408 503 W 16th Avenue, Vancouver

408 503 W 16th Avenue Vancouver
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  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Type: Condominium
  • Living area: 1426 sqft
  • Added: 35 days ago
Fabulous, big 3 bedroom plus den & storage in this sought after neighbourhood of Cambie at 16th. You'll love cooking in your spacious chef's kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances nestled into newly updated crisp white cabinetry plus awesome walk-in pantry room for storing all those extras. This suite offers an airy, bright open concept living space with wide plank laminate floors & high ceilings, perfect for a growing family. Extra privacy with this split bedroom floorplan & sizable master bedroom with abundant closet space & ensuite. Indulge in your morning beverage on your private, large terrace with 3 separate walk out entries. One secured parking. Steps to the most popular eateries, amenities, parks, transit routes, Canada Line. Great schools â A great community! (id:1945)

Building Details for 408 503 W 16th Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Type: Apartment
  • Fixture: Drapes/Window coverings
  • Amenities: Exercise Centre, Laundry - In Suite
  • Appliances: All
  • Constructed Date: 1993
  • Fireplace Present: False

Land Details for 408 503 W 16th Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Amenities: Playground, Recreation, Shopping

Additional Details for 408 503 W 16th Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Features: Central location
  • Pool : Indoor pool
  • Municipal Id: 018-248-233
  • Maintenance Fee: 546.44
  • Ammenities Near By: Playground, Recreation, Shopping
  • Maintenance Fee Payment Unit: Monthly
Nearby Places
Name Type Address
Park Theatre (Vancouver) It was acquired by Cineplex Entertainment in 2013 after the Festival chain ceased operations.
BC Cancer Agency To reduce the mortality rate of people with cancer
Vancouver General Hospital VGH is Canada's second largest hospital, after The Ottawa Hospital
King Edward station The station is designed to accommodate the future construction of a transit-connected development over the station entrance.
Olympic Village station The use of the term "Olympic" has been licensed for use by the International Olympic Committee.
G. F. Strong Centre It provides inpatient (overnight stays), outpatient, outreach and clinical support services to clients/patients across British Columbia and the Yukon in four unique programs: Acquired Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Arthritis and Neuromusculoskeletal
Granville, British Columbia The townsite included the earlier settlement of Gastown.
Hillcrest Park Next to Hillcrest Park is the site containing Nat Bailey Stadium, home of the Vancouver Canadians baseball team; the Millennium Sports Centre, home to both the Phoenix Gymnastics Club and the Pacific Indoor Bowls Club; and the Vancouver Racquets Club