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Entire Place·2B2B···UBC Wesbrook Village, Vancouver


UBC Wesbrook Village, Vancouver, British Columbia V6S 0A5

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Property ID: R01568536

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Furnished Pets friendly

In September, the famous UBC developer Polygon built The Residences at Nobel Park, the king of the buildings. The top floor is high, fully furnished and ready for move-in. This high-quality, stylish two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is located in UBC's Wesbrook Village community, where you can enjoy the surrounding green spaces, large sports fields and tree-lined greenways. A community square formed by restaurants, shops and service facilities brings convenience to daily life. This set of furniture comes with a one-month deposit and the house is kept clean and tidy, and pets are not allowed. Rent starts from September 1st, including water and coal. The power grid is not included, but the network is included for CAD 5,100.


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