Uptown NW, New Westminster 26 220 TENTH STREET

About This Home

Welcome to the Quality Built Cobblestone Walk - by Bosa! Perfectly placed in Uptown, NW., walk to school, parks & 5 mins walk to transit. Enjoy the New West shops, restaurants, The Quay & movie theatre. This townhome feels like a house, with large rooms & living spaces for family & friends to enjoy. Great complex, 2 bdrms + den, 2.5 bathrms, well appointed living, kitchen & dining room this home has space for everyone including 2 dogs or 2 cats (pets are family too!) Relax on your oversized covered deck for an extension of living space rain/shine! Don't miss this great opportunity to own this sunny corner unit! This classically designed home will stand the test of time both aesthetically & physically, strata living at its best!

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Price
$680,000
Year Built
1999
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
3
Floor Area (finished)
1449
Strata Fees
$501.23

Neighbourhood
Amenities
  • Libraries
  • Parks
  • Restaurants
  • Schools
  • Shopping Malls
Market Analytics
Price Per Square Foot
This Listing $469
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Tax & Sales History
Property Taxes
Gross Tax: $3,228.79
For Tax Year: 2020
Sales History
April 25, 2012 $393,000
Sept. 29, 2006 $325,000
Jan. 29, 2003 $189,000