Amazing Kitsilano Custom House SOLD by Shawn Brown!

Shawn Brown of the West Haven Group recently sold this fabulous Kitsilano custom detached home that was for sale to long term clients! This residence offers a huge open main floor plan with 10' over-height ceilings, large living room with custom fireplace mantle and window casings. Great dining area that leads to an eclipse-style door system to rear yard. The kitchen is a chef’s dream with Thermador and Viking appliances plus fully equipped wok kitchen for the caterers. Upstairs features over-height ceilings as well, three spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an open office area. The master bedroom has lovely views and a gorgeous ensuite (steam shower/Jacuzzi tub). Downstairs is over-height ceilings yet again, theatre room, two bedrooms & two bathrooms, kitchen area with separate entrance - perfect for a revenue generating suite. Low maintenance yard, hot tub, firepit, bbq and storage. "Formula 1"-style garage, wired for two Tesla charging stations. A truly special Kitsilano detached home.

Shawn’s buyers are upsizing and already live (and love) in the area. Kitsilano is known for having some of the city’s best dining. Zomato notes the following 15 restaurants as the best restaurants in Kitsilano:

  1. Thomas Haas

  2. Suika

  3. Fable Kitchen

  4. Cafe Salade de Fruits

  5. The Oakwood Canadian Bistro

  6. Rain or Shine Ice Cream

  7. AnnaLena

  8. Raisu

  9. West Restaurant + Bar

  10. Rajio Public House

  11. East is East

  12. Hitoe Sushi

  13. Linh Cafe - French Cooking

  14. Go Fish Ocean Emporium

  15. The Sandbar Seafood Restaurant

For June 2019, the ‘Listings-to-Sales Ratio’ for Kitsilano detached houses was 24%, with 38 homes on the market and 9 having been absorbed during the month. This would actually be considered ‘Seller’s Market’ conditions. For condos and townhomes, the Listings-to-Sales Ratio in June for Kitsilano was 21% with 119 homes on the market and 25 of them having been purchased. This would also be considered a Seller’ Market, but just barely, given that 20% is the cut-off between what is considered in Vancouver to be a ‘Balanced Market’ versus a ‘Seller’s Market’.