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Price Points: An Easter House

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The perfect home for Easter: magnolias in the front yard, daffodils on the boulevard, arcs of eggs strung over the stairs, and probably a ham cooking in the oven.

And where might this cosy abode be found?


Less than half a kilometre from Burrard and Robson, one of the city’s busiest intersections.  At 1063-69 Barclay Street, a half-block from the YMCA, it’s tucked into the eclectic landscape of the West End, maintaining the architectural diversity of a neighbourhood which still contains every residential style this city has seen since 1890.



But despite its look, it’s one of the newest.  This house is actually four strata-title units, built in 2003, as you can see from the map here.

There’s no such thing as a Missing Middle in the West End.  We have it all.