Trafalgar - 3624 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC V5V 4C8, LMS2499 - located in Fraser area of Vancouver East, at the crossroads Fraser Street and East 20th Avenue. The Trafalgar is a short walk to Mount Pleasant, shops, transportation and only minutes to Downtown. Close to Queen Elizabeth Park, recreation centre. David Livingston Elementary, Tupper Secondary, Prince Edward Park, YMCA Vancouver, Glen Park, Sunnyside Park, Charles Dickens Elementary and Shoppers Drug Mart are in the neighbourhood. The restaurants such as Fraser Court Seafood, Pho Van, Pizza Factory, BT Cafe, Dai Tung Chinese, Hai Phong Vietnamese and Domino's Pizza are close to the complex. The bus stops at the door. Commercial Skytrain Station is within a short drive. The Trafalgar was built in 1995. This three-level building has frame-wood construction with vinyl exterior finishing. The complex consists of 28 residential units and 1 commercial unit. Pets are not allowed in the development. Rentals are permitted with some restrictions. Most homes feature laminate flooring, in-suite laundry, large storage room, open kitchen into dining and living rooms, good size balcony and secured underground parking. Some units offer views of the Northshore mountains.
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