Pinehurst - 241 Parkside Drive, Port Moody, BC V3H 4Z8, LMS41353 - located in Heritage Mountain area of Port Moody, near the crossroads Parkside Drive and Hett Creek Drive. Pinehurst is steps away from Heritage Woods Secondary, Heritage Woods Turf and Pleasantside Elementary. Sasemat Lake, Westwood Plateau Golf Academy, Kinder Kampus Children's Centres, Port Moody Recreation Centre, Inlet Theatre and Galleria, Eagle Ridge Tennis Courts, Scott Creek Middle School, Newport Village, Suterbrook, Rocky Point Park, Belcarra and Buntzen Lake are within minutes of drive. The bus stop is within walking distance away. Pinehurst was built in 2001 with a frame-wood construction and vinyl exterior finishing. This three-level complex has 33 units in development and in strata. This gorgeous complex is situated in a wonderful area with breathtaking views and a large well-laid out floor plans. Most units offer spacious rooms, a gas fireplace, a patio, attached double garage, in-suite laundry, laminate floors, maple cabinets, tile backsplash and fenced backyard.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (August 2018)
Homes sales down 24% last month compared to last year. Listings are up 19% compared to last year.
Housing Market Update for June 2018
Sales in June were down 38% compared to June last year. New listings for June were at a 3 year high.
Housing Market Update for May 2018
Sales in May are down 35% from May last year. Listing in May were up.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (July 2018)
Homes sales across BC fell 32% in June.Listings were up in June but still below the average.
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