Situated in the desirable Point Grey area of Vancouver, this home’s gorgeous architecture reflects former times, while appearing as if it has always been part of the neighbourhood.
The attractive Craftsman-styling features characteristic Tudor accents in the gables and wall shingles. Hardy Island split-granite wraps the front posts as well as being incorporated into the wall-facing within the rear-yard sunken patio.
Inside, our clients wanted all the traditional rooms designed within the main floor footprint, plus the inclusion of a wok-room, mud room and study. Traditional western elements were planned within the design, but with Feng Shui in mind. The spacious open concept achieves a comfortable flow throughout the home, spatially separated by furniture versus walls. A kitchen island replaces the traditional nook, plus integrates seamlessly for convenient food preparation and family gatherings.
Upstairs, you’ll discover an efficient and comfortable four bedroom layout. Each bedroom has its own ensuite, plus there’s a second washer/dryer in the linen-closet. Larger bedrooms were achieved by incorporating scissor-trussed vaulted ceilings and by limiting the hallway space. The basement features a bar area with a custom-designed wine room and a full media room.
The home boasts the latest technology with a high-efficiency boiler, a heat pump cools, low-voltage LED lighting, EnergyStar appliances including a Sub-zero fridge and a Wolfe gas-range. Security and convenience is achieved with the whole home automation.
Our clients love the livability of their new home and enjoy entertaining family and friends.