Marlborough Place - 6388 Marlborough Ave, Burnaby, BC V5H 1T4, LMS334 - located in Forest Glen area of Burnaby South, just one block away from Metrotown Centre and Marlborough Elementary. With all the amenities Metrotown has to offer, coupled with the elementary schools and playground steps from your back door this is an ideal location. This complex is close to Central Park, George McLean Park, Melbourn Park, Gaston Park. Inman Elementary, Parkview Children Centre, Chaffey-Burke Elementary, Seeds Family Daycare are minutes away from the complex. You can enjoy nice sunny days at Burnaby Central Park or Deer Lake Park that are in a short drive distance from the Marlborough Place. You can have your nice evening with friends and family in one of many restaurants such as Earls, Nando's, Samosa Garden Pizza Hut that are close by. The bus stops are steps away and Metrotown skytrain station is minutes away. The Malborough Place was built in 1992. It has frame-wood construction and four levels. There are 21 units in strata and in development. The maintenance fee includes heat and hot water. Pets are not allowed. Rentals are not permitted. Most homes feature 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sundeck, large balcony, open floor plan, laminated floors, gas fireplace, lots of storage, in-suite laundry. Some suites have views of the North Shore mountains.
Crossroads are Kingsway and Sanders St
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||6388 Marlborough Ave
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|Units in Development: ||21|
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