Kitsilano or just ‘Kits’, is known for its relaxed atmosphere, boutique shops and one of the top ten city beaches in the world, it is no surprise that this trendy, vibrant and energetic neighbourhood is home to some of Vancouver’s most luxury homes.
In our latest blog post, we take a sneak peek at the Top 5 Luxury Kitsilano Houses For Sale this July.
Located in the prestigious Point Grey neighbourhood, this premier waterfront home was design by renowned architect Arthur Erickson. Driving through two security doors, the new owners will approach their 2 level Tuscan-style courtyard. Once inside, the 16ft ceilings in the foyer, the private waterfront deck and elegant kitchen are sure to impress. The owners sure won’t tire of the stunning city, ocean and mountains views this four bed property has to offer. See more here:
Currently one of the most expensive homes for sale in Vancouver, this is a seriously impressive property. This 5 bedroom home on the “Golden Mile” of Point Grey Road was custom built for the current owners. Boasting 5,400 square feet including a 600 square foot roof deck, this home was built with entertaining, hosting and enjoying the sunset views in mind. See more here.
This award winning home was designed by one of Canada’s best architects, David Nicolay of Evoke. Located on the Golden Mile this is a truly spectacular house. With an LED reflection swimming pool, Infinity Edge Jacuzzi, enough smart home tech to make James Bond look outdated, and a huge 360 degree rooftop deck – you’ll be sure to spend many afternoons enjoying this house! See more here.
4) 3616 W 1st Avenue – $3,498,000
This picturesque Craftsman home is charming, quaint and only steps away from Jericho Beach. Push open the wrought iron gate, walk through your meticulously landscaped gardens as you approach your new Kits home. Coffee on the sunny South facing deck before a walk on the beach anyone? See more here.
5) 2883 Point Grey Road – $22,988,000
A magnificent Golden Mile waterfront property with hard to beat views of the ocean, mountains, Stanley Park and downtown Vancouver. Designed by leading architect Paul Grant, this 3381 sq.ft property is home to Paul Sangha’s 200ft long steel sculpture – designed and situated to provide a solution to foreshore erosion. See more here.