market Insights

BCREA Housing Market Update (March 2019)

BC home sales fell 27% year-over-year in February. Listings were up 36.5% compared to the same month last year.

REBGV January 2019 Market Insights

January sales were down 39% from same period last year. Listings were at 28% for the month.

BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2019)

BC home sales dropped by 25% compared to January last year. Listings were down across the province.

BCREA Housing Market Update (February 2018)

Sales across the province are at a decade low. Listing are up 41% from the same period last year
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