Pacific Court - 5355 201A Street Langley, BC V3A 9L7, BCS800 - Located in a desirable area of Langley City on 201A Street and 53 Avenue. Pacific Court offers 23 unique townhomes built in 2004 that are professionally managed. This is a central location close to all your needs including bus stops, restaurants, IGA, Valley Centre, Willowbrook Shopping Centre, recreation, Langley Meadows Park, medical services, HD Stafford Secondary, Simonds Elementary, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Fraser Valley Regional Library and much more! Direct access to major transportation routes including the Trans-Canada Highway and Fraser Highway, allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations. Most homes feature three levels with ten different floor plans that offer 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms plus a family room. Residents can enjoy their spacious living areas, cozy fireplaces, plenty of windows to brighten your home, in-suite laundry, private fenced backyards and patio areas that are great for entertainment. Most units come with a double tandem garage with a full driveway for additional parking. Pacific Court is a well maintained complex that is quality built with solid plywood construction, hardy plank, rainscreen technology and vinyl exterior. This is a family friendly community that offers playground amenities for the kids and manicured garden areas for everyone to enjoy. Pacific court is in a sought after neighbourhood with comfortable townhome living for the whole family - Live here today!
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April 2019 Market Insights
BCREA Housing Market Update (May 2019)
BC sales declined 19% in April. Listings are up 34%.
March 2019 Market Insights - Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver
March sales were down 31% from the same period last year. Listings are up 52% from the same period last year.
BCREA Housing Market Update (April 2019)
March sales fell 23%. Listings were up 36%
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February 2019 Market Insights
Sales in February were down 43% from February last year. Listings are up 48% compared to last year.
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New home sales fell seven per cent last year, on top of a 31 per cent decline