wonderful newly-built modern house is on the market for the first time.
built in : 2011 by linden construction [listed in 2014 for 2.89mil]
modern masterpiece designed by award winning david nicolay of evoke design. this is not your typical “cookie cutter” home. incredible attention to detail throughout. main floor features an open concept living with floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors opening onto a private yard. an incredible flow of indoor to outdoor living rarely found in any home. 3 spacious bedrooms up including a gorgeous master bedroom / ensuite retreat. 3rd level features a loft space (with oversized skylight) & roof deck. there’s a great studio space in the garage perfect for anyone working from home. other features include radiant in-floor heating, a “smart-home” system, & floating stairs that are built into the 3 story concrete wall that the house was built around. this is a home not to be missed by the discriminating buyer who appreciates the finer things in life. live the simple life and enjoy all that point grey has to offer.
make sure to check out the open house. this one is something to see in person.
a tv room / den is located off the entry and separate from rest of living space on ground floor.
the floating stairs keep the space feeling open and modern. polished concrete wall used to anchor the space. there is tons of finely built-in millwork thought out the house including at the dining area and under the stairs. full wall of glass opens out to the backyard. view of the house from the backyard shows the large amount of glazing to bring in soft northern natural light.
the main bedroom has an integrated ensuite and full height wood wardrobes built-in. the view of the ensuite from the bed. large walk-in shower is partitioned off by a glass wall. the third floor has an open family room with a linear skylight over the stairs. the concrete wall is continuous all the way along the stairs up to the skylights.
a nice deck with glass railing completes this floor and is a nice way to cap off the top of the house.
PS. this is my 200th post. wow! modernism is getting some nice traction in vancouver. let’s keep that momentum going.