Flagstone Walk - 15299 17A Avenue, White Rock, BC, V4A 1V4, Strata Plan No. BCS2167, 4 levels, 36 units, built 2007 - located at the corner of 17A Avenue just off 152nd Street in White Rock. Flagstone Walk at 15299 17A Avenue is a 36-unit building on a quiet street in White Rock. Top quality materials are used in the construction of this building. Units are built to the highest standard assuring you of long-term security for your investment. The Flagstone Walk homes and residences have fabulous features including 9' ceilings throughout the open floor plan, many large windows, electric fireplace, floor to ceiling cabinets with indirect lighting, granite counter tops, breakfast bar, stainless steel kitchens, and high quality ceramic tile. Every residence at the Flagstone Walk homes has in suite storage in addition to a spacious patio for barbecuing. In addition, the building offers spectacular shared roof top garden and the 2-5-10 Home Warranty.
Flagstone Wlak condo is located just three minutes from shopping, parks, beach, restaurants and the new Leisure Centre. Half block away is theatre and two blocks away are famous Semiahmoo Shopping Center, Bakerview Park, Jessie Lee Elementary, and Earl Mariott Secondary School. Community buses take you to the beach and many places. Flagstone Walk complex is managed by Davin Management. Pets and rentals allowed.
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||15299 17a Ave
||South Surrey White Rock
||King George Corridor
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|Units in Development: ||36|
|Units in Strata:||36|
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Housing Market Update for August 2018
August sales are down 37% from the same period last year. Listings are up 30%
BCREA Housing Market Update (September 2018)
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