Centre Point West - 4798 Hazel St, Burnaby, BC V5H 4E7, BCS2605 - located in Forest Glen are of Burnaby South, in the heart of Metrotown. Tke 5 minutes walk and enjoy a cup of coffee at Starbucks or get a treat at London Drugs. Have peaceful walk or have BBQ with your friends and family at Burnaby Central Park that is just minutes away. Entertain yourself bywatching a movie at The Famous Players SilverCity that offers the latest box office hits on the big screen with big sound. Metrotown skytrain station is within walking distance. The Centre Point West was built in 2008 by award winning Intracorp Developments. This Centrepoint West unique Townhouse is modern craftsman inspired and best designed made for 21st century living in this central Burnaby location. It is concrete, 3 levels construction with full rain screen. There are 8 units in the complex, linked by skybridge to Metrotown Mall. The maintenance fee includes garabeg pickup, gardening, gas, hot water and management. Pets are allowed. Rentals are permitted. The complex is under balance of 2-5-10 new home warranty. Most homes feature 2 or 3 spacious bedrooms, bright open kitchen, granite counters, 9 ft ceiling on upper two levels, wide plank engineered hardwood flooring, front and back private patios, 2 side-by-side parking, in-suite laundry and storage.
Crossroads are Nelson Ave and Willingdon Ave
Strata Sub Categories: Strata
Centrepoint West Technical Info
||4798 Hazel Street
||Forest Glen BS
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||8|
|Units in Strata:||8|
||Intracorp Projects Ltd.|
|Title to Land
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BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2019)
December 2018 Market Insights
2018 became a buyer's market in December. Overall listings and sales were below the 10 year average
REBGV Housing Market Update For Novemberr 2018
Sales for November were down 43% from the same period last year. 3,461 new listings were recorded in November
Housing Market Update (December 2018)
Home sales across the province were down 33% in November compared to last year. Listings were up 31% compared to last year
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REBGV Housing Market Update For October 2018
Sales for October are down 35% compared to last year. October had 4,873 new listings.
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