3399 Derbyshire Avenue, Coquitlam

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* Type: Fixed, Term: 5 years, Amortization: 25 years
3399 Derbyshire Avenue, Coquitlam
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3399 Derbyshire Avenue - Luxurious Custom-Built Home by Marquee S Group ready for it's first Owner. Functional living with no expenses spared, this Brand New Home has a carefully thought-out Floorplan that is maximized to give you all the room and comfort you need. Open-Concept infused with Contemporary Design, Main Floor boasts spacious living Spaces & Gourmet Kitchen+Prep Kitchen. Above, Master Bedroom finished with Elegance and has access to a deck with South Facing Eye-Pleasing Views + 3 Over-sized Bedrooms. Basement Level has a 2 Bedroom Suite for Mortgage helper + Flex Room with pc Bathroom for further convenience. Located on Burke Mountain with extensive City/Mountain Views, this home is in close proximity to Schools/Parks/Restaurants/Recreation + More. 2-5-10 Warranty for peace of mind, this home has it ALL! (id:1945)

Details and Features for 3399 Derbyshire Avenue, Coquitlam, BC V3E3H2

  • Acreage: false
  • Amenities: Recreation, Shopping
  • Size Total: 5038.5 sqft
  • Fence Total:
  • Size Frontage: 40 ft
  • Type: House
  • Appliances: All, Central Vacuum
  • Cooling Type: Air Conditioned
  • Basement Type: Full (Unknown)
  • Fire Protection: Smoke Detectors
  • Fireplace Total: 1
  • Constructed Date: 2020
  • Basement Features: Unknown
  • Fireplace Present: True
  • Architectural Style: 2 Level
  • Basement Development: Unknown
  • Construction Style Attachment: Detached
  • Features: Central location, Embedded oven

Local Amenities and nearby Places

Name Type Address
Eleanor Ward Bridge The $25 million bridge, with a span of 127 m (417 ft.), opened on August 26, 2006
Percy Perry Stadium Summer Games, as part of the district's 100th anniversary, and has featured events with crowds of over 4,000 spectators
Town Centre Park The park saw the addition of beach volleyball courts in 2005, and a $10 million expansion in 2006-07 which saw the building of two additional synthetic FieldTurf fields, the conversion of two existing fields to FieldTurf, new areas for shot put, javelin, and discus/hammer throw, and new parking lots
Lafarge Lake The area was originally a quarry, but in the 1970s the land was transferred to the city of Coquitlam, and a successful reclamation project ensued
Evergreen Cultural Centre The Centre features a 257-seat black box theatre (with configurable seating from stadium to flat floor), a fully equipped rehearsal hall, four art studios, and a 1,500-square-foot (140 m2) art gallery
Mount Burke Mount Burke is a low hill at the end of Cedar Drive in Coquitlam near Minnekehada Park