Blueridge, North Vancouver
Blueridge is a fine family neighbourhood with all the benefits of a convenient East of Seymour location with family sized lots and homes, neighbourly cul-de-sacs, and many flat or gently sloping streets great for neighbourly interaction. Just minutes from Vancouver and Burnaby via the Iron Workers Memorial Bridge this forested community seems miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Offering easy access for schooling with Blueridge Elementary and Windsor Secondary a short walk from most homes, and Capilano University close by.
Great recreation, with Ron Andrews Community Centre, Ice Sports North Shore, Mount Seymour (with skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing/tobogganing, and hiking), 2 golf courses, and Deep Cove for water activities all just minutes away.
Things to See and Do:
Maplewood Farm - see Seymour
Mount Seymour - see Northlands
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- Address: 2650 Bronte Drive
- Phone: 604-903-3250
- Fax: 604-903-3251
- Grade 7 Enrollment: None
- Fraser Institute Report Card: View Online
- School Website: Visit Website
Blueridge Elementary School
Disclaimer: Catchments and school information compiled from the School District and the Fraser Institute. School catchments, although deemed to be accurate, are not guaranteed and should be verified.
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Listing information last updated on February 23, 2018 at 04:20 PM.
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