Aviva at Central Park - 2108 Rowland Street, Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 1X7, Strata Plan No. BCS3113, 4 levels, 64 townhomes, built 2009 - located at the corner of Shaughnessy Street & Pitt River Road in Port Coquitlam. Developed by Brixton Development, with Integra Architecture Inc. as the architect, Aviva at Central Park is a 64-unit complex in a pristine setting that feels like country but has every urban amenity close at hand.
This limited collection of homes will boast West coast architecture defined by the strength and quality of its brick, hardi board, kiln dried fir construction and fully sloped roof. Inside, these two, and three bedroom town homes range from 1200 to 1900 square feet and offer 9' ceilings, laminate wood flooring, electric fireplaces, berber carpets, granite counters, maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, porcelain tiled flooring in kitchens and bathrooms, and spa inspired bathrooms with tiled walk in showers, marble counters in ensuites, Kohler plumbing fixtures, and deep soak tubs. Every home comes with spacious balconies or patios and 2 parking stalls.
Situated next to Gates Park makes this an ideal choice for those who like to have recreation and nature at their doorstep. Aviva at Central Park is only minutes from the bustle of Coquitlam Town Centre, schools, transit and Highway access. For the busy commuter, Greater Vancouver comes right to the neighbourhood, with the West Coast Express station and future Evergreen Rapid Transit Line close at hand. Aviva at Central Park is managed by Strataco 604-294-4141.
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||Aviva at Central Park
||2108 Rowland Street
||Central Pt Coquitlam
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|Units in Development: ||64|
|Units in Strata:||64|
||Limited Common Property|
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