622 7133 14th Avenue, Burnaby

622 7133 14th Avenue Burnaby
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  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Type: Condominium
  • Living area: 809 sqft
  • Added: 12 days ago
Cedar Creek, proudly developed by Ledingham Mcallister, is centrally located in the edmonds neighborhood of south burnaby. This approx. 809 sqft 2 bed, top floor home features an expansive open-concept kitchen, dining and living room. Homes include a full s/s appliance package, front loading washer/dryer, blinds, expansive windows, and a spacious balcony. Pet friendly, with restrictions. Skytrain is an 8 minute walk away. (id:1945)

Building Details for 622 7133 14th Avenue, Burnaby, BC

  • Type: Apartment
  • Fixture: Drapes/Window coverings
  • Amenities: Exercise Centre, Guest Suite, Laundry - In Suite
  • Appliances: All
  • Fire Protection: Sprinkler System-Fire
  • Constructed Date: 2021
  • Fireplace Present: False

Land Details for 622 7133 14th Avenue, Burnaby, BC

  • Amenities: Playground
  • Landscape Features: Garden Area

Additional Details for 622 7133 14th Avenue, Burnaby, BC

  • Features: Central location, Elevator
  • Municipal Id: 800-139-778
  • Maintenance Fee: 254.95
  • Ammenities Near By: Playground
  • Maintenance Fee Payment Unit: Monthly
Nearby Places
Name Type Address
Byrne Creek Secondary School 10 Ave
22nd Street station (TransLink) The station opened in 1985 as part of the original Expo Line, and is currently serving both Expo Line and Millennium Line trains.
Queensborough Bridge It was built in 1960 by the City of New Westminster, costing $4 million
Burnaby South Secondary School It is one of the eight high schools within School District 41 Burnaby
John Knox Christian School School 8260 13th Ave
Royal Oak station (TransLink) The station itself is in southern Burnaby
New Westminster It was founded by Major-General Richard Moody as the capital of the new-born Colony of British Columbia in 1858, and continued in that role until the Mainland and Island Colonies were merged in 1866, and was the Mainland's largest city from that year until it was passed in population by Vancouver during the first decade of the 20th Century
Burnaby Village Museum Museum 6501 Deer Lake Ave
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