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Townhouse in North Vancouver
The Trails is a nature-based living experience. With picturesque roads crisscrossing the neighborhood and linking to a larger network of North Vancouver trails and walkways, residences in this neighbourhood are nearly completely covered by foliage.
The contemporary craftsman architectural style is characterized by the use of traditional materials that match the neighborhood’s heritage. Weathered brick, substantial lumber, and shingles provide a timeless charm to the structure that will remain as the neighborhood changes. Double-height box windows, terraces, and rooftop decks seamlessly connect the outside and interior, bringing nature into your home.
On the North Shore, Lynnmour, Calverhall, Queensbury and Boulevard are among the most exclusive and desirable neighborhoods. The three Lonsdale districts—Lower, Central, and Upper Lonsdale—are also among the most desirable. The Lonsdale communities in North Vancouver, British Columbia, provide a wide range of amenities, including convenient access to downtown, luxurious and affordable residences, and world-class skiing, snowboarding, and hiking only a short distance away.
Highway 1 runs through the Lonsdale district of North Vancouver, making it easy for residents to go to downtown Vancouver, Squamish, and Burnaby. A significant arterial highway, Keith Road, connects with Main Street. All Lonsdale neighborhoods are served by Translink buses, which connect to Lonsdale Quay and SeaBus service to downtown Vancouver.
Andre-Piolat School in Upper Lonsdale, Vancouver, provides a full range of grades from kindergarten through 12th grade, all of which have an International Baccalaureate curriculum. Capilano University is located in the Lynnmour neighborhood and has more than 12,000 students from throughout the world.
Only a 5-minute walk away lies the Brewery District. The Pier offers breathtaking views of the North Shore and the Vancouver cityscape, as well as the opportunity to see shipbuilding and tugboat operations. The Shipyards Night Market takes place on Fridays from May through October and contains food trucks, a beer garden, market sellers, and live entertainment. Lonsdale Quay is filled with businesses and services, as well as fresh cuisine, restaurants, a brewery, and a hotel. From here, take the SeaBus into downtown Vancouver for a fast 12-minute journey.
The use of an apron-front sink and a herringbone stone backsplash are just a few of the design components that provide the appearance of a contemporary kitchen design. The iconic in-suite bath has a freestanding tub as well as a frameless glass shower, providing the ultimate in spa luxury. In a spacious bathroom, every available square inch is used to the greatest extent possible, including clever storage options. Your house is precisely as you want it to be, whether you’re resting or hosting guests for a party.
West Coast influences are easily discernible in open, contemporary houses that have been meticulously designed to accommodate families of all sizes and configurations. Make your color choice either a subtle gray or a conventional wood tone for a timeless appearance. A touch faucet for convenience of use and a pantry for additional storage space are also featured in this well-rounded design. Everything from the textures to the colors to the details has been carefully picked for a specific reason.
Founded in 1969 as “Wall & Redekop Corp.”, and listed since 1973 on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: WFC), Wall Financial Corporation is a publicly traded real-estate investment and development company. Wall’s early property deals, in the 1960s, were made in the suburbs of South Vancouver. In the late 1980s, when the company acquired its first major downtown site, Wall became the corporation’s majority owner with a 56% stake. By January 2008, its annual revenue was $199.5 million, with a net income of $24.5 million. At that time, the company was listed as owning and managing “980 rental residential units and 865 hotel rooms”. The company has been described as a barometer of Vancouver’s real-estate market; but Wall and his firm have also been accused of driving up land values themselves.