Barker Place - 5565 Barker Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5H 2N8, NWS3238 - located in Central Park area of Burnaby South, at the corner of Sardis Street and Barker Avenue. The Barker Place is only steps to George McLean Park, Lawn Bowling Club, Burnaby Central Park and Central Park Pitch and Putt. London Drugs, Foster Park, Gaston Park, Inman Elementary, Westburn Park, Winston College, Willingdon Care Centre and Metropolitan Community College are in the neighbourhood. The bus stops are steps from the complex and Patterson Skytrain station is minutes away and Metrotown is one stop from the Central Park Place. The complex has an easy access to Trans-Canada Hwy1 through the Willingdon Avenue. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood where you can enjoy your dinner. They are Earls, Ramies Greek, Minoas Greek Taverna, Cho Sun BBQ Korean, Samosa Garden and others. The complex was built in 1991. It has frae-wood construction and wood roof. There are 30 units in development and in strata. This 3 level condo offers spacious suites and luxurious ensuites with separate shower and bathtubs. The ground floor units have large patios and the top floor suites have vaulted ceilings. Views from some suites are of the North Shore mountains. The amenities are wheelchair acces, lounge and in-suite laundry. Pets are not alowed. Rentals are not permitted.
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||5565 Barker Ave
||Central Park BS
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|Units in Development: ||30|
|Units in Strata:||30|
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