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Excellent Development Property! Private 9.994 Acres land located at 24th Ave and 161St in Grandview, a prosperous neighborhood with dense commercial units and plenty of community facilities, such as schools, parks, large shopping centers and famous restaurants.  All within walking distance. Easy access to White Rock and  the United States boarder through highway 99 (exit 8A). Among the dense residential area, this property is currently a nursery operated by Japan Bonsai Garden Art who can move out anytime. The adjacent acreage site to its east will be developed into a townhouse complex with over 200 units. A new Super Store is being built at its adjacent lot to its west. All city services are available nearby.  This property is supported by the most updated NCP to rezone to the Multiple Residential Use which allows 30-45 units per acre.  It has the potential to build apartment buildings on this property.  Don't miss this opportunity! 

 

Property Information

Address:16172 24th, Surrey,  BC
Legal:        PL 5524 LT 3 LD 36 SEC 13 TWP 1 Part NW 1/4, Mfg Home Reg. #96732 
P.I.D.:        002-633-795 
Zoning:        One Acre Residential Zone 
Lot Size:         9.994 Acres  (approx. 340 SF X 1295 SF) 
               
Assessment (2012)
Land$31,381
Improvement$319,700
Actual Total$351,081 
Gross Tax (2012):$1870.94  
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