Kerrisdale, a neighbourhood known as one of the most moneyed areas in Vancouver, offers a mix of housing ranging from stunning new builds to beautiful heritage properties, and everything in between. The lowest-priced property currently on the market in this sought-after neighbourhood is a one-bedroom condo listed at $400,000, while the costliest is a gorgeous mansion on a huge lot for just under $9 million.
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Highest: W 38th Avenue
Three-bedroom, three-bathroom condominium
1,575 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,206
This newly renovated three-bedroom penthouse takes up the entire top floor of this building with elevator access right into the foyer. The home boasts panoramic views, spacious interiors and two generous balconies, as well as three parking spots. The condo is close to shopping, restaurants and Point Grey Secondary.
Lowest: Vine Street
One-bedroom, one-bathroom condominium
680 square feet
Cost per square foot: $588
The least-costly property on the market in Kerrisdale right now is this ground-floor condo on a quiet street. Immaculately maintained, the unit has a large covered deck on the quiet side of the building. The practical layout and spacious (by Vancouver one-bed-condo standards) 680-square-foot footprint allows for in-suite storage. The building was rainscreened in 1999, and has a newer roof and piping.
Highest: Larch Street
Three-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse
1,829 square feet
Cost per square foot: $928
This quiet inner unit in a townhouse complex has been upgraded and is move-in ready. The home features three levels, all of which have radiant heat (included in the strata fee), and three-bedrooms upstairs, each with their own full ensuite. The finished den on the lower level could be converted to a gym or media room. The townhome also has a private garden and two side-by-side underground parking stalls. The property is steps away from shopping, dining and the community centre, and close to UBC, Crofton House, Point Grey Secondary School and Quilchena Elementary School.
Lowest: W 41st Avenue
Two-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse
1,364 square feet
Cost per square foot: $724
The lowest-priced townhouse on the market is a spacious and quiet two-bedroom home, featuring an astounding six balconies. The suite has been well-maintained, and is ready for new ideas and updates. The complex, in addition to its outdoor pool, has been rainscreened and completely renovated.
Highest: Cedarhurst Street
Five-bedroom, four-bathroom house
4,698 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,913
Listed at almost $9 million, the most expensive home is Kerrisdale currently on the market is a spectacular mansion on a massive 100-by-197-foot lot. The five-bedroom estate home has a large gourmet kitchen with premium cabinetry and appliances and a park-like garden. The home is close to highly regarded schools, including UBC, Magee High School, Maple Grove Elementary School, Crofton House, St. George’s and York House. For someone who wants to build new house on the level property, a 12,362-square-foot home is possible.
Lowest: W 43rd Avenue
Three-bedroom, three-bathroom house
2,308 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,213
The least expensive detached home currently listed in Kerrisdale still commands a staggering $2.8 million, though the charming 1926 house has been meticulously renovated over the years. The character exterior belies a modern interior including an upstairs master suite complete with open den area and full ensuite. The main level features a formal dining room which could be converted to an additional bedroom if needed. The lower level has a separate entrance leading to a bedroom and full-bathroom. The home also has a newer hot water baseboard heating system, double glazed windows, newer roof and perimeter drain tiles, as well as wiring and plumbing updates.