Panorama Terrace - 2678 McCallum Rd, Abbotsford, BC V2S 3R2, NWS2667. Located on MaCallum Road and George Ferguson Way in a convenient neighbourhood of Central Abbotsford. Panorama Terrace built in 1988, offers 55 homes that are well maintained and professionally managed by Campbell: 604- 864-0380. This is a prime location just minutes away from Restaurant, Mall, Pub, Store. Transit and major routes are close by and within walking distance. Maintenance Fees at Panorama Terrace include caretaker, garbage pickup, gardening, heat, hot water, management, recreation. Features of Panorama Terrace include secure underground parking. Other features include a club house, elevator, guest suite, in-suite laundry, hot tub, and attached workshop. Restrictions of Panorama Terrace include 45+ age restriction, one pet and no rentals.
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