A Look Inside: The private rooftop on this Kitsilano penthouse is unbelievable
If you were to imagine a place to live your best Vancouver life, this Kitsilano penthouse would undoubtably fit into that vision.
Located a walk from the always stunning Kitsilano Beach, one block down from some of Vancouver’s best restaurants on W 4th Avenue, and within easy reach of downtown’s thriving night life (yet still far enough away to avoid, if you’re just not really feeling it), the location alone is a serious draw…. but not nearly the highlight.
No, that top spot is reserved for the 2,112 sq. ft. private rooftop patio that commands a breathtaking view of everything that makes Vancouver the beautiful city it is.
With the North Shore Mountains standing tall beyond Vancouver’s shining high-rises, the only time you’ll ever want to tear your eyes away from such a view is when the sun starts to set over the Pacific Ocean – of which you’ve got you’re own front-row seat.
Indoors, the penthouse suite boasts 1,994 sq. ft. of never-before-lived-in space, including a Caesarstone chef’s kitchen, a huge master bedroom, and, wouldn’t you know it, another patio.
Words honestly can’t do this place the justice it deserves, so we’ve thrown in a few photos to give you a better look inside this Kitsilano gem.
Address: 502 1819 W 5th Avenue, Vancouver
Listing Price: $3,888,000
Listing agent: Jeff Appelbe / Oakwyn Realty Ltd.
Elevator Pitch: With the perfect location, aesthetically-pleasing architecture, and its very own – and seriously huge – patio, the allure of this penthouse speaks for itself.
Highlight: Let us say it just one more time. Private. Rooftop. Patio. Just think of the summer parties.
Potential turn off: You might not be up on the roof too often in the winter, but it would probably be a hilarious place for snowballs.
- 3 bedrooms, 3 bath
- 1,994 sq. ft.
- 2,112 sq. ft. private rooftop patio
- View of English Bay, North Shore mountains, and Vancouver skyline
- Built in 2017
- Walking distance to Kits Beach
- 3 parking spaces
Open House: 1 to 4 pm on Sunday, February 11, 2018