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Locate your West Coast Country Estate here!

 3 Acres with 205 Feet of Fraser River Frontage

This is last undeveloped premium building site in the historic town of Fort Langley .  Located only 20 Minutes towards Vancouver from Abbotsford International Airport , this premium site slopes gently from the rivers edge up to what could be the most beautiful home site at over 30 feet above the river.

This green field development situation, subdivided in 1916, has not been offered for sale in almost half a century.  Utilities are available at the street.  This is a rare opportunity to obtain an Allard Crescent address between the Derby Reach Regional Park with its miles of riverfront trails and Fort Langley.

With the stunning views of Mt. Baker and the river passing slowly by, this is assuredly one of the finest residential situations the Fraser Valley has to offer!

Located near Derby Reach regional park, adjacent to a golf course and a walking trail to Fort Langley.

This is hobby horse & farm country in a beautiful rural setting; Langley being considered the horse capital of Canada.

The area is abundant with walking trails with views of Golden Ears Provincial Park.

One can fish off the river when the salmon run is on, and  you can have your private boat moorage by your new country estate home.

For information & details; call iB2B@GeorgiaPacific.ca or 604.812.9798



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