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Harrison Highlands, Kent BC

Listing status
From CAD
Single Family Home
- Units
4 - 5 Bedrooms
From 3000 SqFt
$393 per SqFt


Harrison Highlands is a new single family home community By Atsma Construction currently under construction at Woodside Boulevard, Kent. Available units range in price from $1,179,000 to $1,179,000. Harrison Highlands unit sizes start at 3000 square feet.
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Harrison Highlands details

Building Type:Single Family Home
Selling Status:Selling
Construction Status:Construction
Builder(s): By Atsma Construction
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Harrison Highlands marketing summary

Harrison Highlands Kent District, New Homes For Sale!!

We are excited to announce that 3 of our New Homes have already sold, and more have been listed for sale!!

Don't Miss Out on this Amazing property in the Harrison Highlands Kent District, with Outstanding Views in a Serene location.

Source: Atsma Construction
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Last update: Apr 19, 2024
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