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Sandalwood

1320 55th Street


Tsawwassen, V4M 3K3 VTWCD - Cliff Drive

  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 13
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1999
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: LMS4036
  • Bldg#: 954

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Sandalwood - 1320 55 Street, Delta, BC V4M 3K3, LMS4036 - located in the Cliff Drive neighborhood of Tsawwassen, at the crossroads of 55 Street and 13A Avenue. Enjoy a nice walk to a small park accross the street, or walk to Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall in 3 minutes. Everything you need isn't far from the complex: grocery shopping, specialty shops, coffee, restaurants, the library and more. Walking distance to Golf Club, Bowling Club, South Delta Recreation Centre and Tsawwassen Skatepark. Beach Grove Elementary, South Park Elementary and South Delta Secondary schools are in close to the complex. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood such as Browns Socialhouse, Kon Thai, Dairy Queen, Domino's Pizza, White Sport, Mario's Kitchen. The bus stops are minutes away and they can take you to Canada Line. The Sandalwood was built in 1999 by Carl Jensen. It has frame-wood construction, a stucco exterior and asphalt roofing. There are 13 three-level units in development and in strata. The complex is adul-oriented with age restriction 55 + Rentals are not permitted. Residents have access to a workshop and secured underground parking. Some homes offer sun decks, hardwood floors and crown mouldings.

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Sandalwood Technical Info

Building Name Sandalwood
Address 1320 55th Street
City Tsawwassen
Neighborhood Cliff Drive
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 13
Units in Strata:13
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1999
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan LMS4036
Title to Land Freehold Strata
  

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A The Sandalwood - 1320 55 STREET - LMS4036
  2. B The Shaughnessy - 5500 13A AVE - LMS1539
  3. C Sandpiper - 1280 55TH STREET - LMS2959
  4. D The Sandollar - 1250 55TH STREET - LMS2491
  5. E Windsor Woods - 5555 13A AVE - LMS1318
  6. F Cliff Drive - 1250 55 STREET - LMS2491
  7. G Windsor Woods - 5518 14TH AVE - LMS1318
  8. H The Oliva - 1315 56TH STREET - BCS2381
  9. I Windsor Woods - 1359 56TH STREET - LMS1318
  10. J Windsor Woods - 1363 56TH STREET - LMS1318
  11. K Windsor Woods - 5556 14TH AVE - LMS1318
  12. L Windsor Woods - 1369 56TH STREET - LMS1318
  13. M Magnolia - 1441 GARDEN PLACE - NWS1841
  14. N Brio - 5454 12th AVE -
  15. O Fairview 56 - 1375 VIEW CRESCENT - BCS1926
  16. P Garden Place - 1440 GARDEN PLACE - NWS1841
  17. Q Onyx Court - 1175 55TH STREET - BCS955
  18. R The Heathwood - 1172 55TH STREET - NWS3023
  19. S Bayview Villa - 1428 56TH STREET - LMS1339
  20. T Sahalee - 1330 HUNTER ROAD - LMP23395
  21. U The Classic - 1350 VIEW CRESCENT - NWS2211
  22. V Heron Place - 1153 54A STREET - LMS429
  23. W Hunter Green - 1300 HUNTER ROAD - LMS1731
  24. X La Mirage - 1400 VIEW CRESCENT - LMS2215
  25. Y Fairway Estates - 1258 HUNTER ROAD - LMS2325
  26. Z The Onyx - 1175 55 STREET - BCS955
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