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  • MLS®: R2685416
  • Type: Condo
  • Building: 8850 University Crescent, Burnaby North
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Square Feet: 897 sqft
  • Full Baths: 2
  • Half Baths: 0
  • Taxes: $1818.88
  • Maintenance: $527.08
  • View: Ocean, mountain, community
  • Storeys: 1 storeys
  • Year Built: 2019

1009 - 8850 University Crescent

$679,900 • Simon Fraser Univer. • Burnaby North

The Peak at SFU, the tallest high rise building on the top of Burnaby Mountain. The unit with two bedrooms, two bathrooms plus one den for an extra study space, spacious living area leads to 107 s.q.f.t. large balcony, which offers awesome views of Northshore Mountains, Burrard Inlet & city. Close to Nesters Market, Starbucks, Tim Hortons, restaurants, childcare, University Highland Elementary School, steps away from bus loop, hiking & biking trails. Beside the inclusive amenities gym, party room, billiard room, lounge, outdoor terrace/garden/BBQ, enjoy the extensive recreational and cultural facilities in SFU campus as well. The strata fee includes hot water, natural gas, heating by Geothermal system. Great choice for investment and family living.

Listed by Royal Pacific Realty Corp..

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