Low-Rise Condo and Townhouse in Vancouver
Carven is a small community of 46 residences situated next Canada’s longest linear park, the Arbutus Greenway. At Carven, homeowners will enjoy protected park vistas and a two-minute walk to Kerrisdale, one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Vancouver. A real village setting with a unique assortment of one-of-a-kind businesses, restaurants, and community services to meet daily requirements.
Families seeking the greatest education for their children need look no further. Carven provides unparalleled access to famous private and public schools on the Westside, including UBC, Langara, St. George’s, Crofton, and York House. The neighborhood’s educational options are complemented by high-quality childcare, tutoring, and primary schools. Developed by Kenstone Properties, an award-winning boutique developer with over 20 years of expertise creating one-of-a-kind luxury homes with an emphasis on long-term value.
The project is situated in one of Vancouver’s most coveted neighborhoods, West Side. Residents are surrounded by superb facilities due to their proximity to downtown Vancouver. A multitude of facilities make life simpler and more fun, including recreation centres, magnificent shopping malls, public transit, and a multitude of others.
In this highly walkable region, you may do the majority of your errands on foot. Due to the availability of effective public transportation, it is feasible to go about without a vehicle or motorbike.
It takes around 7-8 minutes to walk to Yaletown-Roundhouse Station, which is just a short distance away. Howe Street, Seymour Street, and Highway 99 are readily accessible by automobile in the vicinity.
The neighborhood is served by a variety of notable educational institutions. Students and parents are able to attend a selection of famous schools and institutions in the neighborhood using their own vehicles or public transit.
University Canada West is simply a short walk away. Two further neighboring universities are Fairleigh Dickinson University Vancouver Campus and New York Institute of Technology – Vancouver Campus.
Numerous engaging activities are available to the neighborhood’s inhabitants. The neighborhood is next to False Creek, English Bar, and a number of expansive open areas with a variety of recreational opportunities.
David Lam Park, George Wainborn Park, and Coopers’ Park are three of the most attractive parks in the neighborhood. Other possibilities include the Vancouver Aquatic Centre and Sunset Beach Park.
In addition to improving your health and well-being, living near green space is a wise long-term investment. When the abandoned railroad trestle was turned into a 2.3-kilometer-long park along New York City’s High Line, property prices doubled. The Arbutus Greenway almost quadruples the area of the High Line and links all of Vancouver, making it the city’s longest linear park and the safest and most attractive route to traverse the city from water to water.
Kerrisdale is Vancouver’s most appealing neighborhood due to its park-like lanes, human-scaled buildings, and agreeable density. At Carven, you will enjoy tranquility and yet have much to do in the center of the neighborhood, with just the established stores and restaurants of Kerrisdale Village.