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Merritt Locks - Phase 2, St. Catharines ON

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Developer sold out
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Community by PBG Homes

17 Units, 2 Stories
3 Bedrooms
Completed 2021


Merritt Locks - Phase 2 is a new townhouse community By PBG Homes at 275 Fourth Avenue, St. Catharines. The community was completed in 2021. Merritt Locks - Phase 2 has a total of 17 units.
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Merritt Locks - Phase 2 details

Building Type:Townhouse
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Construction Started:Fall/Winter 2020
Completed In:2021
Builder(s): By PBG Homes
Ceilings:From 9'0"
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Merritt Locks - Phase 2 marketing summary

Featuring Phase 2 of Merritt Locks. 17 vacant land townhouses located in St. Catharines. Fully landscaped site, grass cutting and snow removal included. Centrally located to all amenities including Highway 406, QEW, bus transportation, shopping and both Niagara College and Brock University. Contact us today for more information and availability.
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Last update: Dec 02, 2021
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