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Point Grey Conversion

One goal of the City of Vancouver is to preserve the historical character of its older neighborhoods. Areas such as Shaughnessy, Kitsilano and Point Grey contain numerous large character homes, many of which are no longer optimal for the needs of today’s residents. To this end, it is allowable to increase the density on a lot from a single-family dwelling to two units provided that certain requirements are met. The Point Grey project is an example of our ability to transform a residence, while maintaining historical architectural features required by the City.

Designed for Ronse Massey Developments, the Point Grey residence achieves efficient space utilization within a contemporary interior, while complimenting the original period exterior. Both units feature an open plan main living area with nine foot ceilings and ample natural lighting. In addition, each master suite is located on the upper level with an ensuite, sleeping porch and view of English Bay. The lower levels contain additional bedrooms and sunken terraces with gardens.

Ultimately, the Point Grey residence provides a luxurious urban lifestyle with a blend of traditional charm and contemporary amenities.