Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver 604 170 W 1ST STREET

About This Home

Tell them you own at One Park Lane. A CONCRETE investment amongst the finest of Lower Lonsdale. One bedroom & den/flex area with a bright, southern exposure. Enjoy floor to ceiling windows, granite counters, gas cooktop, gas F/P, and in suite laundry. The building amenities include a gym, media room, lounge and there’s a super helpful concierge. OPL is a quality, Georgie award winning building in a prime Lower Lonsdale location. You’re literally minutes to Seabus, Quay, Shipyards, Breweries, Spirit Trail and all of this thriving neighbourhood's amenities. Situated in Lolo's sweet spot right next to Jack Loucks Park. Rentals OK w/ 1 yr min lease. Pets OK with some limits. Proactive strata w/ healthy reserve = peace of mind. Call your realtor quick! Won't last.

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Price
$689,300
Year Built
2005
Bedrooms
1
Bathrooms
1
Floor Area (finished)
678
Strata Fees
$379.87

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Price Per Square Foot
This Listing $1,016
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Property Taxes
Gross Tax: $1,950.38
For Tax Year: 2021
Sales History
Feb. 3, 2005 $206,900