Now this is the way to live.
You’ll be waking up to beautiful blue skies and ending the day off in golden sunsets at this Coal Harbour condo.
Between the detailed, custom-designed interior and the stunning, naturally designed outdoors, your guests will have a hard time deciding what to fawn over when they come to visit.
Rich hardwood flooring, a stunning waterfall feature, and a chef’s dream kitchen with premium stainless steel appliances by Miele and Sub-Zero are only a few of the highlights inside, and that’s not even getting started on what the building has to offer. You’ll essentially be living that resort-life every day with access to the outdoor pool, spa, fitness centre, and theatre room.
But, of course, the major draw has to be that view. In no other city in the world can you get a view like Vancouver’s, and in no other condo in this city can you get a view quite like this one.
A panoramic view spanning from Stanley Park to North Vancouver means you’ll be saving money on cable because you won’t want to be looking anywhere else.
Huge glass windows allow all that warm sunlight in, and an extensive patio is perfect for enjoying that fresh ocean breeze.
It’s all the beauty that this city has to offer – condensed into 2,320 square feet.
Address: 3406-1011 W Cordova Street, Vancouver
Neighbourhood: Coal Harbour
Listing Price: $5,990,000
Elevator Pitch: The perfect mixture of class and style, this Coal Harbour condo is as breathtaking in its interior beauty as its gorgeous views. If you’re going to live in Vancouver, you might as well enjoy all that the West Coast has to offer.
Highlight: The view is next to none. They call it “Beautiful British Columbia,” but the golden sunsets, clear blue skies, and dark green mountains that sit right outside those windows are so indescribable that a motto won’t even scratch the surface in doing it justice.
Potential turn off: Not for those afraid of heights.
- 2 bedrooms, 1 den, 1 office
- 3 bathrooms
- 2,320 sq. ft.
- 24-hour concierge
- View of Stanley Park, Burrard Inlet, and the North Shore mountains
- Built in 2010