|Address||211 – 271 Francis Way, New Westminster BC|
|Floor Area||961 sqft|
|Additionals||1 Car Garage; Underground|
You won’t want to miss this amazing unit located in the Parkside building, part of the amazing community of Victoria Hill developed by Onni. This cozy 2 Bed+2 Bath+Flex unit is located in a very quiet building. Being a former showroom means it also has all the bells and whistles such as, a gourmet kitchen with KitchenAid appliances, spa like ensuite with heated floors, King sized master bedroom, and a good sized second bedroom with direct access to the balcony. Amenities incl: Outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, professionally equipped gym, yoga room, BBQ area, party room, media room, meeting room, two guest suites, large visitor parking, and concierge. Rentals and pets are allowed.
Open House Saturday, August 22nd, 12pm-2pm
Right Out Your Front Door
The River Market is over 70,000 square feet of shopping, eating and playing and since 1892, there’s been a market right by the waterfront. A relaxing way to spend an afternoon, the modern-day River Market has local, organic and specialities food that you can check out and purchase. Or, if you’re feeling like dining in, there’s a number of great food stalls like Freebird Chicken Shack, Re-UP BBQ and Longtail Thai Kitchen.
Antique Alley is known for, well, antiques that are a favourite haunt for those in the film and TV industry. With unique antiques for purchase or rent, this row of boutique shops right by the Fraser River has high traffic from those looking for just the right decorative element. Its location is also a prime shooting spot withThe X-Files, Supernatural and Smallville for industrial scenes.
The first public park created in BC, Queen’s Park was established back in in 1887 and at over 75 acres, it’s the park to check out in New West. With two playgrounds, a spray park, sports field, an off-leash dog area and a petting zoo, this park has lots to offer for group activities and for joggers wanting a scenic route. Queen’s Park has amazing old growth trees and a rose garden to meander through.
The Westminster Pier Park is also known for its collection of love locks that you can also contribute to with a loved one. Love locks is a romantic tradition where couples write their names on a padlock that they lock to a fence at the park in a sign of eternal love. These symbolic tokens originate from the city of love, Paris, decades ago, and have since spread around the world including right here.
Speaking of the Fraser River, the Fraser River Discovery Centre is a big and beautiful building built entirely dedicated to the Mighty Fraser. Right by the pier with admission by donation, the Fraser River Discovery Centre looks at the river from different perspectives to create unique exhibitions, whether from a historical, environmental or cultural perspective.
Call Diana today for a viewing at (604) 789-8202 or send me an email: