Continuing our series looking at the highest- and lowest-priced homes in communities throughout Vancouver, this week we shine a spotlight on the swanky Quilchena neighbourhood in the heart of the West Side. Sharing borders with similarly upscale neighbourhoods Shaughnessy, South Granville, Kerrisdale, Mackenzie Heights and Arbutus, it comes as no surprise that the starting point for a one-bedroom condo in Quilchena rings in at almost $600,000. The highest-priced condo currently on the market in this area is a Valley Drive unit listed at $2.6 million, showing quite a range. The Valley Drive property is also the home with the highest cost per square foot on our list. The top-priced property overall in Quilchena is a gorgeous three-year-old $8 million house, offering all the luxurious bells and whistles you would expect in this chic ‘hood.
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Highest: Valley Drive
Two-bedroom, three-bathroom condominium
1,609 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,417
This two-bedroom-plus-den condo has the deluxe touches you would expect for $2 million. High ceilings with mouldings throughout, high-quality stainless steel appliances and a fabulous en-suite with a generous walk-in closet are just a few of the features on offer. Building amenities are also impressive, from the concierge, to the guest suites, to the outdoor pool and hot tub.
Lowest: Valley Drive
One-bedroom, one-bathroom condominium
708 square feet
Cost per square foot: $845
This spacious one-bedroom-plus-den condo offers a bonus flex space that can be used as an office or additional bedroom. The chef’s kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, maple cabinets and a breakfast bar. The open-concept floor plan maximizes the unit’s natural light and views of popular Quilchena Park. This unit is move-in ready and the building is well maintained.
Highest: Springtree Drive
Three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse
2,293 square feet
Cost per square foot: $736
This luxury three-bedroom, three-bath townhome has large formal rooms and two wood-burning fireplaces. The lower level houses a den, flex space and large rec room, and leads out to a spacious garden patio. The home also includes two parking stalls in front.
Lowest: Parkway Drive
Four-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse
2,351 square feet
Cost per square foot: $548
This large four-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse also features two fireplaces and two parking stalls in front, as well as spacious living and family rooms, and a huge west-facing deck overlooking greenery.
Six-bedroom, seven-bathroom house
4,491 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,781
The priciest home in our round-up this week is this fantastic six-bedroom Quilchena stunner. The smart home is three years old, sits on a 53-foot lot and has outstanding mountain views. While the views are enjoyable from the main and upper levels, the lucky buyer will probably enjoy them most from the spacious rooftop deck. The house has a fabulous gourmet kitchen and four upstairs bedrooms, each with their own en-suite. The lower level hosts a rec room, home theatre, two additional bedrooms and a sauna.
Lowest: W 37th Avenue
Six-bedroom, seven-bathroom house
3,234 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,200
The lowest-priced single family home in Quilchena is listed at $3.8 million. The one-year-old home has much to offer, such as high ceilings, six bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen (complete with Miele appliances), radiant floor heating, air conditioning and a breathtaking garden. The lower level has potential for an in-law suite and the yard hosts a brand-new laneway home.