This is the ideal homebase in Vancouver.
Sitting just south of False Creek, this townhome has a view of the Vancouver city skyline in all its glory.
Only a 10-minute walk to the Broadway-City Hall Station, 20 minutes out from Granville Island, and sitting two blocks away from both Charleson Park and West Broadway, the Fairview location is nestled perfectly into one of Vancouver’s best neighbourhoods.
You may not be in the very heart of downtown, but a quick SkyTrain ride is all that stands between you and Vancouver’s nightlife… and the crowded bustle of the city, which may be nice to be around but not necessarily nice to live in.
Things are noticeably more relaxed across the creek, while still holding onto that big-city excitement.
The townhome itself offers two (you read that right, two) decks to lounge on while enjoying the views, along with two floors and two bedrooms.
All the best things come in twos, as they say.
An open concept living space makes the kitchen and living room widen right up as soon as you summit the stairs, and double closets in the master bedroom offer even more room to work with.
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Address: 201 – 933 W 8th Avenue, Vancouver
Listing Price: $998,000
Elevator Pitch: A beautifully laid out townhome in one of the best spots the city has to offer. The shores of False Creek are a vibrant, peaceful, exciting place to be – so why not just stay?
Highlight: Two decks means 2x the views, 2x the sunlight, and 2x the awesome.
Potential turn off: It’s just $2,000 short of being able to tell everyone you live in a million dollar home, but we’re sure they’ll all believe you anyway.
- 2 bedroom
- 1 bathroom
- 2 balconies
- 2 floors
- 966 sq. ft.
- View of the Vancouver skyline, False Creek, and the North Shore mountains
- Built in 1988 but recently renovated
- Walking distance to Canada Line, West Broadway, False Creek, and Granville Island