3467 Victoria Drive, Coquitlam

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3467 Victoria Drive, Coquitlam
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3467 Victoria Drive - Welcome to your dream home. This well-appointed house is perfect to raise your family in as no detail was spared. The thoughtfully laid-out open concept floorplan boasting 10' ceilings on the main effortlessly brings in the natural light. An entertainer's dream, the impressive chef's kitchen with over-sized island doubles as a breakfast bar for four, in case the two dining areas aren't enough space. If having a separate media room wasn't enough, the built-in entertainment space with audio in the family room has a place for all your consoles without limiting your TV size. Want an office or playroom? With two large dens, there's a room for that. End each day in your spa-like en-suite in your 2-person jetted soaker tub or double rain shower. https://youtu.be/Ow-F9dZ-s2 OPEN HOUSE March 15 2-4 (id:1945)

Details and Features for 3467 Victoria Drive, Coquitlam, BC V3B3H6

  • Acreage: false
  • Size Total: 3704 sqft
  • Fence Total:
  • Size Frontage: 33 ft
  • Type: House
  • Basement Type: Unknown (Finished)
  • Fireplace Total: 1
  • Constructed Date: 2014
  • Basement Features: Unknown
  • Fireplace Present: True
  • Architectural Style: 2 Level
  • Basement Development: Finished
  • Construction Style Attachment: Detached

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
Terry Fox Theatre Although attached to Terry Fox Secondary School, the theatre is operated as a stand-alone facility by the Port Coquitlam Theatre Society, a registered federal charity governed by a volunteer board of directors.
Percy Perry Stadium Summer Games, as part of the district's 100th anniversary, and has featured events with crowds of over 4,000 spectators
Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School It is under charge of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver and is the newest Roman Catholic high school in the Lower Mainland with just under 600 registered students for the fall semester of September 2013.
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