The Village at Surrey Place - 13302 102A Avenue Surrey, BC V3T 5J7 - Located in the heart of Surrey Central on 102A Avenue and 133 Street. The Village at Surrey Place offers 39 townhomes built in 1982 that are professionally managed. This is a convenient location within minutes from bus stops, SkyTrain stations, Lena Shaw Elementary, Queen Elizabeth Secondary, SFU, Central City Shopping Centre, Surrey Public Library, restaurants, coffee shops, London Drugs, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Holland Park, recreation and much more! Direct access to major transportation routes including Fraser Highway, allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations. Most homes feature three or four bedrooms, skylights, wood burning or gas fireplace and in-suite laundry with hook-ups for a washer and dryer. The Village at Surrey Place offers spacious patios and private backyards that are fenced, extra storage and lots of parking is available for home owners or visitors. Other features include a common outdoor pool for the whole family to enjoy, a common clubhouse and playground amenities for the kids! The addresses for this complex are 13302, 13308, 13314, 13322, 13328, 13332 and 13338 102A Avenue. The Village at Surrey Place is a well maintained and a convenient location that offers townhome living for every lifestyle - Live here!
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||The Village at Surrey Place
||13302 102a Ave
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|Units in Strata:||39|
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