Stunning, Elegant, Luxurious!
A405-431 Pacific Street, Vancouver BC V6Z 2P6
Welcome home to your Art Deco inspired home. Completely renovated and meticulously detailed home with luxurious touches and elegant finishes, reminiscent of the bygone era of the 1920's.
This great space was taken down to the bare walls, studs and then some in order to create this masterpiece.
Galley type kitchen was opened up and became part of a fantastic living, dining and entertainment area. The kitchen island and countertop, nick named "the Continent" since it needed to be brought in by a crane due to its size and weight, was constructed form "Dekton" which is an incredibly dense and hard surface, allowing for heavy usage with literally no marking or staining!
All appliances are made by Miele including the side by side fridge/freezer with exterior water and ice dispenser, dish washer, wine fridge, induction stove top with water piped oven for consistently perfect cooking results, and a separate steam oven.
Dining area built-in wall fireplace spans over 100 inches long and offers both heat or no heat options and many different light/flame scenarios to suit any occasion and mood.
Dining table is overshadowed with a fantastic contemporary light fixture tied in with dimmer-switched lighting throughout the room.
The TV room has a motorized arm to swing the TV around to the optimal viewing position. This room surprises the guest with a pointed gold gilt ceiling!
Wainscoting and crown moldings have been run throughout adding distinction and charm. All the interior doors are upgraded to unique new doors topped off with black hardware for an Art Deco look and feel.
Extensive re-positioning of the original hallway and second bedroom closets created a larger bathroom and more functional storage space.
The hallway bathroom is appointed exceptionally with tap-less shower including music and light options. The charcoal tiling offers a hint towards the Art Deco theme with brass inlay that echoes the lines of the iconic Chrysler building in New York.
The spacious master bedroom features an unusually large amount of closet space including built in floor to ceiling shoe cupboards, a doorway out to the back deck, and two large windows that give this room an airy feeling and provide a conduit to the outdoors, bringing freshness and light inside.
The master bedroom overlooks a quiet inside courtyard of exceptional charm and elegance. The ensuite master bathroom has a custom intricate tile floor and a gold footed claw foot tub. This bathroom has a spa like feel reminiscent of the bygone era of the 1920's.
This spectacular home entertains two large patios! First, accessible from the kitchen and bedroom, and the second is seen through the front windows and can be entered onto through the TV room.
The flooring throughout, with the exception of the two tiled bathrooms, is wide-plank oak finished with a slight white washed-ash color.
There are no baseboard heaters in sight since the entire place is fitted with in-floor heating, as well as the highest grade of floorboard soundproofing. A must see! Call today for your private showing.
THE PACIFIC POINT
Pacific Point was built in 1990 with a concrete construction and mixed exterior finishing. This 6-level building has been fully rain screened. The amenities include a bike room, an exercise centre, garden, guest suite, billiard room, library, club house, beautiful courtyard with a fountain and secure underground parking. Located in the heart of Yelatown adjacent to David Lam park, Seawall, some of the amazing restaurants, shopping and entertainment. Local elemengary school is Elsie Roy and secondary school is King George.
Once an industrial centre, Yaletown has developed into one of the city’s trendiest and most thriving communities. Named after the gold rush town of Yale whose residents moved into that part of Vancouver once the Canadian Pacific Railway extended from their home to the city, Yaletown became run down by the late 20th Century. After Expo ’86, however, the potential for development in the area became clear, and it was purchased by a Honk Kong investor. Almost a quarter-century later, one can easily see how that investment has paid off. Hamilton and Mainland Streets have maintained their historical charm, with refurbished heritage buildings – most of which were once warehouses – converted into lofts, offices, restaurants and shops. New properties have grown up around this central area, and Yaletown now consist of apartment buildings housing modern condos with fantastic views and amenities.
While the majority of Yaletown residents are young professionals between 20 and 40, wealthy penthouse dwellers, a small number of families, and a growing number of empty-nesters factor into the mix.
Whoever they are, there are certain traits all Yaletown locals share: they love their gyms, their yoga, their weekends in Whistler, their easy access to the area’s gourmet food and hip nightlife, and their dogs. Little dogs are de rigueur.