326 Wells Gray Place, New Westminster

326 Wells Gray Place New Westminster
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  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Type: Residential
  • Living area: 2450 sqft
  • Added: 38 days ago
Welcome to the 3 Bed 3 Bath home on a quiet friendly street steps away from parks, schools, shopping, and restaurants. This bright and cozy family home has a functional floor plan with 2 wood-burning fireplaces. Separate-entry full height finished basement with rec room, flex room & laundry. Large well-maintained backyard with a large storage shed that makes your gardening easier and more enjoyable. Easy access to shopping mall, Highway, and public transportation. (id:1945)

Building Details for 326 Wells Gray Place, New Westminster, BC

  • Type: House
  • Amenities: Laundry - In Suite
  • Appliances: Stove
  • Basement : Unknown (Finished)
  • Fireplace Total: 2
  • Constructed Date: 1967
  • Basement Features: Separate entrance
  • Fireplace Present: True
  • Basement Development: Finished
  • Construction Style Attachment: Detached

Land Details for 326 Wells Gray Place, New Westminster, BC

  • Amenities: Recreation, Shopping
  • Size Total: 6277 sqft
  • Size Frontage: 53 ft ,4 in
  • Size Total Text: 6277 sqft

Additional Details for 326 Wells Gray Place, New Westminster, BC

  • Municipal Id: 009-025-006
  • Ammenities Near By: Recreation, Shopping
Nearby Places
Name Type Address
Royal Columbian Hospital RCH is located in the city of New Westminster overlooking the Fraser River and is the only hospital in the Lower Mainland that is immediately adjacent to a Skytrain station (Sapperton).
Brunette River The earliest known European immigrant who settled on the banks of the Brunette River near the present-day North Road in 1860 was William Holmes
Sapperton, New Westminster Located on the slope above the Fraser River and focused on Brunette Avenue and Columbia Street, and northeast of the former British Columbia Penitentiary, the neighbourhood was the location of the barracks and other housing for the Royal Engineers, Columbia Detachment, who were known as "sappers", hence the name.
Lougheed Town Centre By the number of stores, Lougheed Town Centre is the second largest mall in Burnaby (after Metropolis at Metrotown, the largest mall in the province) with 160 stores and services
Maillardville By 1908, a mill town of 20 houses, a store, post office, hospital, office block, barber shop, and pool hall had grown around the mill
Vancouver Golf Club The suburban club was originally considered to be far outside of the major population centre of Vancouver, requiring a trip on the British Columbia Electric Railway and often an overnight stay at the club
1988 du Maurier Classic This event was won by Sally Little.
Burnaby Mountain Secondary School 8800 Eastlake Dr