A Look Inside: Live the good life in this New West high rise (PHOTOS)
New West isn’t actually all that new, but this condo sure is.
At only two years old, the stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops in this place are still sparkling, almost as brightly as the lights of the city – which the balcony has a front-row view of.
Located a mere block from the New Westminster SkyTrain Station, you’re only a skip and a hop away from all that the complex has to offer.
Check out a movie at the theatre, grab a drink at the bar, or dine out at The Old Spaghetti Factory; it’s all right outside your front door.
Or just decide to just hang out at home, enjoying the spacious 10 foot tall ceilings of the condo, or working out at the gym located inside the building proper.
Whatever you choose to do, it’s right there at your disposal – all for a cool $499,000.
Address: 701 – 668 Columbia Street, New Westminster
Neighbourhood: Downtown New Westminster
Listing Price: $499,000
Listing agent: Sheliza Vellani & Reggie Tanzola PREC / Rennie & Associates Realty
Elevator Pitch: An elevator is just what you’ll need to make it all the way up to the seventh floor apartment, where you’ll have a commanding view of New Westminster in all its beauty. Take it all in from a 173 sq. ft. balcony and feel on top of the world.
Highlight: Location, location, location. Nestled right in the heart of Downtown New West, this condo sits mere blocks away from all the best that the vibrant young city has to offer. Feel like something a little different? The SkyTrain is less than five minutes away.
Potential turn off: It’s not the largest pad, but the additional balcony space means some extra room for entertaining in the warmer months.
- One bedroom
- One bathroom
- 600 sq. ft.
- 173 sq. ft. balcony accessible from living room and bedroom
- View of river and city
- Built in 2015
- One block away from New Westminster Skytrain Station
Open house is running on Saturday, November 25 from 2 to 4 pm and on Sunday, November 26 from noon to 2 pm.
Them aesthetics tho
The water and the city, all from your balcony
No more rec centres!
Oh hey there, New West
Who needs four walls when you’ve got one huge window?
A nice sight to come home to