Princess Lane at 6333 Princess Lane, Richmond, BC, V7E 3R3, strata plan BCS375. Princess Lane is a 19 unit detached townhome complex built in 2002. Maintenance fee includes garbage pickup, gardening, recreation facility and management. Pets and rentals are allowed with restrictions. These high-quality homes are steps away from the Steveston Dyke trail and Marina, shops, restaurants and banks. Homma Elementary and McMath Secondary schools are within close proximity with public transport providing easy access to the rest of Richmond, YVR and Vancouver. Walk along the south dyke and enjoy peaceful water views. The complex is within 2km of the historic fishing village of Steveston, a bustling tourist area and home to several fine restaurants, cafes and great gift shops. It is close to Garry Point Park with designated fishing area and boat launching, bike and jogging trails. It features private double car garage w/ large storage, secure parking, 9' ceilings, gas fireplace and recreation room. Safe and quiet neighbourhood close to excellent elementary/high schools, shopping, recreation centres, medical services and public transit. Princess Lane at London Landing, a great place to call home.
Crossroads are No.2 Road and Westwater Drive.
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