Crestwood Cedars - 330 Cedar Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3P1, NWS583 - Located in the desirable neighbourhood of Sapperton in New Westminster on Cedar Street and E Columbia Street. This is a central location that is close to public transit, IGA, restaurants, Royal City Shopping Centre, coffee shops, medical services, schools, library, Royal Columbian Hospital, Cariboo Park, recreation and more! Direct access to highways allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Richmond, Ladner and Surrey. Crestwood Cedars offers 29 homes built in 1976 that are self managed. Most homes feature spacious floor plans, vaulted ceilings for top floor units, skylights in top floor units, privately fenced garden patios for ground level units and large balconies. This is a well maintained building with features including secured underground parking, storage lockers, shared laundry facilities, wheelchair access, elevators and visitor parking. This is an adult oriented community with a 19+ age restriction. Pets are allowed with restrictions and rentals are not permitted. This is comfortable condo living in a great neighbourhood in New Westminster - Crestwood Cedars is the place to be!
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Crestwood Cedars Technical Info
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Housing Market Update (December 2018)
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