108 165 Kimta Rd, Victoria

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* Type: Fixed, Term: 5 years, Amortization: 25 years
108 165 Kimta Rd, Victoria
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108 165 Kimta Rd - This spacious Songhees waterfront suite offers 2 bedrooms/2 bathrooms & approx. 1500 sq. ft. A beautiful S/W facing corner unit with views across the gardens to the harbour, and a well laid out floor plan w/ great separation of the bedrooms. Features include gorgeous yellow birch hardwood floors throughout plus heated tile floors in both bathrooms; double-sided gas fireplace between L/R and eating nook; granite countertops in the kitchen and marble in the bathrooms; a good sized balcony & more. Welcome to The Legacy, an owner occupied building on Victorias stunning Inner harbour. Building amenities include a well-equipped exercise room, library/meeting room, workshop, bike storage, car washing & EV charging. Walk to downtown from this desirable location to enjoy all amenities the city core has to offer, luxuriate at the spa steps away, dine out at the local restaurants at your doorstep. Enjoy the lifestyle & experience all the benefits of Inner Harbour living. (id:1945)

Details and Features for 108 165 Kimta Rd, Victoria, BC V9A7P1

  • Acreage: false
  • Size Total: 1532 sqft
  • Type: Apartment
  • Fireplace Total: 1
  • Constructed Date: 2000
  • Fireplace Present: True

Local Amenities and nearby Places

Name Type Address
Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Roundhouse The roundhouse is surrounded by railway shops and outbuildings; virtually unchanged since its construction, it is representative of the steam railway era in Canada.
AbeBooks On August 1st, 2008, Amazon acquired AbeBooks
Galloping Goose Regional Trail The trail is a popular route both for commuting and recreation, including within the urban areas of central Victoria, which it penetrates in part
Johnson Street Bridge It is commonly referred to as the "Blue Bridge" because of its distinctive blue colour
Point Ellice Bridge disaster 55 men, women, and children were killed in the accident, making this one of the worst disasters in British Columbia history and the worst accident in Canadian transit history
Victoria railway station (British Columbia) The station was the southern terminus for VIA Rail's Victoria–Courtenay train dayliner service, which has been indefinitely suspended since 2011.