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Highest- and Lowest-Priced Listed Homes in… Fairview

In our latest installment covering the highest- and lowest- priced homes in Vancouver neighbourhoods, we take a closer look at the lovely Fairview

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REW.ca
June 7, 2016






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The popular Vancouver neighbourhood Fairview – or Fairview Slopes as it’s commonly called – is a desirable and centrally located West Side community. Bordered by West 6th Avenue, Cambie, West 16th and Burrard, the area is rich in mountain and city views, with False Creek and Granville Island a short walk away. Dense with condos and townhouses, the area has long been an oasis of rooftop decks and apartment living.

At the low end of the current Fairview listings on REW.ca is a sweet 400-square-foot studio apartment, listed for under $300,000. At the other end of the spectrum is a rare, spectacular, contemporary detached house in the area – on offer for almost $14 million, or $2,766 per square foot.

Click through the links below to see the full listings and photo galleries of each home.

As these properties are sold, the online listings may no longer be available.

Condominiums

Highest: W 14th Avenue

$2,998,000

Three-bedroom, three-bathroom condominium

2,409 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,244

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Everything in threes for this large, luxurious condo in a boutique building that hosts only one unit per floor. Three spacious bedrooms, three bathrooms, three outdoor balconies and three parking stalls for your fleet. All this plus a sizable kitchen with granite counters and high-end appliances, water and city views, and private secure elevator access.

Lowest: W 13th Avenue

$285,000

Studio and one-bathroom condominium

416 square feet

Cost per square foot: $685

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This adorable studio condo is located in the heart of Fairview slopes on a quiet tree-lined street. With garden exposure, a practical layout and in-suite flex space, this space feels larger than it’s 416 square feet. Perfect for first-time home buyers wanting to enter the market or investors seeking a reliable rental opportunity.


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Townhouse

Highest: Oak Street

$1,479,000

Three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse

1,743 square feet

Cost per square foot: $849

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This ultra-modern three-bedroom townhouse has been completely renovated, and features spacious rooms, high-end finishes, including quartz counters and walnut cabinetry, and rich wood flooring throughout. A full wet bar, two wine fridges and a private rooftop deck with views of the water, city, mountains and park make this townhome ideal for entertaining.

Lowest: W 8th Avenue

$649,000

Two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse

1,044 square feet

Price per square foot: $622

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This lovely two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse is just steps to Granville Island and the shops of Kits. The spacious home features double-height living and dining rooms, and a loft style second bedroom.

House

West 7 Avenue

$13,800,000

Four-bedroom, five-bathroom house

4,988 square feet

Cost per square foot: $2,766

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A rare find in Fairview Slopes is this spectacular contemporary house, on the market for an astounding $13.8 million. The only detached house currently listed, it was designed by a noted architectural firm and combines natural materials, light and views with stunning results. The open-concept design and abundant decks on every level make the most of the fabulous views surrounding the property. This near-5,000-square-foot home features custom millwork, polished concrete flooring, high ceilings, and panoramic views of the city, mountains and False Creek.


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