LIV42 - 12409 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 2J5, 4 storeys, 42 units, estimated completion 2013, crossing roads: 124th Avenue and Harris Road. Nestled beneath the sheltering Golden Ears Mountains at the confluence of the Pitt and Fraser Rivers, LIV42 is the epitome of an oasis surrounded by a world of urban conveniences. Developed by Kerkhoff Construction, LIV42 is a boutique collection of 42 units complex in the heart of Pitt Meadows B.C.
These studios, one, and two bedroom condos ranges from 448 to 871 sq.ft. and reflects an urban West Coast contemporary architecture with the use of heavy timber elements and distinctive stonework to celebrate and express the unique character of LIV42. Contemporary interiors boast 9' ceiling, warm laminate flooring, Samsung stainless steel appliances, stone slab countertops, porcelain tile backsplash, shaker or flat panel wood veener cabinetry, and marble bathrooms with large porcelain tile wall and floors. Oversized windows bring nature light and large balconies provide extra space for outdoor living.
Ideally situated in a quiet neighborhood only three blocks from the Westcoast Express station and minutes from Lougheed Highway, LIV42 opens the door into a world possibilities. Enjoy living steps to the natural amenities of Harris Park and Hoffman Park yet schools like Davie Jones Elementary and Pitt Meadows Elementary, Pitt Meadows Museum, Fraser Valley Regional Library, Pitt Meadows Walk In Clinic, IGA, Langley Farm Market, Shoppers Drug Mart, tones of food and restaurant options, and top ranked golf courses are just blocks away.
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