We MacNABed This Renovated Vancouver 1920s Home For Our Buyers
Just picked up in East Vancouver for our lucky buyers who have been on the lookout for a while. After a little bit of hunting and a last minute call telling us to go for it, we were able to use special agent skills to snag this renovated Vancouver 1920s Home. Built in 1927, this home carries the true character and history of the city. Although for a 90 year old house, it looks damn good inside and out. 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms tucked into 1,552 square feet. More information below after a pictures.
The previous owners of this renovated Vancouver 1920s Home definitely put a lot of TLC and effort into it. Refinished dark hardwood floors make for excellent contrast with the white walls, and really open the rooms up. Although an older house, the renovation work has made each room feel very spacious and comfortable. The white theme continues into the kitchen with white appliances, fixtures, and tiles. This is also seen in the bathrooms. White the sunlight spills in through the windows it will light up the place! The natural gas fireplace is the main fixture of the living room. The west facing patio of the renovated Vancouver 1920s home is perfect for a warm summer night, and overlooks a large backyard. Although a shed right now, the land is zoned for a laneway home. Oh yeah, our buyers are going to love this. Can’t wait for the housewarming party.
East Vancouver and Kensington-Cedar College
Back in the early days of the city before the term “Metro Vancouver” was even in the conversation, the “suburbs” of Vancouver were found in the eastern parts of the city. This Renovated Vancouver 1920s home is one such example. Although efforts are being made to increase density all throughout the Metro Region, the Kensington-Cedar College area, there remains many single-family housing options. Inverness Street is located just up from Kingsway, a major thoroughfare. Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood Pub is just steps away. A few blocks down on Fraser Street is Jethro’s Fine Grub, definitely one of Vancouver’s best hold-in-the-wall restaurants. You just have to see the portions that they offer to believe.
Also around in Kensington-Cedar College is Trout Lake Park, which is one of the best dog parks in the city. Main Street and Mount Pleasant are also in close proximity, one of our favourite neighbourhoods in the area. Catch a ball game at Nat Bailey Satdium, and stroll around Queen Elizabeth Park and take the views of the Skyline from the highest point in Vancouver Proper.
If you would like to get your hands on a renovated Vancouver 1920s Home of your own, please let us know.