Citadel Green - 920 Citadel Drive, Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 5X8, NWS2980 - Located on Citadel Drive and Colonial Drive in the popular Citadel area of Port Coquitlam - a vibrant urban community filled with local amenities, entertainment venues, recreational facilities, schools, shopping and restaurants within a short distance. The notable landmarks around Citadel Green are Castle Park, Settlers Park, Mundy Park and Carnoustie Golf Club. West Coast Express and Highway 1 provide quick access to Vancouver, Whistler and Canada Provinces.
Citadel Green is close to Douglas College, Sprott-Shaw Community College and wide variety of restaurants including Megabite Pizza, Giggle Dam Dinner Theatre, Earls Restaurant and many others. Short distance to Lougheed Mall and Coquitlam Centre.
Citadel Green is a three level gated complex built in 1989. It consists of 49 town homes featuring nice floor plan, luxurious master bedrooms with walk-in closets, gas cooktop and fireplace, in-suite laundry, vacuum, smoke alarm and the balcony to enjoy your barbecues. The garage is complete with steel insulated door and loads of storage. The complex has a new roof installed in 2008. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening and management. Don't miss your opportunity to own this amazing home.
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