Imperial Landing at The Village - 4211 Bayview St, Richmond, BC V7E 6T6. Strata No BCS1165 - located in the Village of Steveston. Four levels. Built in 2005. Maintenance fee includes: Caretaker, Garbage pickup, Management, Gardening and recreation facility. Two pets allowed. Rentals allowed. Amenities: bike room, exercise centre, guest suite, in suite laundry, recreation centre, wheelchair access. Biking and walking trail at your doorstep. Just steps to the waterfront boardwalk. Unobstructed views of the river and steps to all that Steveston Village has to offer:Steveston Seabreez adventure, Tao Day Spa, Waves Coffee, Steveston Sea House, Community centre, Tao Dao spa etc. Bus route is minutes away. It is a perfect location to enjoy Steveston lifestyle.
Crossroad: No.1 Road
Strata Sub Categories: Strata
The Village Technical Info
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The Village MLS® Listings And/Or Area MLS® Listings
208 4280 MONCTON S..
2 Bed, 3 Bath,1257 Sqft. $828,000
Macdonald Realty Westmar
414 4280 MONCTON S..
2 Bed, 2 Bath,1015 Sqft. $899,000
44 12333 ENGLISH A..
2 Bed, 3 Bath,1351 Sqft. $968,800
1 12333 ENGLISH AV..
4 Bed, 4 Bath,1907 Sqft. $1,198,000
Sutton Group Seafair Realty
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BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2019)
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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