Kimberley Court - 11960 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 2B5, LMS1624 - Located on Harris Road and 119 Avenue in the prime Central Meadows subarea of Pitt Meadows. Minutes to Golden Ears Bridge and West Coast Express. Easy access to Lougheed Highway and other major routs allows for an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Downtown Vancouver. The notable landmarks around Kimberley Court are Meadow Garden Golf Center, giant Meadowtown Shopping Mall, Mitchell Road Park, Pitt Meadows Athletic Park and Arena Complex. Schools nearby include Pitt Meadows Secondary and Davie Jones Elementary. Some excellent restaurants in the area include Boston Pizza, Opa Souvlaki of Greece, Tim Hortons and Austin House Fish & Chips.
Kimberly Court is a three level complex built in 1995. It consists of 32 units featuring great open floor plan, built-in vacuum, radiant hot water heating, gas fireplace, covered deck or patio for ground floor units and in-suite laundry. Complex amenities include gated underground parking, bike storage, storage locker, elevator and wheelchair access. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, gas, heat, hot water and management. Don't miss your opportunity to own this amazing home.
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