Lexington - 1150 54A Street, Delta, BC V4M 4B5, NWS2700 - located in Central Tsawwassen, at the crossroads of 54A Street and 11 Avenue. Lexington is only two blocks from town centre. Walking istance to transit, shopping, restaurants, banks, Safeway, Starbucks, medical & dental clinics, the pharmacy, and more. Also, there is a sports field where you can watch amateurs play. Beach Grove Elementary, South Park Elementary and South Delta Secondary schools are in close to the complex. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood such as Browns Socialhouse, Kon Thai, Dairy Queen, Domino's Pizza, White Sport, Mario's Kitchen. The Lexington was built in 1988. There are 38 units in strata and in development. It is a self-managed building with full rain screen protection and stucco exterior. The Lexington is an adult-oriented community with age restriction 55+ One pet is allowed, but no dogs. Rentals are not permitted. Building features include workshop, storage locker and recreation room. Most homes offer private balcony, gas fireplace, private patio, spacious rooms and laminate floors.
Crossroad is 12 Avenue & 11th Avenue.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (March 2019)
BC home sales fell 27% year-over-year in February. Listings were up 36.5% compared to the same month last year.
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January sales were down 39% from same period last year. Listings were at 28% for the month.
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