Heritage Greene - 3938 Albert Street, Burnaby, BC V5C 2E2, LMS1530 - located in Vancouver Heights area of Burnaby North, at crossroads Albert Street and Ingleton Avenue, one block street north of Hastings Street. The Heritage Greene is steps from Heights Fountain Square, Sir John Franklin Community, Burnaby Chiropractor, Heart Centre Yoga, Pharmasafe, Smart Driving School, Glenburn Grocery and Adanac Park. Playland Amusement Park, Hastings Skatepark, Hastings Community Centre, Dr.Ar Lord Elementary school, Hastings Community Elementary and London Drugs are close to the complex. DANUBE, Baci, Greek Taverna, The Pear Tree, Caffe Artigiano are the restaurants in the neighbourhood. This complex is situated on the Vancouver/Burnaby border, quick access to downtown Vancouver and the North Shore is possible. The bus stops are steps from the complex. The Heritage Greene was built in 1996. It has frame-wood construction with wood exterior finishing. There are 20 three-level units in development and in strata. There are no age restriction at Heritage Greene. Two pets are allowed. rentals are permitted. The amenities are underground parking, lounge, garden, bike storage and in-suite laundry. Most homes offer generous size living room, open kitchen and fireplace. Some units have new appliances, granite countertops and hardwood floors.
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