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IAN WATT Vancouver Condo 1230 Haro St Vancouver Condo For Sale posted by Ian Watt

Vancouver Condo 1230 Haro St Vancouver Condo For Sale posted by Ian Watt

A TRUE RARE GEM in the Heart of the West End. Fall in love the moment you step into the updated lobby leading to the glass elevator. Spacious, ultra quiet, West facing 660 Sqft 1 Bedrm overlooking Enchanting luscious garden w/Beautiful Pond. Featuring large windows, natural light, cozy gas f/p in the living room & XL covered year round Balcony! Relax to the sound of the water feature in your XL Bedroom. Such a special serene retreat in the Heart of the City. Partially rainscreened building with proactive council: re-piped( 2005), main & sloped roofs (2011), revamp of hallways(2012) & exterior paint,a live-in caretaker for your convenience & security. Steps from shops & restaurants on Robson & Denman St, the Seawall, English Bay & Stanley Park. Open House Sat & Sun, May 20th & 21st 2-4pm.


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