Douglas Crescent Gardens - 20738 Douglas, Langley, BC V3A 4B9, Strata Plan No. NWS2941, 2 levels, 8 townhouses, built 1988 - located at the corner of Douglas Crescent and 208th Street in Langley City. The Douglas Crescent Gardens is a well run family oriented complex with 8 unit only. The complex features large kitchens with plenty of cabinet space and
lots of cupboards, the dining areas accommodating a good sized table, a corner gas fireplace with large mantle, big master bedrooms with a cheater ensuite and good use of closet space, a large insuite laundry room, private fenced sunny backyards for BBQ's or relaxing, and the new roof with 30 years warranty. Centrally located in Downtown Langley City,
the Douglas Crescent Gardens is close to everything you want. From major transit routes like Fraser Highway, Glover Road and the Langley Bypass to bus transportation and from tonnes of shopping at Langley Mall, Valley Centre Strip Mall, Willowbrook Shopping Centre and big box retailers, the Douglas Crescent Gardens complex is ideally situated for
everyone. Community amenities such as the Langley City Hall & Library, swimming pools, recreational facilities, the Douglas Recreation Centre, Langley Chamber of Commerce, Cascade Casino and top ranked schools are also nearby. Best of all, the Douglas Crescent Gardens are steps to green spaces at City Park, Hi-Knoll Park, Linwood Park, Douglas Park and
Nicomekl Park. Douglas Crescent Gardens is self managed 604-514-9887. NO dogs, other small animals allowed. No rentals.
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