Winchelsea - 3183 Esmond Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5G 4V6, LMS1035 - located in Central area of Burnaby North, near the crossroads Boundary Road and Canada Way. The Winchelsea is steps to Broadview Park and Avondale Park, Carilton Hospital, Grand Villa Casino, Falaise Park and Playground, Happy Corner pre-school and Renfrew Community Elementary. Blue Castle Games, Costco, Fedex World Service Centre, Walmart, Canadian Tire, Canadian Superstore, Sprott-Shaw Community College and Burnaby hospital are close to the complex. Burnaby Palace, Manora's Taverna, Earls, cactus Club, Charlie's Chocolate Factory, Wendy's Restaurant and Boston Pizza are the restaurants in the neighbourhood. The bus stops are steps away. The complex has an easy access to Trans-Canada Hwy1. The Rupert skytrain station and Gilmore skytrain station are close by. The Winchelsea was built in 1994. It has a frame-wood construction. It is part of a three building project by Adera. The other Winchelsea buildings are at 3738 Norfolk Street and 3733 Norfolk Street. A beautiful little fountain greets you in the courtyard between the 3733 Norfolk and 3738 Norfolk buildings. With no highrise buildings in the area, views from the suites can be spectacular, especially to the west and north. Pets are allowed in this complex. Rentals are permitted. Most homes offer in-suite laundry, open living and dining areas, cozy fireplace, storage locker and laminate floors. Some units have stainless steel appliances, marble floors and granite countertops.
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