Highest- and Lowest-Priced Listed Homes in… Yaletown

In the next of our series shining a spotlight on the highest- and lowest-priced listings in Vancouver neighbourhoods, we take a look at trendy Yaletown

May 20, 2016


Once the stomping grounds reserved for Vancouver’s yuppies, Yaletown has blossomed into a diverse and family-friendly neighbourhood. While it still boasts hot restaurants and cool lounges, and is bustling from day to night, the distinctly historic vibe of the area and central location make it a highly desirable place to live. Below we show you the current Yaletown listings for the highest- and lowest-priced condominiums and townhomes. We also found one detached house listed, which is also showcased. Price point aside, each of the properties is stunning in its own right.

Don’t forget to click through the links to see the full listings and photo galleries of these amazing homes.

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


Highest: Beach Crescent


Four-bedroom, four-bathroom condominium 

3,864 square feet

Price per square foot: $2,303


This enormous four-bedroom waterfront condo is larger than many houses. Combining two water-view suites, the home has been completely customized. Each bedroom boasts its own en-suite bathroom and the master-bedroom wing (yes, wing) has two full-size walk-in closets. A huge gourmet kitchen and expansive vistas to the south, west and east are the cherry on top of this spectacular home.

Lowest: Homer Street


Studio, one-bathroom condominium

440 square feet

Price per square foot: $852


This sweet studio features a solarium, fireplace and practical open-concept floor plan. One parking stall and one storage locker are included. Fabulous amenities abound in this popular building, including a guest suite, pool, sauna, hot tub and gym.

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Highest: Beach Crescent


Two-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse

2,031 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,723


This gorgeous two-level, two-bed-plus-den townhome is located on the water’s edge, giving unbeatable views over False Creek. This home has high-end finishes throughout, such as eleven-foot ceilings, crown mouldings, cherry-panelled kitchen and a private 200-square-foot, west-facing patio. The building hosts five-star amenities, including a 24-hour concierge.

Lowest: Marinaside Crescent


Two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse 

1,482 square feet

Price per square foot: $843


This unique live-work townhome has two spacious bedrooms, walk-in closet and overheight ceilings. The lower level can either be used to expand the residential home or as a commercial space – it comes complete with its own independent street address. A south-facing gated patio opens onto lush gardens and a terraced lagoon, while the building hosts a pool, sauna, steam shower and gym.

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Helmcken Street


Four-bedroom, three-bathroom house 

2,017 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,239


Who knew there were houses in Yaletown? The only single-family home currently listed in the neighbourhood is this charming 1907 character house set on a 25- by 50-foot lot. Separated into two suites, the upper unit has two floors that can either be configured as three bedrooms or two bedrooms and a den, while the lower floor is a self-contained one-bedroom suite. The main floor boasts original hardwood floors, stained glass and crown mouldings. Upstairs are vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom and a sundeck off the second bedroom. The designated heritage house also has a small and lovely yard, and two underground parking stalls are included.

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