Immaculate condo at the Sierras available. This building is a 41 plus community. Residents of the condo have access to the entire facility ( swimming pool, hot tub, fitness room, crafts room, woodworking shop, theatre). Residents may also book the guest rooms for when family comes and visits.
This unit comes with fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer, air conditioning, and two parking stalls.
For more information or to book a showing please contact Teresa with Hometime
Room used for groups (Kitchen, Living Room, Family Room)
Bedrooms and Dens
Space used by many but not for living (Hallway, Stairs, entry, storage)
Security Deposit: $1,750
Initial Term: 12 months
Parking: Garage Parking Stall
Pets Not Allowed
Property and Surrounding Area
2020 32 Street
2020 32 Street
Sierras of Courtyard Terrace Condo
Redwood borders 43 St S and 24 Ave S (Highway 4) to Mayor Magrath Dr and is home to one of Lethbridge's four manufactured home parks. The Redwood area consists of a mix of multi-family and single-family housing. The majority of houses were built in the 1970s and 1980s. Redwood has a number of parks, the largest of which is Redwood Park at the centre of the neighbourhood. Commercial developments offering restaurants, gas and convenience stores, grocery, and retail stores can be found on both the southern and western borders of Redwood.
South Side Attractions
South Lethbridge is the heart of our city, with more shopping and amenities than any other side of the city. Home to our hospital, college, Enmax center, city hall, indoor shopping malls and a huge collection of big box stores; this side of town is perfect for young and old alike.
Situated in the South West corner of Alberta with a beautiful coulee and river bottom separating the city in half. Connecting the two parts of the city is the iconic High Level Bridge. This super-sunny city has a massive urban parks system thanks to a ravine created by the local river. Warm Chinook winds keep winter temperatures on the mild side.
High Level Bridge
The Lethbridge Viaduct, commonly known as the High Level Bridge, was constructed between 1907–1909 at Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada at a cost of $1,334,525.