Raintree Gardens - 3628 Rae Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5R 2P6, LMS1071 - located in Collingwood area of Vancouver East, near the crossroads Rae Avenue and Boundary Road. The Raintree Gardens is walking distance to Joyce Grocery, Vanness Mart, Hair Salons, Joyce Way food Market, Dollar Store, Gaston Park with playground and school and Melbourne Park with its playground. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood such as Shiosai Sushi, Cucina Manila, Super Great Pizza, Joyce BBQ and Bamboo Cafe. Metrotown is within a short drive (one skytrain station away). Slocan Park and Renfrew Ravine Park, John Norquay Elementary, Windermere Community Secondary, Duke Childcare Centre, Fountain Tire and Norquay Park with its great playground are close to the development. Joyce Skytrain station is within minutes of walk. The bus stops near the complex. The complex has an easy access to Trans-Canada Hwy1. The Raintree Gardens was built in 1994. It has frame-wood construction and vinyl exterior finishing. This complex offers extra amenities than a regular apartment complex. It boasts a sauna, swirlpool, exercise gym, party room, underground parking and a landscaped courtyard. Enjoy the functional layouts which come with in-suite laundry, gas fireplace, and a good size patio or balcony.
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