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Creekside Park

2988 Horn Street
Abbotsford, V2S 3C1 F78 - Central Abbotsford

  • Levels: 2
  • Suites: 29
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1990
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: NWS3439
  • Management company:  Confidential
  • Bldg#: 3587

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Creekside Park 2988 Horn St, Abbotsford, BC V2S 7X6, Canada NWS03439. Creekside Park is located on Horn Street and Trafalgar Street in a convenient neighbourhood of Abbotsford. Built in 1990, Creekside Park offers 29 homes that are self managed: 604-854-1734. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, management, and recreation facility. This is a prime location just minutes away from Canadian Tire, London Drugs, Boston Pizza, Price Smart Foods, and Sevenoaks Shopping Centre. Transit and major routes are close by and within walking distance. Creekside Park features air conditioning, a club house, and in suite laundry. Restrictions include a 55+ age restriction, and pets are not allowed. 

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Creekside Park Technical Info

Building Name Creekside Park
Address 2988 Horn Street
City Abbotsford
Neighborhood Central Abbotsford
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 2
Units in Development: 29
Units in Strata:29
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1990
ManagementConfidential
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWS3439
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Birchwood Terrace - 2921 HORN STREET - NWS2919
  2. B Trafalgar Park - 2919 TRAFALGAR STREET - NWS2647
  3. C Trafalgar Park - 2938 TRAFALGAR STREET - NWS2647
  4. D Summer Wynd Meadows - 2989 TRAFALGAR STREET - NWS2264
  5. E Whispering Pines - 3054 TRAFALGAR STREET - NWS2531
  6. F Trafalgar Park - 2901 TRAFALGAR STREET - NWS2647
  7. G Britten Properties - 33123 GEORGE FERGUSON WAY - NWS3083
  8. H Tiffany Place - 33090 GEORGE FERGUSON WAY - NWS3142
  9. I Glenview Meadows - 3055 TRAFALGAR STREET - NWS2393
  10. J The Carlisle - 33030 GEORGE FERGUSON WAY - NWS2787
  11. K Oakhurst - 32959 GEORGE FERGUSON WAY - NWS1894
  12. L Tiffany Park - 33110 GEORGE FERGUSON WAY - NWS3295
  13. M Clearbrook - 2830 WEST BOURQUIN CRESCENT - NWS935
  14. N Woodbrook Terrace - 32925 GEORGE FERGUSON WAY - NWS1537
  15. O Bourquin Court - 2853 WEST BOURQUIN CRESCENT - NWS1814
  16. P Pine Grove Terrace - 32917 AMICUS PLACE - NWS1937
  17. Q Royal Oaks - 32910 AMICUS PLACE - NWS1719
  18. R The Haven - 32950 AMICUS PLACE - NWS1708
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February 2019 Market Insights

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.

REBGV January 2019 Market Insights

January sales were down 39% from same period last year. Listings were at 28% for the month.

BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2019)

BC home sales dropped by 25% compared to January last year. Listings were down across the province.

BCREA Housing Market Update (February 2018)

Sales across the province are at a decade low. Listing are up 41% from the same period last year
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