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The Parkhill - 7108 Edmonds St, Burnaby, BC V5E 3A6, LMS428 - located in Edmonds Burnaby East area, near the crossroads Edmonds Street and Griffiths Drive. The Parkhill is just a few minutes walk from Edmonds SkyTrain Station and many parks and trails. 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. In addition, Highgate Shopping Centre is only a few blocks away, where you will find Save-On-Foods, Subway, Starbucks and many more shops and services. House of Wings, Freshslice Pizza, Chinese Foods, Nao Sushi are only a few restaurants in the neighbourhood for your enjoyment. The Parkhill was built in 1992. It is a highrise building with no other towers in close proximity. Therefore, most views from the suites are unobstructed and the suites are quite private. There are 58 units in development and in strata. Pets are allowed. Rentals are not permitted. The building features a nicely landscaped grounds, a large lounge area, an exercise centre, wheelchair access, sauna, in-suite laundry, garden, bike room, club house and storage. Most homes offer bright, open spaces, cosy fireplace, wrap-around windows, large balcony, laminate or hardwood floors. The building is fully rain screen from 2006 and has 10 year envelope warranty.
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Parkhill - 501-7108 Edmonds Street, Burnaby
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BCREA Housing Market Update (November 2019)
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