Southmere Mews - 1830 Southmere Crescent E Surrey, BC V4A 9C2, NWS2444 - Located in the beautiful area of Sunnyside Park Surrey on Southmere Crescent E and Martin Drive. This is a convenient location that is walking distance to Semiahmoo Mall, restaurants, close to schools at all levels, Shoppers Drug Mart, medical services, parks, the beach and much more! Direct access to highways allows an easy commute to surrounding areas including other parts of Surrey, Richmond and downtown Vancouver. Southmere Mews offers 39 beautiful home built in 1987 that are professionally managed. Most homes feature cozy fireplaces, insuite laundry, bay windows, plenty of windows to brighten living spaces, a large enclosed balcony and hot water radiant heating. Southmere Mews is a well maintained building with manicured garden areas and recent updates including a newer roof and newly rain screened windows. There are many amenities available to residents including storage lockers on the same floor as your home, secured parking, visitor parking, elevators, a common workshop, recreation centre, wheelchair access, lounge area, a social room and an outdoor pool. Southmere Mews is an adult oriented community with a 19+ age restriction. Pets and rentals are not allowed. This is condo living at its best!
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Southmere Mews Technical Info
||1830 E Southmere Crescent
||South Surrey White Rock
||Sunnyside Park Surrey
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||39|
|Units in Strata:||39|
|Title to Land
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December 2018 Market Insights
2018 became a buyer's market in December. Overall listings and sales were below the 10 year average
REBGV Housing Market Update For Novemberr 2018
Sales for November were down 43% from the same period last year. 3,461 new listings were recorded in November
Housing Market Update (December 2018)
Home sales across the province were down 33% in November compared to last year. Listings were up 31% compared to last year
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REBGV Housing Market Update For October 2018
Sales for October are down 35% compared to last year. October had 4,873 new listings.
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