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Evergreen Place

3861 Albert Street
Burnaby North, V5C 2C8 VBNVH - Vancouver Heights

  • Suites: 12
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1989
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: NWS2645
  • Management company:  Confidential
  • Bldg#: 4332

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Evergreen Place - 3861 Albert Street, Burnaby V5C 2E2, NWS2645 - Conveniently located in desirable Vancouver Heights on Albert Street and Esmond Avenue in Burnaby North between Hastings Street. Scotiabank, CIBC, Westminster Savings, several delis, markets, coffee shops, retail opportunities and specialty services are within walking distance. Some excellent restaurants in the neighbourhood include La Villetta Restaurant, Baci Restaurant, Capotas Pizza, Toyo Tomi and Yummy Yummy Sushi. St. Helens and Sir John Franklin Elementary schools are on your doorstep and High Schools nearby include Notre Dame and Templeton. Busses provide an easy commute to neighbouring city centers and Downtown Vancouver. Highway 1 provides quick access to North Vancouver, Whistler, and Canada Provinces.

Evergreen Place is a small 12-home complex built in 1989 close to the amenities and conveniences of Hastings Street. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, hot water and management.

Evergreen Place - convenient location in well-maintained complex - make it yours!

 




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Evergreen Place Technical Info

Building Name Evergreen Place
Address 3861 Albert Street
City Burnaby North
Neighborhood Vancouver Heights
Listing Price Range N/A
Units in Development: 0
Units in Strata:12
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1989
ManagementConfidential
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWS2645
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Century Heights - 3838 ALBERT STREET - BCS851
  2. B Mondeo - 3811 EAST HASTINGS STREET - BCS2090
  3. C Boundary View - 3760 ALBERT STREET - NWS2099
  4. D Prince Albert Villas - 3755 ALBERT STREET - LMS1090
  5. E The Heights - 3768 HASTINGS STREET - LMS3430
  6. F Boundary View - 3740 ALBERT STREET - NWS2099
  7. G Heritage Greene - 3938 ALBERT STREET - LMS1530
  8. H Wedgewood Villa - 3787 PENDER STREET - LMS832
  9. I Altura - 3855 PENDER STREET - BCS929
  10. J The Sienna - 3939 HASTINGS STREET - LMS3262
  11. K The Heights - 3828 PENDER STREET - BCS4215
  12. L Heritage Green - 3978 ALBERT STREET - LMS1122
  13. M Ingleton Place - 3920 EAST HASTINGS STREET - NWS2406
  14. N Twenty - 3737 PENDER STREET - BCS39
  15. O Ingleton Place - 3960 HASTINGS STREET - NWS2406
  16. P Lexington North - 3709 PENDER STREET - LMS1301
  17. Q Pender Lane At The Heights - 3712 PENDER STREET - BCP9769
  18. R Alba - 2642 East Hastings AVE -
  19. S 4018 Albert Street - 4018 ALBERT STREET - LMS3310
  20. T Redbrick Heights - 4055 PENDER STREET - BCS1719
  21. U View388 - 388 Kooteney STREET - EPP27624
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