2535 GORDON AVE, Port Coquitlam Home for sale, MLS® R2791994

Central Pt Royal LePage Sussex R2791994

Beds: 4Baths: 4Built in 19741470 sqft

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Beds: 4Baths: 4Built in 19741470 sqft

Welcome to the heart of Port Coquitlam! This beautifully renovated...


MLS®: R2791994 Royal LePage Sussex

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Average Property Tax: 2769.06, Average Square Foot: 1470, Average Days On Market: 92, Average Year Built: 1974.

There are lots of options for people who want to buy Port Coquitlam townhomes near New Westminster and Burnaby. They get a lot more space than if they lived in Greater Vancouver, but there might be even more opportunity in the area. People with active lifestyles who like to do outdoor things can find what they’re looking for here too.

This might include rooms with games, private gardens or kitchens with gourmet ingredients. Developers seem to know what people want and they designed townhouses to have those things.

Townhouses in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, includes a community with a lot of green space. There are lots of parks and places to play in the area including recreational activities.

The community offers many things. There is the beach near Pitt River, where you can go kayaking and find shells in the water. There are also caves that you can explore, as well as a rock climbing area nearby.

There are a lot of hiking and mountain biking trails near here. There is snow for skiing too. Golf courses are another place to go. If you like adventure, there are bear watching tours and skydiving.

There are a lot of lakes and rivers in Townhouses of Port Coquitlam. These can be used for water activities including fishing, whale watching, and boating. Winter enthusiasts can ski and snowboard on Mt. Washington and Mt. Cain in the winter time. There are many winter activities to do like Nordic skiing, ice skating, snowmobiling, and sleigh rides to enjoy! You can easily get to any of these places from your local neighborhood if you are a potential buyer.

This is an area with other good things to do for the prospective buyer. Townhouse listings in Port Coquitlam offer other attractions and activities for the person who wants to live here. In this area, there is strong dedication to the cultural arts and heritage of the native community, as well as many places for people who want to enjoy Native culture like wood carvings, art, and art installations in museums. There are also museums and cultural exhibits that offer work from local artists.

The area offers nice real estate that are good for the environment, including great schools and still is near the coast. The homes often have things like green building materials and practices. They are often in nice places like developments with designed subdivisions.

Townhouse multi-plex and/or duplex design are different from other townhome because they have an open design. These designs can be good for people who don’t like to spend time taking care of the yard and garden because there is a gardener that does it. Many places come with staff who take care of the gardens and manage everything so you don’t have to worry about anything.

The area is a good place to live because it has deep water access, rich resources, and international flavor with eateries and cafes. This makes it a great market for finding a great Port Coquitlam townhouse property.

Townhomes are different than a house/single family unit as they are strata titled. We offer mls® real estate services in this area with courtesy brokerage pickup.

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